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CMFC Multi-Use Pathway

 

Central Marin Ferry Connection Multi-Use Pathway

The Central Marin Ferry Connection (CMFC) Multi-Use Pathway (MUP) project “closes the gap” by connecting the Cal Park Tunnel Pathway and a future SMART train station from the north to the Larkspur Ferry Terminal and a network of MUP’s to the south of East Sir Francis Drake (ESFD) Boulevard in the City of Larkspur. The Transportation Authority of Marin (TAM) retained Biggs Cardosa to lead a well-rounded team of consultants in order to provide preliminary and final engineering services that include: evaluation of 15 alternative “landmark” bridge types; various alignment alternatives; public forum presentations; mitigating numerous issues involving environmental limitations within a Bay salt marsh area; physical constraints within SMART right-of-way; obtaining environmental permits from several agencies; design of structures that include a pedestrian bridge, elevated ramp structure, MSE walls, wood boardwalk, a new MUP, and various sidewalk improvements within both City right-of-way and privately owned parcels. This project was awarded the 2017 ACEC California Honor Award in the Structural Systems category.

 

LOCATION
Larkspur, CA