For Immediate ReleaseSeptember 30, 2019
Crews to replace boards on Mill Valley/Sausalito Multiuse Path starting October 7
San Rafael, CA – Several bridges along the Mill Valley/Sausalito Multiuse Pathway in southern Marin County are being renovated starting in October, including two originally constructed more than a century ago. The project will result in short delays for pathway travelers for a week or slightly more time.
Marin County Parks, which maintains the popular pathway along Richardson Bay, contracted with Maggiora & Ghilotti Construction Company to handle the safety-related work. The $40,000 project is funded by Parks’ Measure A, a quarter-cent countywide sales tax.
Crews plan to employ traffic control measures so workers can replace old wooden boards. All boards will be cut to length offsite to speed up the project. Construction is to be performed weekdays, and crews will wait until the bulk of morning travelers – including bike commuters, horseback riders, and children heading to local schools – have passed through the area. “People Working” signage will be posted in the area during construction hours, and nearby stakeholders are receiving notification from Parks personnel.
“We’re going to do our best to minimize disruption for people using the pathway and emphasize safety,” said Marin County Parks Superintendent Brian Sanford. “We are limited on our window of time because of king tides expected later in the fall, so we’re eager to move forward.”
The railings on both bridges were repaired in late 2015, and bridge approaches were done in early 2017.
Brian SanfordSuperintendentMarin County Parks
Marin Civic CenterSuite 260San Rafael, CA 94903(415) 473-7473Email: Brian Sanfordwww.marincountyparks.org