Plans for the Olympic Corridor Trail Connector include a two-way cycle track protected from traffic, and take advantage of several existing off-street trail segments.
We are encouraged to report that initial plans for the Olympic Corridor Trail Connector between between Lafayette-Moraga Trail and Iron Horse Trail includes a two-way cycle track protected from traffic, and takes advantage of several existing off-street trail segments. There is still much work to do to build public support for this project, and to improve designs at intersections, but it’s progress.
What you can do:
- Come to a September 16, 2014 community workshop to see the latest designs. Tuesday, September 16, 2014, 6:30-8:30pm, Parkmead Elementary Multi-Purpose Room 1920 Magnolia Way
- Become an outreach volunteer for the Olympic Corridor Pathway Campaign by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Join Bike Walnut Creek, Bike Lafayette and become a member of the East Bay Bicycle Coalition
- Please take a quick online survey to provide your good ideas for building a bike-ped connection between Lafayette and Walnut Creek.
- Know a good contact at Kaiser Walnut Creek, Whole Foods, Safeway, Las Lomas High School and other key stakeholders? Let us know email@example.com.