Iron Horse Corridor Active Transportation Study

Draft Study Available for Public Review

The Draft Iron Horse Corridor Active Transportation Study will be available for public review (links below) until Thursday, February 13, 2020. Comments may be submitted directly to

Project Description

The scope of the Study will include the entire length (approximately 18.5 miles) of the Corridor within Contra Costa (Concord/Mayette Avenue to County Line). While the Iron Horse Regional Trail begins in Concord near Highway 4, it should be distinguished from the Iron Horse Corridor that begins in Concord at Mayette Avenue.

This Study will explore opportunities and constraints for further developing the active transportation features within the Iron Horse Corridor. Contra Costa County ("County") will be the lead agency on the Study. However, the Study will be developed collaboratively and include stakeholders such as the cities (Concord, Pleasant Hill, Danville, Walnut Creek, San Ramon), East Bay Regional Park District, Contra Costa Transportation Authority, utility companies and advocacy organizations. The Study will include an extensive public outreach component, existing conditions analysis, transportation analysis and alternatives development and analysis.

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