Safe Routes at Mill Valley School District
Share the Path
Coordinated with National Bike Month, Share the Path is a fun new public awareness campaign aimed at improving safety, access, and enjoyment of the Mill Valley/Sausalito Multiuse Pathway. After its pilot launch, the campaign will be extended to other multiuse paths around Marin County.
On January 29, TAM sponsored theinitial community workshop at the Mill Valley Community Center to both educate the public about the project's purpose and to accept public input regarding existing bike/ped issues in this area. Viewthe presentation made that evening.
Bike safety information provided by Mill Valley Police Department. Click here
Bike to School Day in Mill Valley
Walk to School Day in Mill Valley
Park students sign in
Mill Valley Middle School students try on their new shoelaces
Edna Maguire Walk to School Day
Park Walk to School Day
Mill Valley Establishes Policy for Safe Routes to Schools
The Mill Valley School District adopted a new policy codifying the existing Safe Routes to Schools program in Mill Valley schools at its regular meeting on Tuesday, January 3, 2012.
The policy, which is broken into board and administrative policies, will ensure that the Safe Routes to Schools activities will be recognized as district policy regardless of staff and parent turnover. This includes identifying school site volunteers and teams, participation in the Mill Valley Safe Routes to Schools Task Force, and continuing the traffic safety classes at the schools.
Board Member Raoul Wertz wrote the policy in cooperation with councilmember and SRTS Task Force chair Stephanie Moulton-Peters and staff from the Transportation Authority of Marin’s Safe Routes to Schools program.
You can view the policies by clicking these links:
Mill Valley Task Force meets Thursday April 30 at 9 am. Location TBD
Traffic Signal Upgrade Grant Received for Redwood Hwy Frontage Rd and DeSilva Island Intersection
Marin County DPW-Traffic Operasions Staff applied for a State grant to upgrade the traffic signal at the subject intersection and received a grant in the amount of $389,000. The grant for adding a northbound left turn prototected phase signal for traffic heading to the freeway and upgrading ADA related improvements such as new curb ramps in all four corners of the intersection. This project will take several years to complete and coordiante with Caltrans who owns and operates the traffic signal.