In Contra Costa County, the Iron Horse Trail is 18.5 mile corridor from the Alameda County line to Mayette Avenue in Concord. Formerly a Southern Pacific Railroad route, the Iron Horse Corridor now features a paved multi-use trail for walking, jogging, and bicycling along with adjacent unpaved or soft trails in some areas. The trail is managed by the East Bay Regional Parks District with Contra Costa County Public Works supporting the management and development of the trail in Contra Costa County.
The Iron Horse Trail Active Transportation Corridor Study is investigating the potential for the corridor to support increased mobility using active transportation – walking, bicycling, and similar modes of travel. The study will set out a vision for the future of the Iron Horse Trail, consider the trail itself, crossings with streets and highways, and access to the trail. The objective is to help maximize the safety of trail users, while expanding the number of trips that the trail can support through active transportation.
Thank you for your interest in the Iron Horse Trail Active Transportation Study. Your input will help us identify needs. Coming soon, we’ll have an online map available for you to help identify challenges using and accessing the trail.
Come meet with the project team to discuss biking and walking on the Iron Horse Trail today and help us identify needs and barriers that we can address through this plan.
Iron Horse Trail Bike Ride – Dec 2, 2018 – thanks for joining us for some fieldwork along the corridor
As the Iron Horse Trail Active Transportation Corridor Study progresses, ongoing project deliverables will be posted here.
The Iron Horse Trail Active Transportation Corridor Study will be conducted over an 18 month timeframe. The approximate schedule of the work is below. Community engagement activities will be scheduled throughout the process.
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