Bicycle & Pedestrian Master Plan Update


In 2004 the City of Larkspur completed a Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan to identify its existing network of bicycle facilities and multi-use paths. Now, ten years later the city is updating the Master Plan once again.

Becoming a bicycle and pedestrian friendly community requires several elements. Safety is the number one concern of citizens, whether they are school children, avid or casual recreational bicyclists, bicycle commuters, pedestrians, or motorists. In many locations around the city, bicyclists, motorists, and pedestrians must share narrow, high-traffic roadways.


Share the Path     Share the Path
      - Be courteous.
      - Know the rules.
      - Be responsible.

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Project Update
On July 1, 2015 staff provided council an update on the Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan Project. The current DRAFT of the Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan can be viewed here:  DRAFT Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan Update
The public comment period for this draft is now closed.

What's in the Works!

Request Tracker - Report any you may have concerning our pathways

Bicycle & Pedestrian Concerns

News & Updates
Current Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan (Last updated 2006)
Map - Bikeways (11x17)
Map - Bikeways (42x42)