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Point San Pablo Peninsula Bay Trail

The San Francisco Bay Trail is a planned 500-mile pedestrian and bicyclist trail encircling San Francisco and San Pablo Bays for both recreational and transportation uses.

On October 17, 2015, EBRPD's Board of Directors approved award of a $740,000 contract to Nichols Consulting Engineers of Richmond for design services, CEQA, permitting, and construction support for 2.5 miles of the San Francisco Bay Trail on the San Pablo Peninsula between the Stenmark Dive exit from I-580 and the northern terminus of the City of Richmondís Point Molate property. This includes 1.1 miles of shoreline trail on an easement donated by Chevron plus 1.4 miles on the Cityís Point Molate property. It is anticipated that the project will be constructed in 2017, in parallel with construction of the Richmond San Rafael Bridge Public Access Project, which includes more than a mile of Bay Trail between Castro St. and Stenmark Drive; however, funds remain to be located for the expected $5 million construction cost.

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Sincere DesignContent of this website is provided primarily by Bruce Beyaert, who served on the City of Richmond's Point Molate Blue Ribbon Advisory Committee, the Navyís Restoration Advisory Board and now is a member of the Point Molate Community Advisory Committee.
Photographs on this website are courtesy of Jeffrey Robinson, Don Gosney, Ellen Gailing and Mike Bukay
Web design and maintenance is provided by David Moore of Sincere Design.
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