Gate 6 Intersection Work To Begin

After several delays, on Monday, January 18 February 8, Ghilotti Construction is expected to close the Bridgeway/Gate 6 pedestrian corners and the right lane of the northbound onramp to begin improvements for the Gate 6 intersection project. Posted detour signs will direct cyclists, pedestrians and motorists around the closures. According...

Mrs. T. Carves a Path

Elizabeth Terwilliger, who passed away in 2006 at the age of 97, was a remarkable woman in many ways. A recent Marinscope profile noted that Mrs. T., as she was lovingly known, was a descendant of Kit Carson, Daniel Boone and James Fenimore Cooper, and “a modern-day trailblazer in the...

Multi-use Bike Path Project Kicks Off

Renovations begin this week on the Mill Valley-Sausalito Multiuse Pathway. The $565,000 makeover will commence in Mill Valley—timed to coincide with school being out for the summer, and other previously-slated public works projects. When the dust settles—in about 3 weeks—the far end of the Mill Valley–Sausalito bicycle and pedestrian path will...

Target Set to Open March 12

On Sunday, March 12, the third and southernmost Target in Marin will open less than a mile from the Floating Homes Community. It will house a pharmacy and Starbucks as well as a produce section. The development has many new attractive improvements. New sidewalks—with easy access for strollers, bicyclists, and...

Gate 6 Intersection Update

BRIDGEWAY AND NB 101 ON-RAMP INTERSECTION IMPROVEMENTS A number of floating homes residents attended the Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Committee (PBAC) monthly meeting on Nov. 21. The Gate 6 Intersection Improvement project is moving forward, and the good news includes: a signal and green lane for the bicyclists heading south...

Breaking News at Gateway

For those who feared Starbucks’ imminent departure from the nearby Gateway Shopping Center, it looks like quite the opposite might occur. Starbucks is not only remaining but will have increased presence as the only drive-thru Starbucks in Marin County. Mark Prado, in a June 27th piece for the Marin Independent Journal, also...