Lagunitas Creek Bridge Project

Overview

Photo of the Lagunitas Bridge in its current condition Projected result of Lagunitas Bridge project

The purpose of this project is to provide a safe, seismically stable crossing of Lagunitas Creek on SR 1, since the existing bridge does not meet current safety and seismic design standards. Caltrans has analyzed the potential effects this project may have on the environment and has selected Alternative 3a, Three-span, Concrete Bridge, Accelerated Bridge Construction, Longitudinal Move-in as the Preferred Alternative. As of July 3, 2018, the Final EIR/EA, which includes responses to public comments, is available for your review and copying at the Caltrans District 4 Office, 111 Grand Ave, Oakland, California, on weekdays from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM; and electronically via the Lagunitas Creek Final EIR/EA/FONSI App A-O (Except N) and Lagunitas Creek Final EIR/EA Appendix N links below.

Cutaway image of bridge in current state Cutaway of bridge after project. 8 feet wider and including bridge railing.

Please be advised that the Community Outreach Meeting for the State Route 1 Lagunitas Creek Bridge Project, originally scheduled for September 6, 2018 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at the Dance Palace Community and Cultural Center (503 B St, Point Reyes Station, CA 94956), has been postponed until further notice.

Final and Draft Environmental/Project Documents

Newsletters and Postcards

Technical Studies and Background Information

Stakeholder Working Group Meetings

Public Meeting – June 15, 2017 (Dance Palace Community and Cultural Center)

Public Meeting – May 10, 2017 (Marconi State Park)

Informational Meeting – October 14, 2015 (Dance Palace Community and Cultural Center)

Public Scoping Meeting – March 19, 2015 (West Marin Elementary)