The Olympic Corridor Trail Connector Study Report was adopted by the Board of Supervisors on October 18, 2016.
Olympic Corridor Trail Connector Study (PDF) 

Project Description
The Olympic Corridor Trail Connector Study (OCTCS) is a planning effort that will identify feasible alignments and a preferred alternative for a pedestrian/bicycle facility connecting two well-used, paved, multi-use regional trails in Contra Costa County, the Lafayette-Moraga Trail and the Iron Horse Trail.

If connected, these facilities (in addition to the Contra Costa Canal Trail two miles to the north of downtown Walnut Creek) would complete a trail network that joins most of Lamorinda, San Ramon Valley, and Central Contra Costa. The ultimate goal of the proposal is to provide a superior connection for bicyclists and pedestrians offering the highest level of safety, convenience and comfort.

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