The Olympic Corridor Trail Connector Study Report was adopted by the Board of Supervisors on October 18, 2016.
Olympic Corridor Trail Connector Study (PDF)
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.
Project Timeline: Downloads, Project Announcement, etc
- October 18, 2016
Board of Supervisors Adopts Olympic Corridor Trail Connector Study Report. Board Order and Olympic Corridor Trail Connector Study - Preferred Alignment Report (PDF)
- Contra Costa County Department of Conservation and Development is soliciting comments from the following community groups in the unincorporated area: Parkmead Community Association, Saranap Community Association, and Saranap Homeowners Organization.
- September 16, 2014
Community Workshop #2
Parkmead Elementary School
1920 Magnolia Way, Walnut Creek, CA
Community Workshop Flyer (PDF)
Olympic Corridor Trail Connector Study Draft Preferred Alignment Report (PDF)
Workshop Presentation (PDF)
- August 7, 2014
County Transportation, Water, and Infrastructure (TWIC) Meeting
Contra Costa County Administration Building, Room 101
651 Pine Street, Martinez, CA
- July 31, 2014
Walnut Creek Transportation Committee Meeting
(Special Meeting to Discuss OCTCS) City Council Chambers of City Hall
1666 N. Main St, Walnut Creek, CA
- July 21, 2014
Lafayette Circulation Commission Meeting
Lafayette Library and Learning Center - Arts & Science Discovery Center
3491 Mt. Diablo Boulevard, Lafayette, CA
- January 2014
Final Existing Conditions Report (PDF) (9mb)
- December 5, 2013
Material from the December 5, 2013 Community Workshop
Project Map (PDF)