Iron Horse Trail Connectivity Feasibility Study

About the Project


The City of Dublin, in partnership with the Alameda County Transportation Commission (ACTC), has embarked upon the Iron Horse Trail Connectivity Feasibility Study.   The goal of the study is to identify improvements along the segment of the Iron Horse Trail, from Dougherty Road to the Dublin/Pleasanton BART Station, that will better connect the Trail to BART, other trails & bikeways, and homes & businesses along the trail.  Focus areas include the Dougherty Road/Scarlett Drive crossing and Dublin Boulevard/Scarlett Drive crossing. The City is committed to increasing Trail use by pedestrians and cyclists of all levels, increasing Trail safety, reducing delays at Trail crossings, and reducing parking demand at the BART station.

The Iron Horse Trail Connectivity Feasibility Study is dependent on input from both Trail users and the wider community. Ongoing outreach includes stakeholder interviews, interactive community workshops, and internet-based surveys.

The final public draft of the Iron Horse Trail Study is available for review.

The study is anticipated to be brought to the City Council for formal approval in March of 2017