Monterey Bay Sanctuary Scenic Trail (MBSST) Network Draft Master Plan
What is the MBSST Draft Master Plan?
The purpose of the Draft Master Plan is to establish the continuous alignment and set of design standards for the Monterey Bay Sanctuary Scenic Trail Network, including the Coastal Rail Trail spine, and associated spur trails. Planning for the Trail Network is done within the context of existing physical constraints of the railroad, potential rail service, coastal access requirements, highway, and public street rights-of-way. The Draft Master Plan identifies planning issues associated with the trail’s construction and presents possible solutions for its design, implementation, long term operation and maintenance.
Comment period closed on Draft Master Plan
The MBSST Draft Master Plan was released for public review and comment on October 25, 2012.
Draft Master Plan (Full Document, 72.3MB)
Draft Master Plan (by Section)
- Cover Page, Introduction from Congressman Sam Farr, Acknowledgments, Table of Contents (1MB)
- Section 1: Introduction (1MB)
- Section 2: Goals, Objectives, and Policies (1MB)
- Section 3: Master Plan Setting (3MB)
- Section 4: Trail Alignment (42MB)
- Section 5: Trail Design Standards (6MB)
- Section 6: Project Prioritization and Costs (1MB)
- Section 7: Operation and Maintenance (1MB)
- Appendix A: Opportunity and Constraint Maps (58MB)
- Appendix B: Existing Jurisdictional Goals (1MB)
- Appendix C: Relationship to Existing Documents Summary (3MB)
- Appendix D: Trail Segment Costs (2MB)
- Appendix E: Trail Crossings (1MB)
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