The SMART Pathway
The Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART) District along with partner agencies have constructed 25 miles of Class 1 SMART Pathway within and along the railroad right-of-way, with another 14 miles fully funded for construction. The SMART pathway provides first and last-mile connections to train stations and offers a safe way to travel along the rail corridor, particularly in areas where the SMART Pathway is the shortest path of travel between communities. The SMART train and pathway system enable cyclists to make longer journeys by extending their ability to use a bicycle as a preferred mode of travel.
SMART has created new maps with improved legibility and updated information on the status of the SMART Pathway. Maps are available in two formats: printable maps and an online interactive map.
Interactive Pathway Map
Printable Pathway Maps
The SMART Pathway maps are formatted to be printed as large as 11” x 17” (Ledger size).