Marin Supervisor Damon Connolly says the number of bike trips during commute are miniscule, at a time when thousands of cars sit in daily morning gridlock trying to get onto the bridge.
"And what it's showing is that it is not being utilized, in any appreciable way, as a way to commute right now," said Connolly.
Connolly is proposing that the barrier be moved, like the one at the Golden Gate Bridge, to accommodate cars during the morning commute and then shifted back to a bike path the rest of the day.
"It's not really to pit bicyclists against single occupancy vehicles," he said, "but really look at common sense solutions."
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