Highway 37 has been in the news of late as transportation leaders looks to address issues surrounding the corridor. Those issues are explored here.
Highway 37 cuts through delicate wetlands but also provides a critical link between the Bay Area's northern counties.
As many as 40,000 vehicles a day use the 21-mile highway that skirts the northern shore of San Pablo Bay, delivering commuters and goods. But climate change is already affecting the highway and flooding on the roadway caused its closure for 28 days in 2017.
Traffic backups also continue to vex the corridor. A team approach has been developed to address the concerns. For more information visit https://scta.ca.gov/resilient37/.
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