Marin County (Calif.)
Construction of the multi-use path over Corte Madera Creek in Larkspur continues to make good progress, according to the Transportation Authority of Marin.
Construction of a multi-use path over Corte Madera Creek in Larkspur continues to make good progress, according to the Transportation Authority of Marin.
The Marin 101-580 connector project is in the planning phase and the number of alternatives for the undertaking is narrowing.
The Marin Commutes fall campaign runs through Nov. 21 and encourages people who live or work in Marin County to make more green trips to work and for errands.
Marin has produced a report to identify the potential role e-bikes can play as part of the transportation system in the county, and the results are promising.
Outreach continues as the Transportation Authority of Marin (TAM)starts the planning and environmental phase of a proposed project to construct a direct highway connection from northbound US-101 to eastbound I-580 in Marin County, according to the agency.
Marin County residents will be able to voice their views from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday on the newly released Plan Bay Area 2050 Draft Blueprint, a 30-year regional vision that seeks to create a more affordable, connected, diverse, healthy and vibrant Bay Area.
Though this week’s atmospheric river-fueled storm may delay its opening by a few days, the new alignment on southbound 101 at the Marin-Sonoma Narrows will soon bring major traffic flow improvements and future flood relief to this bottleneck area. Check out a new video from MTC’s Mark Jones to see the project in action and hear experts from Caltrans and the Transportation Authority of Marin talk about the higher, dryer, wider highway.