Transportation Authority of Marin

Now partially open, pedestrians, bicyclists use Marin's North-South Greenway
Transportation
Mark Prado April 8, 2022
Marin North-South bikeway project

Construction of the multi-use path over Corte Madera Creek in Larkspur continues to make good progress, according to the Transportation Authority of Marin.

Marin's North-South Greenway construction progresses
Transportation
Mark Prado February 17, 2022
Marin North-South bikeway project

Construction of a multi-use path over Corte Madera Creek in Larkspur continues to make good progress, according to the Transportation Authority of Marin.

Planning for key freeway connector in Marin continues
Transportation
Mark Prado December 21, 2021
Highway 101, Marin County

The Marin 101-580 connector project is in the planning phase and the number of alternatives for the undertaking is narrowing.

Marin Commutes focuses on green trips
Transportation
Mark Prado October 21, 2021
Biking in Larkspur

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.

Report highlights Marin transportation projects
Transportation
Mark Prado August 5, 2021
Marin-Sonoma Narrows

The Transportation Authority of Marin periodically provides updates on the status and progress of the many projects that are sponsored and/or funded by TAM.

North-South Greenway over Corte Madera Creek in Marin making progress
Transportation
Mark Prado July 28, 2021
Marin North-South Bikeway work continues

Transportation Authority of Marin photo Work is continuing on the North-South Greenway Gap Closure Project that is sponsored by the Transportation Authority of Marin (TAM).

Marin seeks input on Highway 101 interchange study
Transportation
Mark Prado March 18, 2021

​The Transportation Authority of Marin (TAM) is conducting a Highway 101 interchange study and wants input via an online survey.

Report: Marin County e-bikes have bright future
Transportation
Mark Prado February 12, 2021

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.

Friday Video: Ribbon-Cutting for Third Eastbound Lane on Richmond-San Rafael Bridge
Transportation
Chirag Rabari April 27, 2018
By Chirag Rabari

The opening of a third eastbound lane on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge is a major milestone in a long-awaited project to relieve rush-hour traffic that backs up into San Rafael every night. As seen in the above video, a ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrating the opening brought out a host of dignitaries last week, including MTC’s Commissioners Damon Connelly (Marin County Supervisor), Amy Rein Worth (Mayor of Orinda), and Federal Glover (Contra Costa Supervisor). Also in attendance were former MTC Commissioner and Marin County Supervisor Steve Kinsey, Assembly Member Marc Levine, Mayor of

Third Eastbound Lane on Richmond-San Rafael Bridge Opens Today
Transportation
Khristina Wenzinger April 20, 2018
By Khristina Wenzinger
Cross Section of Richmond-San Rafael Bridge (Looking West) Showing Proposed Improvements

Caltrans today will open a long-awaited third eastbound lane on Interstate 580 to accommodate peak period traffic from San Rafael to Richmond. The opening of the lane marks a major milestone in the multi-year, $53 million project to convert the right shoulder to carry afternoon traffic from Sir Francis Drake Blvd. in San Rafael to a newly-expanded Richmond Parkway/Point Richmond exit in Richmond.