Local Roads for All ModesLocal roads are the most basic unit of the transportation network because they connect our neighborhoods and business districts and provide linkages to major roads and transportation services. Local road priorities are determined by individual jurisdictions that can best evaluate local needs and their connectivity to the larger system.
The funds (approximately $43.9 M) will be distributed on an annual basis to each city, town, and Marin County based on a combination of miles of roads to be maintained and population. As with the major road program, each project will be required to consider the needs of all roadway users. Where feasible, locally defined bicycle and pedestrian projects will be implemented at the time a roadway is improved. Improvements could include striping and signing for bicycle lanes and bikeways, sidewalk improvements, curb ramps, and other accessibility and safety improvements. Local infrastructure funds can be used for any eligible local transportation need identified by the jurisdiction's public works director and approved by the respective governing board.
Annual ReportsLinked below is a list of annual reports received from public works directors for their respective agencies at the end of the last completed fiscal year. FY 2011/12
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