Over several years the Transportation Authority of Marin has engaged project stakeholders to collectively develop a series of multi-modal improvements that increase the operational efficiency and safety of the Highway 101 Greenbrae/ Twin Cities Corridor for all users, including motorist, bicyclists, pedestrians and transit riders. Funding is provided from the Regional Measure 2 Program, a $1.00 increase in bridge tolls on bay area bridges approved by voters in 2004.
In the fall of 2012 a draft project report and draft environmental document was released for public review and comment. Based on significant concerns expressed by the citizens of Marin County the TAM Board suspended work on the proposed project. After a series of administrative actions the remaining funds in the amount of $39.8M have been re-directed towards two potential projects 1) the SMART extension from San Rafael to Larkspur and 2) a pedestrian and bicycle multi-use path which is part of the County-Wide North/ South Greenway.
More to come during future web postings for the North/South Greenway
Staff Contact:Bill Whitney, P.E.Phone: (415) 226-0823Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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