funds from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) to develop
a transportation plan in Marin City. The transportation plan will be a
collaborative effort involving residents and community-based
organizations (CBOs) providing services within minority and low-income
neighborhoods, local transit operators, TAM, and MTC. The Marin City
CBTP will include a list of important improvements needed to make it
easier to get around the Marin City and to other parts of Marin. Completion of the plan is expected in December 2008.
Community Open House October 23, 2008
Please join us at the Marguerita C. Johnson Senior Center, 640 Drake Ave., Marin City as transportation solutions are unveiled. Come learn about the draft transportation projects to address Marin City transportation issues identified by community members and vote on the projects that work best for you.
Marin City CBTP Stakeholder Committee
Efforts on the Marin City CBTP began in early 2007 with the appointment of a Stakeholder Committee
to guide the planning effort. Stakeholder Committee members will work
with their neighbors and other interested people to learn about
transportation issues, identify and evaluate possible solutions, and
recommend a list of improvements that will make it safer and more
comfortable for people to walk, bike and use a bus in Marin City. The
Stakeholder Committee will meet approximately five times over the
course of a year.
Marin City Technical Advisory Committee
The Technical Advisory
Committee (TAC) will consist of staff representatives from MTC, TAM,
City of Sausalito, County of Marin, County Board of Supervisors, Marin
County Transit District, Golden Gate Transit, Marin County Health and
Human Services, safety personnel, and will:
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