Covid-19 Information

As California is reopening, TAM staff will be working in the office and remotely although the office will remain closed to the public until further notice. Please continue to contact staff via phone or email.

Thank you for your patience as we work together to reopen and protect the health and safety of our community.

Please visit Marin Recovers and Beyond the Blueprint for more information about easing of restrictions for businesses and the community.

 

 

News

Measure B Vehicle Registration Fee Expenditure Plan - 10 Year Review

The 10-year review process is underway for Measure B, the $10 Vehicle Registration Fee (VRF) passed by Marin County voters in 2010. The review process started in May 2022 at the TAM Citizens’ Oversight Committee meeting. On December 15, the TAM Board heard proposed changes to the Expenditure Plan and opened a 45-day review and comment period. At the January 26 Board meeting, a public hearing will be held and the the final amendments will be considered for approval.

The TAM Traveler - Read the December 2022 Newsletter!

Measure B Vehicle Registration Fee Expenditure Plan Updates, SR 37 Corridor Update Meetings, Free Bike Helmet Giveaway, Interchange and Approaching Roadways Studies and Implementation Plan, Fall Street Smarts Campaign See Grassroots Support for Safety Messages, Partner Updates and more!

Detailed Reports Now Available for 12 US-101 Interchanges

TAM has released studies on twelve Highway 101 interchanges identifying existing conditions, opportunities and constraints. Detailed reports are now available that identify ways to improve the operation and safety of these interchanges for all users, allowing smoother travel to, from, and across Highway 101 and local roads.

TAM Annual Report

Learn about TAM’s projects, programs, planning activities and funding in the TAM/Citizens’ Oversight Committee (COC) 2021 Annual Report. The Annual Report provides an overview of TAM’s progress to deliver transportation improvements in Marin County.

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