The TAM Traveler - Read the Oct./Nov. Newsletter!

Read the newest edition of the TAM Traveler! Read about the Crossing Guard of the Year, $6.6m for safe pathways and bike/ped improvements, the Grand Opening of the RSR Bridge bike/ped path, the Marin-Sonoma Narrows, the new Congestion Management Plan, the Marin Commutes campaign, MTC’s interactive planning game Mayor of Bayville and new means-based fares on Golden Gate Transit.

Highway 37 Climate Change Adaptation Study Meeting - Nov. 21

The County of Marin is studying options to protect Highway 37 (from US 101 to the Petaluma River) from inundation resulting from Storm Flooding and Sea Level Rise. The community is invited to attend a meeting on 11/21 and learn more about the issue, potential solutions and efforts to protect environmental resources and mobility along this sensitive corridor. Click for details.

TAM Welcomes New Executive Director - Anne Richman

The Transportation Authority of Marin is pleased to welcome Anne Richman as the agency’s new Executive Director. On September 26, the TAM Board of Commissioners voted unanimously to appoint Anne to lead TAM. Anne, a Marin County resident, brings nearly 20 years of local transportation experience, with over 12 years a the Metropolitan Transportation Commission and 7 years with the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency.

Local Funding Jump Starts NB101-EB580 Direct Connector

The TAM Board approved funding to initiate the project to build a direct freeway connection between northbound US-101 and eastbound I-580 to access the Richmond-San Rafael (RSR) Bridge and widen I-580 eastbound to three lanes between the new connector and the RSR Bridge.

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