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Travel Data Changes during COVID_19

The COVID-19 pandemic and shelter-in-place order have resulted in an unprecedented reduction of travel. TAM has collected transportation data to assess the reduction in movement in the County and monitor mobility changes on our transportation systems.

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TAM Traveler - Oct/Nov 2020

Learn about the Alternative Fuels program and new EV chargers, Part-Time Transit Lane (Bus on Shoulder) study, Third Street Corridor projects in San Rafael, Sir Francis Drake Rehabilitation project, the North-South Greenway project, free Marin Transit rides to the polls, and new online resources for schools reopening in Marin County.

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TAM Traveler - Aug/Sept 2020

Topics in this edition include the installation of a new safety barrier on the SFD Flyover, Bike to Wherever Days, Electrify your Ride event, Larkspur Safe Pathways projects, SMART Listening Forums, the California Transportation Plan, a Telework Webinar and updates on safety plans and modifications by Transit Agencies in the time of COVID-19.

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TAM Traveler - July/Aug 2020

Read the newest edition of the TAM Traveler! QuickBuild Projects, Marin Transit Status, Travel Data during the Pandemic, Connect2Transit, SR2S Evaluation Report, 101 Interchange Studies, Marin 101-580 Project, Construction Progress, SFD History and Listening, SCTA Ballot Measure, Plan Bay Area, Drawdown Marin, SR 37, Clipper START program, and CARES Act Funding for Transit.

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We Still Have Reasons to Celebrate. 2020 is a Milestone Year for Earth Day, SR2S, and TAM!

Even during this somber time of COVID-19, we can find comfort in our community coming together to support each other, and we can celebrate key milestones of positive events, ideas and programs. TAM created a video and animation to highlight milestones for Earthday, Safe Routes to Schools and TAM.

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TAM Expands Lyft Incentive to all SMART Stations in Marin

January 2020 – Lyft expands TAM’s $5 shared ride program incentive to include the new Larkspur and Downtown Novato SMART stations!

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Gotcha Mobility Recommended for Bike Share Pilot Program

A bike share pilot program in Marin and Sonoma is taking shape and the firm Gotcha Mobility (Gotcha) will be recommended as the operator of the program. The Sonoma County Transportation Authority and Transportation Authority of Marin received a grant from the Metropolitan Transportation Commission to make bike share available along the SMART corridor and are now ready to award a contract.

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Oversight and Audits Ensure Transparency and Verify Proper use of Public Funds

1/31/19: The Transportation Authority of Marin’s Citizens’ Oversight Committee (COC) released their 14th Annual Report highlighting TAM projects and programs and documenting that public funds are being spent in accordance with the directives from Marin County voters.


Marin-Sonoma Narrows - New San Antonio Creek Bridge Opening to Motorists

1/24/18: Southbound traffic on Highway 101 will soon be able to use the new San Antonio Creek Bridge as progress continues on the Marin-Sonoma Narrows project.


Improvements to Sir Francis Drake Boulevard Between Ross and Highway 101 Planned

1/24/18: Improvements are being planned on Sir Francis Drake Boulevard between the Town of Ross and Highway 101 to help improve safety and ease congestion.

Improvements to Sir Francis Drake Boulevard Between Ross and Highway 101 Planned

1/24/18: Improvements are being planned on Sir Francis Drake Boulevard between the Town of Ross and Highway 101 to help improve safety and ease congestion.

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Regional Measure 3 - A New Way to Fund Important Marin County Projects

1/24/18: Regional Measure 3 (or RM 3) is a new way to fund significant transportation projects in the nine-county Bay Area, including important projects in Marin County.


3rd Lane on Richmond-San Rafael Bridge Expected to Open in April

1/24/18: Construction of the new 3rd lane on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge nears completion as testing of the new lane configurations begins.

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East Sir Francis Drake Improvements - Helping You Get to the Future 3rd Lane

1/24/18: Construction nears completion on East Sir Francis Drake Boulevard approaching the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge in preparation of the 3rd lane opening eastbound on the span.


Expenditure Plan Advisory Committee Presents Plan to Maintain Local Funding Sources for Marin-Specific Projects and Programs

12/12/17: TAM’s Expenditure Plan Advisory Committee provides recommendations for maintaining funding for local projects and programs.

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Transportation Sales Tax Dollars at Work with Miller Avenue Major Roadway Improvements!

In November, 2017 the City of Mill Valley completed work on this $18M streetscape project, paid for in part with Measure A funding.

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TAM-SCTA Awarded $826,000 Grant to Initiate Bikeshare!

Approximately 200 “dockless” bikes to be deployed around Marin and Sonoma County SMART stations in 2018-2019.

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Sir Francis Drake Boulevard Rehabilitation Project (Highway 101 to Ross Town Limit)

For details, read more published in the Marin Independent Journal on October 16, 2017.

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Highway 37 Improvement Plan - Open Houses

Attend one of four informational Open Houses through October 2, 2017 to understand planned access and safety improvements along Highway 37.

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Crossing Guard of the Year - Thomas Holmes!

TAM Celebrates Crossing Guard of the Year from Reed Elementary School – Thomas Holmes

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Draft Strategic Vision Plan - Review Period until 9/22

TAM is pleased to release a draft of the Strategic Vision Plan for your review!

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Coming Soon! $5-discount on Lyft to/from SMART Stations

TAM Partners with Lyft on “GETSMART17” a $5-discount for Lyft Line to/from SMART Stations in Marin.

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Regional Measure 3

Regional Measure 3: Bay Area Toll Increase to be considered by CA State legislature and Bay Area voters.

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Bicycle Fixit Stations

TAM installs Bicycle Fixit Stations – Ribbon Cutting Ceremony, Wednesday, May 10 at 3:00 p.m. Pickleweed Park.

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Tam Junction Bike/Ped Improvements Project Begins!

The Tam Junction Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvement project will begin constructing bike lanes.

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Public Agencies get a Boost from TAM to Support Electric Vehicles

TAM’s program continues to provide rebates for public agencies to install electric charging stations and convert to clean fuel fleet vehicle.

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Marin Transit Electric Buses

TAM has committed $75,000 to support purchase of electric buses and associated infrastructure in Marin County to further efforts to reduce emissions, fuel consumption and support and promote a clean climate future.

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Smart Station EV Infrastructure Support

SMART Station EV Infrastructure Support: TAM has committed $35,000 for the design and installation of EV charging stations at the two Novato SMART Stations.

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TAM Updated Schedule of Meetings

TAM is pleased to provide an updated meeting calendar of our Board and Executive Committee meetings through 2016.

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TAM Directs $82,000 to Help Buy Open Space in Sausalito

TAM Directs $82,000 to Help Buy Open Space in Sausalito. As part of environmental mitigation, TAM has contributed $82,000 and enable the purchase and preservation of land in the Sausalito hills.

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MTC Holds Open Houses Dec 8 & 9 on Richmond-San Rafael Corridor Projects

SAN FRANCISCO, November 29, 2016 . . . The Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC), Caltrans, the Transportation Authority of Marin (TAM) and the Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA) invite the public to a pair of open houses in Richmond on Thursday, Dec. 8, 2016.

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State Route (SR) 37 Policy Committee Update

The SR 37 Policy Committee is a multi-county committee with policy makers participating from Marin, Napa, Sonoma and Solano counties. The SR 37 Policy Committee was formed to discuss joint county efforts in improving the SR 37 Corridor.

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