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The County of Marin is in the process of rehabilitating 2.2 miles of Sir Francis Drake Boulevard between Highway 101 and the Ross town limits. The project objectives are to improve vehicle flow, transit operations, and pedestrian and bicyclist circulation and safety.
The project is funded by Measure A, the Marin County Transportation Sales Tax measure passed by voters in 2004, in partnership with the Transportation Authority of Marin (TAM). Marin County Public Works is also partnering with Marin Municipal Water District (MMWD) on this project to efficiently provide improvements to water services in the area.
For further details on the project, please visit the standalone project overview website.
- Consultant Selection
- Topographic Survey, Background Research and Report Preparation
Spring 2015/Summer 2015
- Community Workshop – Opportunities and Constraints, Brainstorming
- Analysis of Initial Studies and Community Input and Preparation of Design Concepts
- Community Workshop – Presentation and Discussion of Initial Analysis and Design Concepts
- Community Workshop – Presentation and Discussion of Design Alternatives
- Refinement of Design Alternatives
- Community Open House – Presentation, Discussion and Prioritization of Project Components
Fall 2016 - Summer 2017
- Conduct Environmental Review
- Draft EIR Review and Public Comment Period
- Finalize EIR and Project Scope
- Board action on EIR and Final Project
- Initiate Project Design
- Complete Construction Documents and Bid Package
- Construction Begins
- Completion of construction work