4/12: Help Plan the Future of Highway 37!

4/12: Help Plan the Future of Highway 37!

Caltrans, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission and transportation agencies for Marin, Napa, Solano and Sonoma counties are seeking your input on the Future of Highway 37. These agencies will be participating in an upcoming online public Town Hall meeting on April 15, 2021 hosted by Senators McGuire and Dodd.
At this meeting the agencies will discuss three coordinated planning efforts to develop solutions for improving SR 37. These planning efforts include:

  • An Ultimate Resilient Sea Level Rise Design Alternatives Assessment focused on Highway 37 within Marin and Sonoma counties between U.S. 101 and Highway 121.

  • Comprehensive Multimodal Corridor Plan to identify goals, corridor needs and challenges, and project priorities for various modes of travel to inform decision-making and future funding.

  • A corridor-wide effort known as the Planning and Environmental Linkages to identify and narrow the range of alternatives to be advanced for environmental review and construction.

The public is invited to attend this Town Hall to learn more and find out how to become involved in the planning for the future of this critical transportation corridor. This Town Hall will be live streamed with your questions being answered in real-time. Please send questions or comments to StateRoute37@dot.ca.gov before and/or during the Town Hall -- Staff will be monitoring email during the Town Hall. 
Please view this flyer to learn how to become involved and make your ideas heard!

For more information, please visit: www.Resilient37.org