Larkspur and Corte Madera residents will have the chance to weigh in on plans for the Highway 101/Greenbrae corridor during a special meeting tonight in Corte Madera.
The Transportation Authority of Marin, or TAM, will give a presentation regarding the improvement project, followed by a chance for discussion.
TAM and Caltrans have proposed a $143 million project that would create elevated freeway segments and remove a pedestrian overcrossing along the Larkspur and Corte Madera stretch of Highway 101. The rationale is that the stretch of freeway and the onramps are too congested and unsafe, notions nobody contends.
What has raised some concern is whether or not the project’s environmental impacts have been explored, according to earlier Patch reports.
Crowds have voiced their opinions at public forums, through petitions, flyers, websites and Facebook pages and locals will have another chance to weigh in during Tuesday’s meeting.
The Larkspur City Council and Corte Madera Town Council meet at 7 p.m. tonight, Feb. 5, at the Corte Madera Community Center, 498 Tamalpais Drive in Corte Madera. The Corte Madera Town Council will meet immediately after, in the council chambers, 300 Tamalpais Drive in Corte Madera.