US 101 Part-Time Transit Lanes Feasibility Study - Take the Survey Today!

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Check out the Video that summarized the Part-Time Transit Lane Study.

The US 101 Part-Time Transit Lane Feasibility Study will assess the feasibility of part-time transit lanes on the US 101 corridor in central and northern Marin County. Converting highway shoulder lanes to part-time transit lanes to bypass congestion improves transit reliability, making transit a more attractive travel choice for commuters. Prior to COVID-related service changes, there were over 350 daily bus trips and several thousand daily riders on this stretch of US 101.

The Transportation Authority of Marin is undertaking a preliminary study to determine the suitability, benefits, costs, and other considerations to implement part-time transit lane operations along the US 101 corridor from Atherton Avenue/San Marin Drive in Novato to Mission Avenue in San Rafael. This span of highway is approximately 11 miles and features 12 interchanges and local connecting roads, most of which have bus stops.

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