The Transportation Authority of Marin’s (TAM) Board of Commissioners unanimously approved up to $550,000 for a study that will focus on sea-level rise impacts on Marin’s transportation network. “The study that the TAM Board of Commissioners just approved will seek to advance adaptation planning; identify potential solutions to the threats sea level rise poses to Marin’s critical transportation assets; and guide future implementation of transportation infrastructure,” says Anne Richman, TAM executive director. The study is estimated to be completed by late 2024.
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