Highway 37 Town Hall: Hosted by Senator Mike McGuire and Senator Bill Dodd

Help plan the future of SR 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 Townhall meeting hosted by Senators McGuire and Dodd. You can view the online meeting live on Thursday, April 15, 2021 from 6-7:30pm at: https://sd02.senate.ca.gov/video

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
  • A 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 Linkage to identify and narrow the range of alternatives to be advanced for environmental review and construction

The public is invited to attend this Townhall to learn more and find out how to become involved in the planning for the future of this critical transportation corridor.

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

Resilient State Route 37 Policy Committee

The complete agenda can be found by clicking here.

Presentations:
Item 4.4: Caltrans updates
Item 4.5: SR 37 Solano Fairgrounds DDI update
Item 4.6: Solano County Access Plan

PLEASE NOTE: This meeting will be conducted entirely by teleconference  pursuant to the provisions of the Governor’s Executive Orders N-29-20 and N-35-20, suspending certain requirements of the Ralph M. Brown Act. SR 37 Policy Committee Board Members will be video-conferencing into the Resilient State Route 37 Policy Committee via Zoom. Members of the public who wish to listen to the meeting may do so via Zoom:

Please click the link below to join the webinar:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84653737640?pwd=dVJEQ0hOWW5kU0kvMVRjU0RWd2xKZz09

Passcode: 882610
Webinar ID: 846 5373 7640
Call in: 1 (669) 900-9128

PUBLIC COMMENT: Public comment on specific agenda items will only be allowed during the meeting via Zoom Meeting by using the raise hand function. Verbal comments from call-in participants not using the Zoom Video platform can only be made by notifying Drew Nichols at drew.nichols@scta.ca.gov and identifying the item number, your name and phone number from which you will be calling. Please include “Public Comment” in the email subject line. The moderator will then ask for your comment.

Public comment will be limited to three (3) minutes.

Resilient SR37 Policy Committee

The Resilient SR37 Policy Committee meets on the first Thursday (except holidays) of every third month. The agenda will be available one week prior to the meeting date.

The complete agenda packet can be found here.

Presentations:
Item 4.1: Bay Area Toll Authority: Eighth Toll Bridge
Item 4.5: Caltrans – Segment A work
Item 5.1: Grand Bayway SR37 Public Access Study Update
Item 5.2: Segment A1 (Marin County) Corridor Adaption Study

Handouts:
Updates on State Route 37 Improvement (Segment A)
State Route 2020 SHOPP Candidate Projects

Resilient SR37 Policy Committee

The Resilient SR37 Policy Committee meets on the first Thursday (except holidays) of every third month. The agenda will be available one week prior to the meeting date.

The State Route 37 Policy Committee scheduled for September 5, 2019 has been cancelled.