Interactive Town Hall meeting on Sept. 26 in Novato will include state, regional and local transportation experts
Sacramento, CA – Highway 37 is one of the most critical commute corridors in the Bay Area. Flooding of the corridor has become an all too common occurrence and wreaks havoc throughout the region when the highway goes under water. Senator McGuire and Supervisor Arnold have been working collaboratively with transportation officials to advance both short-term and long-term fixes to Highway 37.
The two local leaders will be hosting a Highway 37 Town Hall on Thursday, Sept. 26 at 6:30 pm with transportation officials from across the Bay Area, who will discuss the short-term and long-term fixes that are coming to the corridor.
Speakers will provide an overview of the challenges that exist between Highway 101 and Lakeville, along with the critical improvement projects that are in the works now, and in the coming months. They’ll also provide an overview of the entire 21 miles of Highway 37 and how all agencies are working together to get the job done.
Here are the speakers joining Senator McGuire and Supervisor Arnold at Thursday’s Town Hall:
- Novato Mayor Eric Lucan
- California Transportation Commission Deputy Director Mitch Weiss
- Caltrans District 4 Director Tony Tavares
- Transportation Authority of Marin Principal Project Delivery Manager Nick Nguyen
- Metropolitan Transportation Commission Deputy Executive Director for Operations Andrew Fremier
- Sonoma County Transportation Authority Director of Projects & Programming James Cameron
Town Hall details:
WHAT: Highway 37 Town Hall Meeting
WHEN: Thursday, September 26 at 6:30 p.m.
WHERE: Hill Education Center, 720 Diablo Ave, Novato, CA 94947
HOSTS: Supervisor Judy Arnold and Senator Mike McGuire
SAVE ROOM: Plenty of coffee and goodies will be provided