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  Comments and Responses to the FIES/R
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  Marin 101 HOV Lane Gap Closure Project

Lucky Drive in Corte Madera To North San Pedro Road in San Rafael

 

RECORD OF DECISION

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COMMENTS AND RESPONSES ON THE  FINAL ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT

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This Record of Decision for the Marin 101 HOV Lane Gap Closure Project approves the selection of the Southbound/Reversible HOV Lane Gap Closure Alternative as the Preferred Alternative for the Marin 101 HOV Lane Gap Closure Project. The Record of Decision also summarizes any mitigation measures that will be incorporated in the project. An attachment containing the comments and responses on the two volume Final Environmental Impact Statement/Report for this project is also included.

The Marin County Congestion Management Agency and the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) are proposing to relieve recurring congestion in the US 101 corridor in Marin County by completing the high occupancy vehicle (HOV) lane system between the Richardson Bay Bridge and Route 37. The Marin 101 HOV Lane Gap Closure Project will close the gap in the current HOV lane system between Lucky Drive in Corte Madera and North San Pedro Road in San Rafael by constructing a reversible HOV lane. 

The Comments and Responses on the Final Environmental Impact Statement/Report attachment identifies all substantive comments received on the Final EIS/R and provides appropriate responses.

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