Transportation Authority looks into Marin County traffic issues at board meeting

Thursday, March 23, 2017 05:41PM
The Transportation Authority of Marin looking into a way to relieve traffic. New data revealed that more people are driving into Marin County from the East Bay than any other region.


SAN RAFAEL, Calif. - The Transportation Authority of Marin looking into a way to relieve traffic.

New data revealed that more people are driving into Marin County from the East Bay than any other region.

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36-percent of drivers come in from Alameda and Contra Costa counties combined.

28-percent of the traffic comes from the Sonoma County direction.

Surprisingly, 24-percent are coming from San Francisco.

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"I wish there were better options I wish there was public transportation wish we had a train running up and down," said Kevin Pratt, a Marin County resident.

All these options will be discussed at a board meeting Thursday night.
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