By Bay City News.
San Mateo County officials are seeking public comment on how to reduce congestion on Highway 101 and improve mobility along the US Highway 101 corridor.
The San Mateo County Transportation Authority, through the 101 Corridor Connect project, is currently gathering input on congestion management along Highway 101 in the county.
The project aims to find solutions beyond road infrastructure planning and includes studies and recommendations related to travel by foot, car, public transport, bicycle, scooter and ferry.
SMCTA officials said the first initiative for the 101 Corridor Connect project is to evaluate travel along the northern portion of the corridor, including the cities of Millbrae, San Bruno, South San Francisco, Brisbane and adjacent unincorporated areas. Feedback on this initiative will be collected through November 17 through an online survey at https://www.surveyhero.com/c/101CC-North
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