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Tiburon OKs $360,000 contract for traffic study

Updated: May 23

Tiburon will spend up to $360,000 for its planned traffic study of three major town arteries, with the goal of having results to analyze by next summer.


The Town Council voted 3-0 at its May 15 meeting to award the contract for the study to construction engineering consultant Parametrix, which has a local office in Sausalito, over two other bidders. The project manager will be David Parisi, a longtime civil and traffic engineer with experience in Tiburon Peninsula transportation matters.


The traffic study will focus on three major town roads: Tiburon Boulevard from Blackfield Drive to Beach Road; Trestle Glen Boulevard between Tiburon Boulevard and Paradise Drive; and Paradise Drive between Main Street and Trestle Glen Boulevard. It will also examine traffic patterns at Reed Union School District schools and St. Hilary Catholic School during peak pick-up and drop-off times.

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