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11/14/2016 11:32:51 AM
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Watertown - Mt Auburn Corridor Study - Patten to School Segment - December 8, 6 PM, Watertown Library

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MOUNT AUBURN STREET DESIGN MEETING: PATTEN STREET TO SCHOOL STREET AREA

When: 6:00 PM on Thursday, December 8, 2016
Where: Watertown Savings Room - Watertown Public Library, 123 Main Street

The Watertown Department of Public Works will hold an informational meeting to discuss the conceptual plans for Mount Auburn Street, focusing on the section between Patten Street and School Street.

The meeting will provide an update on the project timeline, design, and funding process through the Massachusetts Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).

During the meeting, additional details about the current conceptual design between Patten Street and School Street will also be provided. Learn how:

• The proposed “road diet” will enhance bicycle and pedestrian safety, while also maintaining smooth vehicular flow on Mount Auburn Street.
• Upgrades at the Irving Street, Common Street, Walnut Street signalized intersections will accommodate new pedestrian and bicycle features.
• Better placed pedestrian crossings near the Hosmer School can improve pedestrian visibility and safety.
• Plans for preserving parking spaces and providing better access at bus stops.

A second meeting will be scheduled for the School Street to Cambridge line area, including Coolidge Square.
For more information, contact: Matt Shuman (mshuman@watertown-ma.gov) at 617.972.6420
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MOUNT AUBURN STREET DESIGN MEETING: PATTEN STREET TO SCHOOL STREET AREA

When: 6:00 PM on Thursday, December 8, 2016
Where: Watertown Savings Room
Watertown Public Library
123 Main Street

The Watertown Department of Public Works will hold an informational meeting to discuss the conceptual plans for Mount Auburn Street, focusing on the section between Patten Street and School Street.

The meeting will provide an update on the project timeline, design, and funding process through the Massachusetts Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).

During the meeting, additional details about the current conceptual design between Patten Street and School Street will also be provided. Learn how:

• The proposed “road diet” will enhance bicycle and pedestrian safety, while also maintaining smooth vehicular flow on Mount Auburn Street.
• Upgrades at the Irving Street, Common Street, Walnut Street signalized intersections will accommodate new pedestrian and bicycle features.
• Better placed pedestrian crossings near the Hosmer School can improve pedestrian visibility and safety.
• Plans for preserving parking spaces and providing better access at bus stops.

A second meeting will be scheduled for the School Street to Cambridge line area, including Coolidge Square.
For more information, contact: Matt Shuman (mshuman@watertown-ma.gov) at 617.972.6420

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