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Date:
May 1, 2018
Time:
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Location:
Tufts Health
Address:
705 Mt Auburn St.
Watertown, MA 02472
Contact:
617-972-6417
Email:

Cambridge|Watertown - Mt Auburn Bus Priority Pilot Community Meeting

Tuesday, May 1

n December 2017, Cambridge, in partnership with Watertown, was awarded a community grant from the Barr Foundation to work with the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP) to pilot bus priority improvements for routes 71 and 73 along Mt. Auburn Street, between Belmont Street and Fresh Pond Parkway and for short segments of Belmont Street in Cambridge and Mt. Auburn Street in Watertown. The demonstration project will include the first dedicated bus lanes in Cambridge and new bike lanes where possible, as well as transit signal priority. It will use temporary materials like paint and signs, which will remain in place during the evaluation, and is the first step towards implementing a long-term plan for the Mt. Auburn corridor. The pilot will take place in conjunction with planned Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) improvements to intersections at Coolidge Ave and Fresh Pond Parkway.