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Posted on: April 8, 2021

[ARCHIVED] Traffic Management Action Plan - Project Update

Traffic Management Plan

Traffic Management Action Plan - Project Update: Preliminary Mitigation Measures

Your input is needed! The Town is continuing its efforts in developing its Neighborhood Traffic Management Action Plan. Two identical Virtual meetings have been scheduled for April 14, 2021 and April 22, 2022, to overview some potential traffic mitigation and calming measures in the various neighborhoods and throughout the Town to address traffic, safety, mobility, and accessibility concerns provided through the previous listening sessions and input opportunities. The meetings will be held on-line and will cover the same information and residents are encouraged to attend either meeting. Meetings will review some of the potential measures including advantages and disadvantages and discuss how you can provide your input regarding the potential measures. Additional information regarding the project is available on the project website:

Recent Project Updates:

  • 04/02/2021: Potential traffic calming measures along with their descriptions, traffic calming effects and drawbacks can be viewed in the Potential Measures section.
  • 04/02/2021: Existing conditions map (Average Daily Traffic, 85th Percentile Speed, Intersection Congestion, and Collision Data (2015-2019)) can be viewed in the Download section.

Please participate in the meetings and let us know your thoughts and concerns regarding the proposed measures. As we approach the meeting dates, additional information regarding the proposed measures, including an input survey, and interactive map will be provided on the project website to assist in gathering your input.

Traffic Management Plan Flyer_April 2021_Page_1Potential Mitigation Measures

The project team has developed a list of potential mitigation measures based on community input and existing conditions (Average Daily Traffic, 85th Percentile Speed, Intersection Congestion Level, and Collision History) To learn more visit the project website and click each image to view the description, traffic calming effects, and drawbacks.

Traffic Management Plan Flyer_April 2021_Page_2

Please RSVP to either of the virtual meetings on April 14, 2021 and April 22, 2022, and subscribe to receive project updates through the project website:

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