The Watertown Department of Public Works will host two meetings about potential changes to Mt. Auburn Street: one about the redesign of the roadway and one about a bus priority pilot project being worked on by Watertown and Cambridge.
The following information was provided by the DPW:
Join Us at a Mount Auburn Street Corridor Open House
Date: Monday, May 14, 2018
Location: Hosmer Elementary School – Cafeteria
1 Concord Road, Watertown
The Town of Watertown Department of Public Works invites you to attend an interactive Open House presenting Complete Streets improvements recommended for Mount Auburn Street. Stop by any time between 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. to review the planned Complete Streets plan for the corridor. You can also discuss your questions with members of the team and Town staff on topics including traffic, safety, bicycle and pedestrian issues, parking and loading concerns, and transit operations on Mount Auburn Street.
The updated plans will be posted on the project website and announced with a separate email prior to the Open House.
Please download a meeting flyer and help us spread the word.
Mount Auburn Street Bus Priority Pilot Community Meeting, May 1
If you are interested in transit issues on Mount Auburn Street, you may also be interested in the Watertown-Cambridge Mount Auburn Street Bus Priority Pilot. A joint community meeting will be May 1, 2018, from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at Tufts Health Plan (705 Mount Auburn Street in Watertown). Read more about the Mount Auburn Street Bus Priority Pilot.
Please visit www.MountAuburnStreet.com to learn more about the project, download documents, and sign up for project emails.
You can also send us a note at Team@MountAuburnStreet.com.
The Town of Watertown is redesigning Mount Auburn Street to improve safety and better accommodate vehicles, transit, bicycles, and pedestrians. With a “Complete Streets” approach, the project will create more space for all users.
Learn more about the design on our website, www.mountauburnstreet.com.