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Cape Cod Canal Study 2019MassDOT has scheduled the fourth Public Informational Meeting for the Cape Cod Canal Transportation Study as follows:

Wednesday, February 13th, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM, Admirals Hall, Massachusetts Maritime Academy Campus, Bourne.

The Study Team will present a summary of the traffic analyses, cost estimates, and the draft study recommendations for a variety of multimodal improvements in the Cape Cod Canal study area, including improvements to vehicular, bicycle, and pedestrian facilities.

The study entails developing and analyzing a range of transportation alternatives in Bourne and Sandwich. These include highway, interchange, and non-highway improvements, as well as options and design elements that improve access and safety for all modes

This is the final meeting in a series of public meetings for the Cape Cod Canal Transportation Study.

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