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Route 6 Sign 2016MassDOT has scheduled a public meeting for the Route 6 Sign Replacement Project as follows:

Monday, July 18, 6pm, Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority, 215 Ivannough Road, Hyannis

At the community meeting, MassDOT will discuss a project that will replace all existing guide and traffic signs along US Route 6 (Mid-Cape Highway) between Route 130 (Exit 2 in Sandwich) and Routes 6A and 28 (Orleans Rotary) in Orleans.  The project will include applicable signing on secondary roadways where they intersect US Route 6.

All signs will be replaced with new retro-reflective sheeting to improve day and nighttime visibility, and will remain in their current location.

If you have additional questions, please contact  Jim Kersten, 857-368-9041 or james.a.kersten@state.ma.us

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