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ArsenalSt_BannerWebMassDOT has scheduled a Public Information Meeting on the Arsenal Street Corridor Study as follows:

Wednesday, February 24, 2016, 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM, Watertown Middle School, Auditorium, 68 Waverly Avenue

The study of the Arsenal Street Corridor in Watertown will develop and analyze alternatives that are intended to improve transportation conditions on Arsenal Street between Watertown Square and Birmingham Parkway. The study will focus on bus service along Arsenal Street and locations where the bus service ties into other crossing bus routes. The study will also propose improvements to vehicular, bicycle, and pedestrian uses of the corridor.

At this public information meeting, the project team will introduce the study, review the study purpose, and provide an overview of coordination with the study’s Working Group and tasks completed to date. The public is encouraged to attend this meeting to learn more about the Arsenal Street Corridor Study, meet with the project team, and provide feedback.

For questions and comments related to the study, please contact Michael Clark at: michael.clark@state.ma.us, (857) 368-9800.

For more information, please visit the Arsenal Street Corridor Study website.

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