Town and State Officials Hold Kickoff Event for Experimental Bus Lanes on Mt. Auburn Street Mt. Auburn St – Watertown officials were joined by representatives from MassDOT, the MBTA, city of Cambridge, and many others to officially kickoff the Mt. Auburn Street Bus Priority Project. This project aims to improve traffic flow for buses on […]
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Revised Plans for Mt. Auburn Street Reconstruction Project Addresses Parking Concerns in Business District Town Hall – Project leaders of the Mt. Auburn Street reconstruction project presented updated plans to address concerns about eliminating street parking in front of some Watertown businesses. Check Out the Video! Produced by Sam Dudley, Community Engagement Coordinator October 18, […]
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Pilot Project Coming in Late Summer Aims to Improve Bus Transit, Overall Traffic Flow on Mt. Auburn Street Tufts Health Plan – In December of 2017, the Town of Watertown entered into a partnership with the City of Cambridge to implement a new project designed to improve bus-related traffic on portions of Mt. Auburn St. […]
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DCR Seeks Input From Watertown Residents Regarding Mount Auburn Corridor *Shady Hill School – Amid rising concerns about safety and traffic congestion along what is known as the “Mount Auburn Corridor” (sections of Mount Auburn Street leading towards Fresh Pond), the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) is currently conducting a study, during which […]
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Watertown, Cambridge Introduced to Mount Auburn Corridor Study Shady Hill School, Cambridge – The Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) convened its first public meeting earlier this week to introduce Watertown and Cambridge residents to the study of the Mount Auburn Street Corridor. The area in question covers Mount Auburn Street from the Watertown […]
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