Goal:
Improve Route 28 between Barnhill Road and George Ryder Road in a complete streets manner to calm traffic, improve the pedestrian and bicycle experience, and increase safety for all modes of travel.

Design Cost:
Approximately $382,000.

Status:
The 25% design public hearing was held on February 19th, 2015. The design will now be further refined and moved towards the 75% and 100% design stages.

Estimated Construction Cost:
Approximately $2.7 million

 

Welcome and thank you for visiting the website for the West Chatham Roadway Design Project. On February 19th, 2015, the project held its 25% design public hearing, an important milestone in the the stage identified as Step IV of the MassDOT design guide. The 25% design represents a refinement of the design recommendation approved for further development by the Board of Selectmen at its December 17th, 2013 meeting. MassDOT continues to gather all of the suggestions, concerns, and questions received and work with the Town and its consultant team to integrate this input into the design where possible and appropriate. This further refinement will be an important component of the project's next stage of development, taking the 25% design to the 75% and 100% level. This next phase of project development also includes further review by MassDOT and a public information meeting targeted for the spring of 2015.

The project team invites you to browse the site, learn more about the project, review the materials developed to support the public involvement process, and contact the project's public involvement specialist with your questions, comments or concerns.

The West Chatham Roadway Design Project is one of two projects currently addressing Route 28 in Chatham. Learn more on the project overivew page.


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