The Public Works Departments will host its second neighborhood public meeting on the Nobscot Intersection Improvements Project Thursday, June 10, starting 6 p.m. online.
“City staff and the design consultant will provide an update about ongoing construction and further discuss the intersection design plans and future anticipated detour plans,” according to a DPW announcement. “The public will have an opportunity to ask questions or make comments orally.”
Zoom info: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84093979907?pwd=TXN6Z2k4aEU2d0o5UVR0dnBncmdIQT09
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Webinar ID: 840 9397 9907
A video recording of the meeting and a copy of the presentation will be available on the City’s construction website Building Framingham for those who can’t virtually attend.
Video of the first (March) meeting is available at https://youtu.be/s1JrZgvpY9Q
The DPW recently posted a memo from design consultants VHB responding to one issue brought up at the March meeting: the fact that there will not be a dedicated right-turn lane northbound on Edgell Road. That memo did not discuss the lack of dedicated bicycle lanes or better sidewalk landscaping, which community members also raised.
Separately, the DPW announced that Eversource will continue its gas main replacement project on Edgell Road the week of June 6. “Expect moderate delays,” according to the DPW announcement. “Lane shifts and/or a one-way alternating traffic pattern will be in effect.”
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