Municipal Engineering Program

FRAMINGHAM PUBLIC WORKS TO HOST TRANSPORTATION MASTER PLAN, PHASE II, VIRTUAL PUBLIC MEETING
THIS MEETING IS THE THIRD OF FOUR PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT SESSIONS

                                                                        OCTOBER 7, 2021

Graphic with Following Text: Transportation Master Plan, Phase II, Virtual Public Meeting, October 2

FRAMINGHAM, MA - The City of Framingham’s Department of Public Works and their consultant, VHB, will host the third of four virtual public meetings for the City’s Transportation Master Plan, Phase II, on Thursday, October 21, at 6 p.m.

The third meeting will focus on three transportation topics in multiple breakout rooms, including:

  • Room 1: Public Transit, Bicycle, and Pedestrian Connectivity: Focuses on the Village Green area,study area corridors*and sidewalk connectionsthroughout the City.

  • Room 2: Traffic Congestion at Specific Study Areas, Including:
    • Route 30/Cochituate Road at Beacon Street 
    • Route 30/Cochituate Road at Shoppers World 
    • Leland Street at Beaver and Kendall Streets 
    • Salem End Road at Winter Street 
    • Pleasant Street at Woodmere Road/Temple Street
    • Salem End Road at Badger Road/Gates Street 
  • Room 3: Neighborhood Connections and Traffic Calming: Neighborhood connections and gateways, including the study area intersections around MCI-Framingham, Central Street at Summer Street, and Fenwick Street/ Haynes Road location.  

 *The corridor of Central Street, Summer Street, Fenwick Street, and Haynes Road will be discussed in Room 3.

 The public will have the opportunity to provide oral and written feedback about the proposed improvements. 

Reference Zoom meeting information here. Please note, to experience the full capability of this meeting and the breakout rooms, the City recommends utilizing a computer or smartphone device.

For more information about the project, including previous meetings, documents, and more, please visit: www.FraminghamMa.gov/Transportation

Technical Assistance & Guidance

The Municipal Engineering Program provides technical assistance and guidance to:

  • Operational Divisions and Capital Improvement Program of the Public Works Department.
  • Other City departments
  • Various Boards and Commissions in these major program areas:
    • Design Review Process
    • Development and Permitting
    • Field Survey Services
    • GIS and Asset Management
    • Stormwater and Environmental
    • Traffic and Transportation
    • Water and Wastewater