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Arsenal Street Corridor Study

 

The Arsenal Street Corridor Transportation Study evaluated existing and future multimodal transportation conditions along the Arsenal Street corridor in the Town of Watertown and its surrounding communities. This study developed and analyzed alternatives intended to improve transportation conditions with a primary focus on the bus service along Arsenal Street and locations where the bus service ties into other crossing bus routes. Alternatives were examined and evaluated for their impact on vehicular, bicycle and pedestrian use, land use, and cost, as well as their impact on existing users of the transportation network.

The effort resulted in a final report that includes the study’s analytical findings; a recommended plan of future scheduled transportation improvements (short, medium, and long-term); preliminary cost estimates for these improvements; and a comprehensive implementation plan for the recommended improvements.

What's New


The Final Report is now available for review.

Please view the Documents Tab to download the report as well as materials from past Public Information and Working Group meetings.

MassDOT and the study team wish to thank the Working Group and the Watertown residents who participated in the study’s outreach process.

Project Contact

For questions and comments related to the study, please contact:

    Michael Clark
    Arsenal Street Corridor Transportation Study
    (857) 368-9800
    TTY: (857) 368-0655

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