A final public meeting to discuss the recommendations for improving traffic conditions on Route 3 will be held on Nov. 13, according to town officials.
The meeting, being held by the economic development commission and the town council’s economic development subcommittee, is looking for final public comments on the recommendations for improving the Route 3 corridor in the Route 3 Traffic and Development Study.
The study began in 2010 and was a joint project by the Capital Region Council of Governments, the Department of Transportation and the town. It looks into the how patterns of traffic growth are projected to affect traffic along Cromwell Avenue, officials said.
The study recommends 13 potential projects—ranging from $50,000 to $5.26 million, and of varying lengths—to improve the area and accommodate more public transportation, foot traffic and bicycles.
The study can be viewed online at the CRCOG website. The public meeting will take place at 5:30 p.m. on Nov. 13 in the council chambers at town hall.