Community Meeting Planned to Discuss Waltham Street Apartments, Traffic

Residents are invited to share their thoughts on traffic and safety in the West End of Watertown.

West End residents have complained about traffic in their neighborhood and the possibility of it getting worse with the addition of a 155-unit apartment complex on Waltham Street. Now they have their chance to propose solutions.

Last week, . It will be back before the board in April. The delay was requested by residents of the West End who oppose the project, in part, because of the additional traffic it would add to already busy streets.

On Wednesday at 7:30 p.m., a Community Meeting will be held in the Community Room in the Watertown Police Station.

Residents are invited to share their thoughts, concerns and possible solutions for safety and traffic problems in the West End of town.

As part of the project, developers Wood Partners have agreed to turn the intersection of Bridge and Waltham streets into a four-way intersection, and put in unspecified traffic calming measures in the area.

Sonny Beaches March 20, 2012 at 03:11 PM
An interesting venue, will Wood Partners be in attendance?


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