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Irving and Scott Streets Traffic Calming Project

Scott and Irving Intersection

Construction of Irving Street from Kirkland Street to Scott Street and Scott Street from Irving Street to Bryant Street is now complete. In addition to sidewalk and road way reconstruction, the project included traffic calming elements to reduce vehicle speeds and enhance safety for pedestrians. These were developed through an extensive community process, which included a meeting organized by the residents of the area, two neighborhood meetings organized by the city and several meetings with individual property owners. The work included new sidewalks on Irving Street form Kirkland Street to Scott Street, a raised intersection at Scott Street and Irving Street with squared off corners, and the addition of two green spaces for plantings. At Kirkland Street, the roadway entrance has been narrowed and made a consistent width with the rest of Irving Street, and a crosswalk with a curb extension across Kirkland is included to make this crossing more convenient.


11/16/16 - Advisory Bike Lane pavement markings were added to Scott Street and Irving Street in November, 2016. View the updates below and read the installation notice.

scott irving advisory bike lane page 2

Project Complete.

  • Scott and Irving Street traffic calming concept plan

    Traffic calming concept plan for the intersection of Scott and Irving Streets.

For additional information please contact Juan P. Avendano, Traffic Calming Project Manager at 617/349-4655 or at javendano@cambridgema.gov.