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January Listening Session on the Garden Street Safety Improvement Project



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Stephen Meuse
Street Design Project Manager


In October, a section of Garden Street switched to one-way operation for people driving as part of the Garden Street Safety Improvement Project. Since then, City staff have been observing the impacts to side streets, listening to feedback from community members, and making changes to reduce related traffic backups. Join us on Wednesday, January 4 at 6 p.m. for a virtual Listening Session on the changes. At this meeting, the City will give a brief presentation and listen to your feedback on the impacts of the one-way change.

If you can't attend this meeting or have feedback you would like to share immediately, please fill out the Garden Street Safety Improvement Project comment form or email project manager Stephen Meuse at smeuse@cambridgema.gov.

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How to Join the Webinar

On the day of the webinar, you can join by clicking this link or by entering the Webinar ID (874 0995 8022) directly into Zoom. If you would like to listen by phone, call 312-626-6799 and enter Webinar ID 874 0995 8022.

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