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Garden Street Safety Improvement Project - 4th Community Meeting


  • Neighborhood Nine


Stephen Meuse
Street Design Project Manager


On Tuesday, September 20 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., we will hold our fourth community meeting to discuss safety improvements to Garden Street from Huron Avenue to Mason Street. This meeting will discuss Option 3, which was selected as the preferred layout for the corridor. Option 3 converts Garden Street to one-way eastbound (toward Cambridge Common) for vehicles between Huron Avenue and Concord Avenue. Bikes will still travel in both directions, with a separated bike lane on each side of the street. 

During the meeting, we will:

  • Present the preferred layout for Garden Street (Option 3)
  • Explain planned changes for each section of the project, including at intersections
  • Discuss the implementation timeline
  • Give you an opportunity to ask questions and provide additional feedback

For background information on this project, including the presentations and recordings from the first three community meetings, please visit the project webpage.

Ask a Question

Participants will be allowed to speak and ask questions following a short presentation by city staff.

Join the Webinar

On the day of the webinar, you can join by clicking this link or by entering the Meeting ID 813 8686 0250 directly into Zoom. If you would like to listen by phone, call 929-436-2866 and enter Meeting ID 813 8686 0250.

Accessibility Information

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