Traffic and Transportation
Last Updated: October 7, 2021
Transportation Master Plan, Phase II, Public Meeting information
The City of Framingham Department of Public Works and their consultant, VHB, will host four virtual public meetings via Zoom to discuss the City’s Transportation Master Plan, Phase II.
The third meeting will focus on three transportation topics in multiple breakout rooms, including:
- Room 1: Public Transit, Bicycle, and Pedestrian Connectivity: Focuses on the Village Green area,study area corridors*, and sidewalk connections throughout the City.
- Room 2: Traffic Congestion at Specific Study Areas, Including:
- Route 30/Cochituate Road at Beacon Street
- Route 30/Cochituate Road at Shoppers World
- Leland Street at Beaver and Kendall Streets
- Salem End Road at Winter Street
- Pleasant Street at Woodmere Road/Temple Street
- Salem End Road at Badger Road/Gates Street
- Room 3: Neighborhood Connections and Traffic Calming: Neighborhood connections and gateways, including the study area intersections around MCI-Framingham, Central Street at Summer Street, and Fenwick Street/ Haynes Road location.
*The corridor of Central Street, Summer Street, Fenwick Street, and Haynes Road will be discussed in Room 3.
The public will have the opportunity to provide oral and written feedback about the proposed improvements.
Reference Zoom meeting information here. Please note, to experience the full capability of this meeting and the breakout rooms, the City recommends utilizing a computer or smartphone device.
SUbmit transportation concerns/comments via the Virtual public meeting room
Visit the interactive virtual meeting room to explore project information from the previously recorded public meetings.
Residents can submit feedback about transportation improvement options from the second public meeting, including pedestrian safety, bicycle accommodations, and vehicles by using the survey/mapping exercise feature or clicking on the comments board.
Or, comments/concerns can be sent directly to the City's project manager, Simon Alexandrovich, at email@example.com.
Please Note: The virtual meeting room is best viewed in Google Chrome.
TRANSPORTATION MASTER PLAN, PHASE II, recorded public meetings
Wednesday, August 11:
The second meeting provided a progress update about the Master Plan, reviewed the project's study areas, identified potential transportation improvements/alternatives for various locations, and discussed updates to the City's current Traffic Calming and Crosswalk Policies. View the recording of the second meeting below.
Monday, April 26:
The first meeting provided an introduction to the master plan and discussed the projection of future conditions. View the recording of the first meeting below.
Transportation master plan PHASE I:
City Plans, Policies, Procedures, and regulations:
- 2017 Bicycle & Pedestrian Plan (PDF)
- Construction Standards
- Crosswalk Policy and Design Guidelines (PDF)
- Parking Regulations (City Ordinance Article VI, Section 2) (PDF)
- Traffic Calming Measures Policy (PDF)
- Traffic Rules and Orders (PDF)
- Traffic Signal Permitting Process (PDF)
- Weather Emergency Parking Restrictions on Arterial Roadways Policy (PDF)