On Monday, March 5, 2012, the Town of Milton tested a new traffic pattern through East Milton Square.
Originally set to be in place for between two and four weeks, the test never ended. The small portion of Adams Street that serves as an overpass over I-93 has remained closed. A barricade of broken bricks and no-mans-land pavement now blocks the previous one-way access over Adams to Quincy. For over four years, eastbound traffic has been redirected in a pseudo-rotary, making a right turn on Bryant Avenue and then a left on Boulevard Street (where it can get backed up all the way to Adams Street), followed by a left on to Granite Avenue and a right turn back on to Adams Street.
The traffic pattern was based on the recommendation from the East Milton Square Parking and Access Study, which was completed in 2011 by Howard/Stein-Hudson Associates Inc.
What’s your opinion? Survey closes 10/15!
Note: If you are having trouble taking this survey via email, please use this link: http://wp.me/p6ngwM-1O4
Miltonscene.com online polls are not intended to be a scientific sample of local opinion. Instead, they are a way for readers to share their views on the news with the Milton Scene and Milton Neighbors.
Respondents are not randomly selected, but select themselves to vote on a specific question or set of questions. In addition, while Miltonscene.com online polls are designed to allow only one vote per user, technically savvy users may find ways around this limitation. For these reasons, the polls are not presented as scientific surveys or as representative of the opinion of the general population of our readership areas, region or nation.
Editor’s note: The overpass was closed for a temporary traffic test in 2011.
Be the first to comment on "Survey closes 10/15: What’s your opinion of the Adams Street overpass shutdown?"