Traffic calming reports, handicap space request, do not enter signs to be discussed at Jan. 25 Milton Traffic Commission meeting
The Milton Traffic Commission is set to convene on January 25, 2024, at 6:00 p.m. in the Cronin Conference Room at Milton Town Hall. The meeting will focus on various traffic-related matters impacting the community, with a diverse agenda ranging from traffic calming reports to requests for handicap parking spaces.
1. Governors Road – Traffic Calming Report
The commission will kick off the meeting by delving into the Traffic Calming Report for Governors Road. Residents and stakeholders are eagerly anticipating updates and potential recommendations to address traffic concerns on this thoroughfare.
2. 190 Thacher Street – Handicap Parking Space Request
A request for a handicap parking space at 190 Thacher Street will be examined. The commission will evaluate the need for this accommodation and its potential impact on the local community.
3. Hollis Street – Proposal from Resident
A proposal from a resident concerning Hollis Street will be discussed. Community input and feedback will be crucial as the Traffic Commission considers the feasibility and implications of the proposed changes.
4. Kahler Avenue – Request for Traffic Calming
Kahler Avenue residents have submitted a request for traffic calming measures, emphasizing the need for enhanced safety in their neighborhood. The commission will assess the request and explore potential solutions to address the concerns raised.
5. Eliot Street at Blue Hills Parkway – Do Not Enter Restriction
The final agenda item pertains to a proposed “Do Not Enter” restriction at Eliot Street and Blue Hills Parkway. The commission will evaluate the necessity and potential benefits of implementing this restriction to manage traffic flow in the area.
Residents and interested parties are encouraged to attend the meeting to voice their opinions, share insights, and participate in the decision-making process. The Traffic Commission values community engagement and recognizes the importance of collaborative efforts to enhance traffic safety and address local concerns.