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Route 66 Pedestrian Mobility Improvements (Concept B)

Type:

Medium

Complexity:

Moderate

Priority:

Short term

Cost:

$1,500,000

Goals:

Infill sidewalk gaps and install ADA compliant pedestrian crossing infrastructures to improve pedestrian mobility and safety along Route 66 between Main Street and Grandview Terrace in the Portland commercial center

Elements:
  • Install sidewalks and concrete driveway apron along the south side of Route 66 between Main Street and Grandview Terrace to provide a connected sidewalk network in the Portland commercial center
  • Provide painted crosswalks, sidewalk ramps, pedestrian signals, and pushbuttons at signalized intersections to facilitate safe crossings for bicyclists and pedestrians
  • Additional sidewalk may require sliver right of way takes or easements to expand the sidewalk network due to limited right of way along south side of Route 66
Permits:
  • Town roadway construction permits for construction within Town right-of-way
  • Encroachment permits for construction within CTDOT right-of-way
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