Please join the City of Auburn and the Androscoggin Transportation Resource Center (ATRC) for the first of 3 meetings on the Court Street Alternatives analysis.
Meeting 1 will be held on August 1 at 6:00PM in the Community Room (2nd floor of Auburn Hall).
ATRC and the City of Auburn are undertaking a Transportation Study of Court Street from Lewiston to Goff Street and Turner Street from Court Street to Hampshire Street. The Objective of the Study is:
To make bicycle, pedestrian and parking improvements along Court Street between the Androscoggin River and Goff Street, and Turner Street between Court Street and Hampshire Street while addressing area traffic congestion management. This project will identify feasible mobility improvement alternatives for bicycle, ADA and pedestrian safety, transit, parking access and circulation, and overall traffic through put of the Court Street corridor, between the Androscoggin River and the Goff Street/Court Street intersection, as well as along Turner Street from Court Street to Hampshire Street.
The Expected Outcomes of the Study includes:
(1) Problem identification and statements based on analysis;
(2) Summary of current traffic generators impacting design considerations;
(3) Alternatives analysis and recommendations regarding:
a. lane configurations & intersection management;
b. parking and land use access;
c. transit access; and,
d. bicycle and pedestrian safety enhancements