Studies & Reports:
Preliminary Evaluation of Source Separated Organics (CDM) Report
Shade Street Pavement Marking and Signing Plan
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2013-2014 Engineering Construction Projects
Major current projects:
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Roadway Reconstruction Program - (posted 3/10/14) Contract documents are now available for this year's resurfacing contract. See Invitation to bid below.
Reconstruction of the Diamond Traffic Circle - (posted 1/6/14)
The traffic circle near the Diamond Middle school has been redesigned to make it conform to a Modern Roundabout Design. Currently this circle encourages pedestrians to access the center of the circle causing significant vehicular/pedestrian conflicts. The design has some approaches operating as high speed bypasses and some approaches operation under stop control. There is poor sight distance at all approaches. The new design includes the following improvements:
These improvements are currently scheduled for construction in the summer of 2014. For more information please contact: Dave Cannon, Lexington DPW/Engineering, (781)-274-8323, email@example.com
Realignment of all approaches to provide proper sight distance
All approaches will be yield conditions
Provides approach deflection to reduce all speeds to 20 MPH
Relocate pedestrian traffic from the center of the circle to the perimeter reducing vehicular/Pedestrian conflicts.
Diamond Roundabout Design
Hanscom AFB conduit installation (updated 11-28-13) Crews are done with this week for the season. They will be returning in the spring to complete finish work including landscaping and repaving trenches as necessary. Work under this project included conduit installation along Marrett Road – state road (from Spring Street to Mass Ave), Mass Ave (from Marrett Road to Wood Street), Wood Street (from Mass Ave to Hartwell Ave) and Hartwell Ave (from Wood Street to the base). This work was not part of a town contract and was installed privately. All disturbed areas, including sidewalks, will be properly restored. Please see map below for location of work, and the preliminary schedule below.
Estabrook School/Robinson Road Project (posted 11-4-12) The Town is in preliminary stages of redesign of Robinson Road and design of a new Estabrook School. Current conceptual plans for the new road layout and school entrance are linked below. Please contact John Livsey with any questions.
Grove Street Bridge Project (posted 2-6-14)
Mass DOT will be performing bridge repairs to the Grove Street bridge over Route 128 starting in June 2014. It is anticipated that the road will remain open but traffic will be reduced to one lane. Check back here for updates and more details as the date approaches.
Spring and Concord Intersection Improvements Contract #13-62 (posted 11-28-13)
Project Includes a new traffic signal, curbing, sidewalks, and pavement markings. Work is done for the season and will continue in the spring.
Concord Ave Sidewalk Study -(posted 7-8-13) The Town of Lexington Engineering Division is studying the possibility of installing a sidewalk along Concord Avenue from Waltham Street to Spring Street. Concord Avenue is a town roadway with a portion in the state right of way. The corridor has been surveyed and evaluated. Design is underway; current plans are available for viewing at Samuel Hadley Public service building, 201 Bedford Street. See below for link to a preliminary design plan. Please contact Dave Cannon in Engineering for more information.
Mass Ave 3 Intersection Project - (updated 1/6/14)
The Town of Lexington seeks to improve pedestrian, bicycle and vehicular traffic safety as well as improve traffic operations along a section of Massachusetts Avenue in Lexington. The project area is approximately 3,500 feet long and extends from Pleasant Street to Marrett Road. February 2013 Presentation (4.37MB). Several workshops were held in 2012 and 2013 and based on feedback from these workshops preliminary designs have been developed and submitted to MassDot for review.
The current recommendation calls for:
Construction is currently programmed for 2018. For more information please contact: Dave Cannon, Lexington DPW/Engineering, (781)-274-8323, firstname.lastname@example.org