MassDOT Ayer/Bruce/Willow Intersection

Proposed permanent improvements to Rts 2A/110 Ayer Rd / Willow Rd / Bruce St. Intersection
MassDOT flyer
MassDOT public information meeting


Town of Littleton News
Littleton Town Offices  •  37 Shattuck St  •  Littleton, MA 01460

A Public Informational Meeting was held by MassDOT to discuss the proposed intersection improvements on Route 2A (Ayer Road) at Willow Road and Bruce Street project in Littleton/ Ayer, MA.    Read flyer.  
WHERE: Littleton Town Offices, Room 103, 37 Shattuck Street, Littleton, MA 01460
WHEN: Wednesday, March 14, 2018 @ 7:00PM
PURPOSE: The purpose of this meeting was to provide the public with the opportunity to become fully acquainted with the proposed intersection improvements on Route 2A at Willow Road and Bruce Street project. All views and comments made at the meeting will be reviewed and considered to the maximum extent possible.
PROPOSAL: The proposed project consists of intersection improvements, including geometric modifications, widening and signalization at the intersection of Route 2A/ 110 at Willow Road/ Bruce Street. 

See plan alternatives presented by MassDOT.  Those in attendance preferred Concept 1. Watch LCTV video

UPDATE: On 4/9/18, MassDOT announced its decision "to advance Option 1 (Signal at Willow- Skewed Intersection) for the Route 2A/110 (Ayer Road)/Willow Road/Bruce Street intersection improvements project.  This decision was based on the feedback we received at the Public Information Meeting on March 14th.  This option will keep both Willow Road and Bruce Street under signalized control while providing left turn lanes on Route 2A/110 and improving pedestrian and bicycle accommodations at the intersection.  The pedestrian refuge and the truck turning movements will be reviewed as the 25% Design Plans are developed.  As part of the design process, our design consultant will be contacting the milk transport company that regularly services the farm on Bruce Street to better understand their route and to make sure their truck movements are accommodated." 

Concept 1


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