Smart Growth America's National Complete Streets Coalition has ranked Littleton's "Complete Streets Policy" as No. 1 of its kind in the nation for 2013.
On December 16, 2013, the Littleton Board of Selectmen voted unanimously to adopt the “Complete Streets Policy” drafted with assistance from the Metropolitan Area Planning Council and recommended by the Planning Board and Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Committee.
Complete Streets Tier 3 Construction Grant Award. NEW -11/29/16 - MassDOT has awarded the Town of Littleton a Complete Streets Tier 3 construction grant of $394,970 for these four projects:
1. Russell Street Improvements / sidewalk - $349,480.00
2. Bicycle Accommodation: Storage - $18,000.00
3. Flashing School Zone Signs along Shaker Lane $16,000.00
4. Shattuck Street Pedestrian Midblock Crosswalk - $11,489.60
Read more in pull down menu, below, for Tier 3 Construction.
Complete Streets Tier 2 Prioritization Plan. On August 22, 2016, the Littleton Board of Selectmen voted to authorize submission to MassDOT of the Town of Littleton’s Complete Streets prioritization plan prepared with a Tier 2 grant of $43,222.94; and, further to submit to MassDOT a Tier 3 grant application of up to $400,000. The Complete Streets Prioritization Plan is a targeted investment strategy to improve safety, mobility or accessibility. Read executive summary. Read more in pull down menu, below, for Tier 2 Prioritization Plan.
Prioritization Plan Public Forum: June 9th at 6:30 PM. A public forum on development of the Complete Streets Prioritization Plan was held on Thursday, June 9, 2016 at 6:30 PM in Room 103, Littleton Town Offices, 37 Shattuck Street, Littleton, MA. Watch the LCTV video. See presentations on MassDOT funding program and Littleton Tier 2 plan.
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