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  • Poor transit environment
  • Lack of pedestrian & bicycle facilities
  • Address existing traffic delays & signal issues
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  • Traffic analysis
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MassDOT Route 107 Corridor Study

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Cities of Salem & Lynn, Essex County, MA
  • MassDOT Route 107 Corridor Study by McMahon Associates
  • MassDOT Route 107 Corridor Study by McMahon Associates
  • MassDOT Route 107 Corridor Study by McMahon Associates
  • MassDOT Route 107 Corridor Study by McMahon Associates
  • MassDOT Route 107 Corridor Study by McMahon Associates
  • MassDOT Route 107 Corridor Study by McMahon Associates
  • MassDOT Route 107 Corridor Study by McMahon Associates
  • MassDOT Route 107 Corridor Study by McMahon Associates
  • MassDOT Route 107 Corridor Study by McMahon Associates
  • MassDOT Route 107 Corridor Study by McMahon Associates

MassDOT selected McMahon to evaluate operational and geometric improvements to address existing issues with delays, queuing, traffic signal design, poor transit environment and lack of pedestrian and bicycle facilities, as well as mitigate potential future impacts from new retail development along a 3-mile segment of Route 107 in Salem and Lynn, MA. The corridor includes 13 signalized and 2 unsignalized intersections that serves commuters, as well as adjacent commercial development. A plan for future multimodal transportation improvements (short, medium, and long-term), based on an alternatives analysis, will be the end product of this project. The plan will be developed in coordination with an established working group.