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Challenge
  • Develop a concept for the Cotuit Road/Main Street/River Road skewed intersection while implementing pedestrian, bicycle & shared parking improvements along Cotuit Road.
Our Solutions
  • Safety analysis
  • Traffic data collection & analysis
  • Traffic calming
  • Parking
  • Pedestrian & bicycle accommodation
  • Development of conceptual intersection & roadway improvements
  • Conceptual design report
  • Construction plans & contract documents
  • Public outreach

Marstons Mills Village Center Improvements

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Town of Barnstable, MA
  • Marstons Mills Village Center Improvements by McMahon Associates
  • Marstons Mills Village Center Improvements by McMahon Associates
  • Marstons Mills Village Center Improvements by McMahon Associates
  • Marstons Mills Village Center Improvements by McMahon Associates

McMahon has been retained by the Town of Barnstable to design intersection and roadway improvements plans for Marstons Mills village center along Cotuit Road (Route 149) corridor. The primary goal of the project is to develop a constructible concept for the Cotuit Road/Main Street/River Road skewed intersection while implementing pedestrian, bicycle, and shared parking improvements along Cotuit Road. The project design includes traffic calming elements, aimed at changing the street atmosphere and enhancing the village center. The recommended design includes realignment of the subject intersection to a four-legged platform intersection, drainage/stormwater improvements, parking modifications including the provision of on-street parking, raised and midblock crosswalks, curb extensions, landscape/streetscape enhancements, and sidewalk installation, including a boardwalk sidewalk at Mill Pond. McMahon is responsible for preparing construction plans and contract documents.Throughout the project, McMahon conducted a public outreach process which included public meetings and meetings with town officials and the local Village Association.