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Open House on Sept 26: Scarborough's Transportation Network

What are your thoughts on Scarborough's bike and pedestrian network? Roadway safety? The Town's Transportation Committee wants to hear from you!

Join them on Tuesday, September 26, from 4:00-8:00pm at the Public Safety Building (275 US Route 1) for an Open House on planning the future of Scarborough's transportation network. Public input will help inform an updated Townwide Transportation Study being developed in 2024. The goal is for this study to provide direction and focus for the Town's future capital spending related to traffic and transportation needs.

Residents are encouraged to stop in at any time within the 4-hour window to contribute their thoughts, concerns, and hopes related to Scarborough’s transportation network. Community feedback is crucial as this group begins to formulate the needs, desires, and expectations related to the study. 

The last Townwide Transportation Study was completed in 2006. Over the past two decades, infrastructure, development patterns, and priorities have changed. The updated study will look at broad categories within Scarborough's transportation system. Over the past year, the Transportation Committee has discussed these topics and provided feedback, but more public input is needed to ensure all aspects of the Town’s transportation network are being considered. 

The Transportation Open House will focus on specific topics: Bike & pedestrian network needs and strengths, mobility corridor needs and strengths, roadway safety, and re-envisioning Haigis Parkway.

The public is also encouraged to share comments on other transportation-related items by emailing Town Engineer Angela Blanchette at

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