Provincetown Parking and Circulation Study Presentation, November 10, 2015
Cape Cod Commission staff will be available to discuss the Provincetown Parking and Circulation Study on Tuesday, November 10 in Caucus Hall, Provincetown Town Hall, from 4:00 – 5:00 p.m, prior to the semiannual Provincetown traffic hearing.
At the meeting, posters focusing on issues and opportunities identified at the kick-off meeting, through stakeholder meetings, and data collection will be on display. A survey will be available to gage interest in several identified scenarios. At 5 p.m., Cape Cod Commission staff will present a study update to begin the traffic hearing.
Commission staff is working with the Town of Provincetown to identify improvements to parking access and circulation for vehicles, pedestrians and bicycles. High density development, narrow roads, limited downtown parking and connections to air, ferry, and bus terminals create unique challenges. The study will include soliciting information from stakeholders, collecting data, assessing existing conditions and identifying improvements. All findings in the study will be detailed in a report available at the conclusion of the study.
Data collection was conducted in July and August, 2015. Collection efforts consisted of traffic counts at critical intersections, BlueTOAD travel time origin and destination readers, parking lot information and existing roadway accommodations for vehicles, bicyclist and pedestrians.
In addition to public workshops, there are opportunities to provide written comments and review related information on the Provincetown Parking and Circulation Study website: