The Town of Provincetown is seeking to make its streets safer and more comfortable for all users, including pedestrians, bicyclists, and motorists, through the development of a Complete Streets Prioritization Plan.
A Complete Street is one that provides safe and accessible options for all travel modes—driving, walking, biking, and transit—for people of all ages and abilities.
With funding provided by the Massachusetts Department of Transportation, the Town has retained the services of Environmental Partners Group to develop this plan.
The plan will identify opportunities to reduce conflicts, support multi-modal travel, and improve traffic flow in Provincetown while furthering the creation of a vibrant pedestrian and bicycle-oriented community.
As part of this effort, the Town is seeking input from residents and interested parties that have suggestions on where and how to make Provincetown’s streets safer and more accessible for all. Residents are asked to help the Town identify priority areas for implementing Complete Streets projects by mapping specific locations where they have noticed existing infrastructure deficiencies, traffic safety concerns, or other features of note.
Input can be submitted using this link: Provincetown Complete Streets Public Comment Map (arcgis.com). The period for public comment begins today and will close on February 15th.