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UPDATED Jan. 26: More than 30 residents of the Stratton School neighborhood attended the Jan. 12 MassDOT Arlington Safe Routes to School design hearing, held virtually, town officials said.

Presentation slides and construction documents remain available at View the presentation.

Public comments are due by Friday, Jan. 27.

The plan addresses safety, accessibility and mobility. 

In May 2019, the town announced that Arlington had received a state award of $887,622 to pay for safe roadway crossings near the campus, located at 180 Mountain Ave.

The proposed project aims to provide a fully accessible walking route with safe roadway crossings for children and others walking to Stratton along Hemlock Street between Brattle Street and Dickson Avenue, and on Dickson between Hemlock and Pheasant Avenue.

May 23, 2019: $887k from state aims to improve students' walk to Stratton


This news announcement based on information from the town of Arlington was published Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2022.