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Pittsfield Committee Votes to Keep Bike Lane on North Street

The Public Works Committee on Monday rejected a petition from Ward 2 Councilor Kevin Morandi to eliminate the new bike lanes and return to two travel lanes in a 3-2 ruling with Ward 4 Councilor Chris Connell and Ward 7 Councilor Anthony Maffuccio voting in favor.

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Pittsfield Gets $3M MassWorks Grant for Tyler Street Improvements

With these funds, the city will be fixing the problematic intersection of Tyler Street and Woodlawn Avenue and doing streetscape improvements on roads, sidewalks, and crosswalks.

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Pittsfield Developing Plan for Bicycle Network

The overall vision is to create a safe, comfortable, and accessible bicycle network in the to serve people of all ages and abilities. This is broken down into four project goals of safety, accessibility, sense of place and sustainability.

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Pittsfield Seeks Input For Draft Bicycle Facilities Master Plan

The city is seeking input for the Bicycle Facilities Master Plan, which aims to establish a safe, comfortable and connected bicycle network throughout the city that is accessible to people of all ages and abilities.

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Williams Students Present Complete Streets Options for North Adams

A Complete Streets inventory project undertaken by Williams College students offered a number of scenarios for making a more pedestrian and bicycle friendly loop around the downtown, with the consideration of removing at least one lane from Main Street.

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Cheshire May Look at Another Complete Streets Application

Town Administrator Edmund St. John told last week that he received feedback from the state about the town's failed application and was encouraged to apply again.

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Lanesborough Applies For State Funding For Summer Street Sidewalks

The town is hoping the state will fund reconstruction of the sidewalks on Summer Street. On Monday the Board of Selectmen agreed to file an application with the state's Complete Streets program with rebuilding the sidewalks from Route 7 to the school as a top priority. The town can apply for up to $400,000 from the program per year.

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