GoLowell: Downtown Lowell Multimodal Complete Streets Plan
GoLowell is a year-long process to plan for a safer, healthier, and more enjoyable multimodal transportation system for all residents and visitors to Lowell. We’re seeking public input to understand where people want to go, how they want to get there, and the barriers they face along the way.
Join us for our Phase II Workshop!
When – Tuesday, June 30 from 6:00 – 7:30 PM
Where – Online using the Zoom videoconferencing platform
RSVP – Sign up at bit.ly/GoLowellP2 to receive the Zoom link and password the day before the meeting
About – We will present what we have heard so far, ask what we missed, and listen to what you think about our ideas. The meeting will also launch our Phase II survey.
Translation will be provided in Español, Português, & Khmer (ភាសាខ្មែរ , phiăsaa khmae)
Questions – Email Go@LowellMA.gov
What is the Project About?
To plan for a safer, healthier and more enjoyable multimodal transportation system for all residents and visitors to Lowell by:
- Increasing mobility and meeting the access needs of residents, commuters, visitors, and area schools’ faculty, staff, and students;
- Encouraging transit use in order to reduce parking demand in targeted redevelopment areas;
- Increasing the number of people riding bicycles in the City and reducing bicycle crashes
- Reducing Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT), delay and congestion, and improve travel time on the local roadway network;
- Foster environmental quality, conserve energy, reduce vehicle emissions, and address climate change through reduced greenhouse gas emission;
- Promoting economic development in the corridor and in the Greater Lowell region;
- Meeting the mission of LNHP to preserve and interpret the nationally significant historical and cultural sites, structures, and districts in Lowell;
- Enhancing the character, livability, and vibrancy of the community through quality urban design; and
- Ensuring the full and fair participation of the environmental justice communities throughout the transportation decision-making process.
- Increasing the number of people riding bicycles in the city and reducing bicycle crashes
- Easy, safe and predictable bus service
- Transit stop and transit line enhancements
- Safe bicycling routes and biking facilities
- Safe, accessible and enjoyable pedestrian routes
- Car-share and taxi accommodations