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New Haven explores street safety upgrades

A SCOPING STUDY of Munger Street in New Haven will look at possibilities for making the road safer for bicyclists. Among the possibilities is widening the road’s shoulder by up to four feet, giving bicyclists more room on the road, as shown here.  Photo courtesy of SE Group

The town of New Haven, in collaboration with the Addison County Regional Planning Commission and Vermont Agency of Transportation, is exploring ways to make Munger Street safer for bicyclists and pedestrians.

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