Barnstable DPW to Discuss Planned Sea Street Improvements

Barnstable Town Hall.

HYANNIS – The Barnstable DPW will hold a public hearing Tuesday evening on planned improvements along portions of Sea Street and Ocean Avenue in Hyannis.

The state-funded project, which extends from Main Street to the entrance of Keyes Memorial Beach on Ocean Avenue, aims to improve pedestrian and bicycle access and overall traffic safety, along with updating aging infrastructure and enhancing the streetscape.

The project would include installing ADA-compliant sidewalks on both sides of the road, new or resurfaced pavement, increased lane widths for the use of bicycles, improved drainage and lighting, and other streetscape elements, including plantings and benches.

Construction is planned to begin in the spring and continue through 2019 with breaks between Memorial Day and Labor Day and over the winter.

The hearing, which is at Town Hall at 7 p.m., will give an overview of existing conditions and potential improvements and attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and provide comments.

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