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Since last fall, a study has been underway in Biddeford to consider the benefits and costs of transportation improvements in the area around Turnpike Exit 32. These include adding a new road linking the southbound Exit 32 Turnpike ramp and Route 111 to South Street via the new Maine Water Company road west of downtown. The study was initiated by the City of Biddeford but jointly funded by the City, the Maine Turnpike Authority, and MaineDOT.
On Monday, November 28 at 6 pm in the City Hall Council Chambers and via Zoom, the public will hear final draft recommendations regarding a new road and have the chance to speak up regarding pros and cons. The link to the meeting is below. Participants will be able to ask questions and make comments live, either in the Council Chambers or via Zoom. For those who may not be able to comment at the meeting, a draft report will be available at www.biddefordmaine.org/rte111alternativesstudy, and comments can be made online or dropped off at City Hall through December 9, 2022.
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