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    During a meeting with Patrick Adams and Dave Allen of the Maine Department of Transportation to discuss the City participation in Maine DOT’s Strategic Plan to Address Pedestrian Crashes, one particular intersection posed potential concern for the DOT.  Working with the Rockland Public Services Department, the Maine DOT and Gartley & Dorsky devised a fast-tracked solution to relocate the cross walk from the beginning of Main Street to closer to the intersection, as well as improve the cross walks at all four corners of the Park Street and Main Street intersection.  The improvements will bring all points of the intersection up to current ADA standards as well as relocate pedestrian signals and reprogram the traffic signals.  Another important note in the Maine DOT realizing the importance of this project, is assisting with the funding in order to emphasize the department’s commitment on eliminating pedestrian crashes.  

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