Select Board Discusses Traffic Safety after Another Pedestrian Struck by Vehicle
HARDWICK – The Hardwick Select Board meeting on October 1 began almost 24 hours after the second vehicle-pedestrian accident to take place in Hardwick in nine months. The board heard from resident John Race, who witnessed the collision that left two pedestrians seriously injured Wednesday.
Photos: Installing the Pedestrian Safety Sign
photo by Doug McClure Town crews installed two fla...
Select Board Considers Pedestrian Safety
At its August 20 meeting, the Hardwick Select Board briefly discussed the recommendations made at the previous meeting by the pedestrian and traffic safety task force. At that meeting, the task force presented a series of ideas it viewed as low-entry-barrier in terms of costs and complexity to improve conditions in the downtown area for pedestrians, bikers, and motorists.
Safety Task Force Presents Findings
HARDWICK – Pedestrian Traffic Safety Task Force Chair Dave Gross presented the Hardwick Select Board with the task force’s initial recommendations at the August 6 select board meeting. Gross said the recommendations "focus on things we can accomplish quickly and/or cheaply." Several options involved crosswalks.
Implementing Pedestrian and Safety Task Force Recommendations is a Work in Progress
HARDWICK – It has been two months since the Pedestrian and Safety Task Force made a series of recommendations to the Hardwick Select Board on August 6. On September 30, a serious accident took place in town involving two pedestrians and a vehicle.
Pedestrian Safety Recommendations Implementation Begins
HARDWICK – At the September 17 Hardwick Select Board meeting, Town Manager Shaun Fielder said the town was working toward meeting the Pedestrian and Traffic Safety Task Force's recommendations.