According to a report in the Daily Times Chronicle, planners for a proposed senior living facility in East Woburn recently told aldermen that the project will have a minimal impact on traffic in the area.
The Time Chronicle reported that at a recent City Council Special Permits Committee meeting, an attorney for Benchmark Senior Living said traffic flow could be improved by installing high tech traffic signals that adjust based on real-time traffic conditions. This would impact Salem Street and Cedar Street the most, according to the newspaper.
Benchmark is proposing an 87-unit senior living facility that would be built at 320 Salem Street.
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