Construction Alert from Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority

Hyannis parking lot work, installation of solar canopies...
Rendering of solar canopy installation at CCRTA's Hyannis facility. (Courtesy photo)
From the Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority...
 
CONSTRUCTION ALERT: The fenced-in area in the Short-Term Parking Lot will have additional earthwork, paving, drainage and utility work. The area encompassing the north and east side of the HTC building will have drainage, grading, and utility work. The pedestrian walkway and bus loading area along the one-way portion of Transportation Avenue is marked and includes signage. The solar canopy installers have mobilized in the eastern half of the long-term parking lot (railroad yard side) and have begun construction activities. The other half of the parking lot will remain open for FREE public parking while construction activity is taking place. Employee parking will continue to be located in the Long-Term West Lot closest to Transportation Avenue until further notice. Contractor will be setting curbs and pouring concrete sidewalks in bus circle area. Starting Monday 3/18/19, the “exit” side of the bus circle will be closed until further notice. Due to closure of the exit side of the bus circle, buses departing from the depot will need to back out accordingly. Further instructions for bus park-out will follow.

Impact to Riders: This phase of the Hyannis Transportation Center construction activity will have some impact to pedestrian and bus traffic. Any disruptions that may arise from this phase of the construction project will be posted and communicated through the CCRTA Information Booth public announcements.
 
 
 
 

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