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Bourne Complete Streets Online Survey Open 

Data to help refine draft priority projects for Bourne  


For Immediate Release (December 21, 2021) – As part of the ongoing Complete Streets Prioritization Plan efforts in the Town of Bourne, a new online public survey is available to seek feedback on the Draft Prioritization Plan. 


A Complete Street provides accommodations for all users including motorists, pedestrians, bicyclists, transit riders, and persons with disabilities. The Town of Bourne is currently participating in the MassDOT Complete Streets program and has retained the services of the Cape Cod Commission to develop the prioritization plan. The purpose of this study is to explore transportation improvement alternatives that will reduce conflicts, improve traffic flow, and incorporate multi-modal transportation options in Bourne, while furthering the creation of vibrant, pedestrian, and bicycle-oriented mixed-use centers throughout the town.  


Over 100 potential Complete Streets projects were identified through the initial public comment period in February and March 2021. The online survey for the Bourne Complete Streets Prioritization Plan will help further refine the draft prioritization plan and projects that were presented at a public meeting held on Wednesday, December 15th by the Cape Cod Commission and Town of Bourne.  


The online survey can be found here: 


Guided by the input from public meetings and in conjunction with the Town of Bourne, Cape Cod Commission staff will prepare a final report and the Complete Streets Prioritization Plan. The prioritization plan will be submitted to MassDOT as part of the town’s ongoing participation in their Complete Streets Program. Approved projects are eligible for up to $400,000 in construction funding from MassDOT. 


Please consider providing your feedback through Friday, December 31, 2021, so the town can move forward with finalizing the Complete Streets Prioritization Plan.  


For more information, visit the project website at or contact David Nolan, the Senior Transportation Planner at