Milton Streetscape

LandWorks, in collaboration with DuBois & King, was retained by the Town of Milton to create a concrete vision for an upgraded US 7 corridor “from the Diner to the Dam.” With aesthetic enhancement as an underlying goal, the LandWorks team proposed a number of enhancements to help transform the corridor from an auto-centric development into a dynamic and attractive streetscape environment that safely supports the needs of all users, including residents, visitors, pedestrians, bicyclists and public transportation. Building upon previous studies, the LandWorks team made use of a detailed survey that was developed for the project in order to present designs that would be feasible in terms of permitting and construction. With the development of cost estimates and recommended phasing strategies, LandWorks worked closely with the Town to advance a streetscape project that will address the highest priority components and be within the Town’s budget. A successful and inclusive public process ensured that recommendations responded to the actual desires of the community, and creative designs for gateway structures, wayfinding signage, landscaping, and public art garnered enthusiastic praise.