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By Jack Landsiedel


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FRAMINGHAM – The Framingham Traffic Commission approved a stop sign for Genardy Way at Livoli Road at its May 16 meeting.

Currently, traffic is being redirected off of Edmands Road through the residential neighborhood onto Edgell Road, said the City of Framingham Director of Transportation Engineering Simon Alexandrovich.

“In the future, it will also be used as the detour for [the] Nobscot intersection” construction project, said the DPW employee.

Drivers turning off of Edmands Road onto Genardy Way must now stop before they proceed onto the detour, which eventually ends at Edgell Road. 

Framingham Police Lt. Harry Wareham, who is the police representative on the Commission, said the detour has had minimal impact on traffic through the neighborhood.

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Proposed stop sign location.

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Jack Landsiedel is a Framingham resident and graduate of Stapleton Elementary School, Christa McAuliffe Charter School, and Framingham High School (Class of 2020). He is a rising senior at the University of Maryland, College Park where he is majoring in Government & Politics with a minor in International Development & Conflict Management. He is looking forward to studying abroad at Queen Mary University of London this fall and exploring nearby countries. In the future, he hopes to pursue a career in Washington D.C. involving policy, leadership, and sustainability. This summer, he is a SOURCE intern covering government & politics.

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