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Waterloo continues to seek input for parking, accessibility study

The Village of Waterloo is continuing to seek input from residents, employees, and businesses in partnership with the Genesee Transportation Council to conduct the Village of Waterloo Circulation, Accessibility, and Parking (CAP) Study.

The purpose of the study is to develop a set of strategies and an implementation plan for improving the accessibility and safety of pedestrian and bicycle connections in downtown Waterloo. The availability of parking in downtown will also be assessed.


The Study Area extends along Main Street (Routes 5 & 20) and Virginia/Washington/Fayette Streets (Route 96), including connections to Village anchors such as Oak Island, the downtown business core, municipal parking areas, parks, the school campuses, and the Cayuga-Seneca Canal Trail.

As part of the study, the Steering Committee would like input and opinions on existing conditions and potential improvements within the Study Area.

Residents can fill out the survey by clicking here.



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