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October 27, 2016

Officials look into connector to ease Brunswick Landing congestion

File Photo / Tim Greenway
File Photo / Tim Greenway
Steve Levesque, executive director of Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority in Brunswick.

The popularity of the Brunswick Landing business campus has town officials looking for ways to alleviate traffic woes that one board member said are worse than when the Navy base was still open on the property.

"That's what's known as a healthy problem," Steve Levesque, executive director of the Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority told town officials, according to The Times Record. "We're sitting here just five years down the road and now we're having traffic problems. But we're dealing with it."

Brunswick Town Manager John Eldridge said that the town is looking into building a connecting road between Gurnet Road and Admiral Fitch Avenue, The Times Record reported.

Eldridge added that the town has already begun the process of gathering preliminary information for the connector road including concept designs and traffic analysis.

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