Will the fire apparatus be able to navigate the Lincoln street safely?

Yes. HFD fire apparatus and ambulances frequently travel up and down Lincoln Street. A traffic study has been conducted as part of the design.  Safe access and egress of fire trucks and ambulances to and from the site has been factored into the design.  Additional signaling will be installed along Lincoln Street (Rte. 3A) as part of the Project, to control vehicle traffic to allow fire trucks and ambulances to enter Lincoln Street.

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1. How did you choose the exterior design of the building?
2. Where is the proposed Hingham Public Safety Facility Building site?
3. Why do we need to build a new Public Safety Facility?
4. What is the expected construction timeline?
5. What are the sustainability goals for the project?
6. Have any cost cutting measures been taken so far during the design phase?
7. How many garage bays will there be?
8. What will the exterior design look like(3 pictures)?
9. What happens if the project is not approved?
10. Will the fire apparatus be able to navigate the Lincoln street safely?
11. Will we have to buy new fire trucks for this new station?
12. Will we have to hire more firefighters to staff the new station?
13. How may I find answers to additional questions that were not answered here?