The USGA, The Country Club, Howard Stein Hudson, and The Town of Brookline (DPW and Police Department) conducted a comprehensive resident information session on January 10, 2022, concerning traffic plans in the immediate vicinity of The Country Club.
The USGA’s goal is to limit the inconvenience of Brookline residents as much as possible and to implement a parking and transportation plan that minimizes the impact on neighbors in the immediate proximity of The Country Club, allowing residents to continue with their day-to-day access and activities during the week of the championship. The USGA is working with the Brookline Police Department, Brookline DPW, hired traffic consultants (Howard Stein Hudson), and several local supporting agencies to identify and develop road modifications and traffic patterns necessary to host a safe, efficient, and secure championship at The Country Club. Public and private roadways in the immediate vicinity of The Country Club will be impacted and require further traffic and access control measures during the week of the championship.
The below graphics depict U.S. Open week (June 13-19) traffic patterns in the immediate surrounds of The Country Club. For more details and context on how these modified traffic patterns will be enforced, please view the January 10 public forum recording above.