Yes. In conjunction with the road modification plan along Clyde Street, Lee Street, and Newton Street, there will be advance communications and signage encouraging and advising daily commuter to seek alternate transportation routes around The Country Club during the week of the U.S. Open Championship. Commuters can expect to begin seeing educational signage on key thoroughfares roughly two (2) weeks in advance of the championship.
The alternate commuter routing signage plan is designed to keep non-Championship daily commuters traveling on:
- Primary Commuter Routes (open to public): Route 9/Boylston Street, Hammond Pond Parkway, West Roxbury Parkway, VFK Parkway, Centre Street, and Jamaicaway
- Secondary Commuter Routes (open to public, expect increased congestion): Heath Street, Hammond Street, Newton Street, Allandale Road, Lee Street, Warren Street, Cottage Street, Perkins Street, Walnut Street
“Limited Access”/Restricted Roadways (residents only, not open to the public or daily commuters):
- Clyde Street – between Heath Street and Lee Street intersections
- Clyde Street – between Lee Street and Newton Street intersections
- Lee Street – between the Lee/Warren/Heath Street rotary and Clyde Street intersections
- Newton Street – between Grove Street and Goddard Avenue intersections
*Residents living on or in neighborhoods within these “Limited Access”/Restricted Roadways will receive additional instructions in the Spring of 2022. Please read more in the “When will I know if my street/neighborhood will be impacted by the U.S. Open traffic” section below.