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New traffic patterns have developed with new school start times – how you can help…

Have you found yourself caught up in traffic you weren’t expecting this last week? Last fall, the School Committee decided after several years of study to move our system in line with the latest research on adolescent sleep needs and adjust the district’s start times. This fall, our new school start times have shifted some of our traffic patterns for residents on our local streets. 
You are seeing more traffic near roads leading to the elementary schools earlier than last year, primarily between 7:30 and 8am, and more on roads leading to the middle and high school later than last year, primarily between 8 and 8:30am.
If you have the flexibility to do so, consider some minor adjustments to your travel schedule to work around the patterns of buses and those driving to the schools.
As residents adjust their timing and road selection over the coming weeks, we expect many of these backups to alleviate themselves somewhat. But, as in prior years, traffic to the schools in the time before opening has always generated some delays. Please help yourselves and our traveling buses by adjusting as you can to avoid these times and places.
Arthur Unobskey
Superintendent, Wayland Schools

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