Monday, May 14, 2012
Edwin Chan of Boston succumbed to injuries following a Route 9 motorcycle crash Friday.
A 25-yar-old Boston man died Friday at an area hospital due to injuries caused by a motorcycle accident on Route 9. Edwin Chan of Boston was pronounced dead at Newton-Wellesley Hospital after police found him lying in the roadway following a crash on Route 9 near the Route 16 bridge and Wellesley Fire Department, according to Wellesley Police Lt. Marie Cleary. “The motorcycle struck a concrete barrier on the right side of the road that separates the Route 9 westbound travel lane from an onramp,” according a statement on the Wellesley Police website.
Tuesday, February 7, 2012
The following information was supplied by the Wellesley Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.
Driver Pulled Over, Arrested for Warrant-Related Motor Vehicle Related Charges Scott E. Ashton, 33, of Manchester, N.H. was arrested on Route 9 last week for warrant related charges after being pulled over for a faulty brake light. Wellesley Police Office Conor Ashe was on patrol in the area Feb. 1 when he observed Ashton’s van’s right rear brake light was out. He pulled Ashton over, and upon doing a routine check of his license, Ashe found there was a warrant out for the driver’s arrest for motor vehicle related charges. Passenger in Vehicle Arrested on Warrant-Related Charges Terrance Rutledge, 31, of Roslindale was arrested last week on warrant-related charges after an officer conducted a routine check on his license revealing a warrant…
Wednesday, November 16, 2011
The study will look into signal timing and peak hour traffic.
The town’s traffic engineer will study traffic signals in the town’s “loop” beginning next year, as decided at Monday’s Special Town Meeting. Town Meeting appropriated $34,800 from parking meter receipts to fund an evaluation of traffic signal timing in the town’s traffic loop, a system of 12 networked signals at intersections which run between the Route 16/Route 9 bridge at the Wellesley Community Center to Wellesley College and along Kingsbury and Linden streets. The study is directed toward finding deficiencies in signal timing, according to Advisory Committee reports. Beta Engineering will analyze information stored in the software that operates the system and turning movements at six of the loop’s intersections – which include …