By MyFM's Rick Michaels - The Senior Project Manager for Downtown Holliston’s Traffic Improvement Project along the Washington Street Corridor has completed an analysis of the traffic conditions, following the signalization of three-intersections now about one-year later. At the request of the Town of Holliston and based on analysis and observations conducted in the field a 35-page report was sent to Holliston Town Administrator Jeff Ritter recommendations were made by McMahon Associates, for adjustments at the traffic signals to improve traffic operations, during the peak and off-peak hours. Traffic volumes have generally decreased and that may be attributed to changes in travel patterns as the work was being done. In the report's conclusionthe traffic signalization of Washington Street in downtown Holliston, has vastly improved conditions for pedestrians in the business district and improved safety for vehicles exiting onto Washington Street from the side streets. However the flow of traffic is now interrupted by the traffic signals resulting in traffic congestion which still may be present during peak periods even with some minor changes to the traffic signal equipment.