Cambridge City Councillor Dennis Carlone has announced that the City Council's Transportation and Public Utilities Committee will conduct a public meeting to address the traffic, transportation and access to transit issues in the Fresh Pond/Concord Avenue/Alewife area, with a view toward understanding the impact of recent development trends in the area.
The meeting will be Chaired by Councillor Carlone, and will feature participation from Vice Mayor Dennis Benzan along with Nadeem Mazen and other city councilors and the following invitees:
Brian Murphy, Assistant City Manager, City of Cambridge.
Sue Clippinger, Director, Traffic, Parking, and Transportation, City of Cambridge.
Iram Farooq, Acting Deputy Director, Community Development Department.
Bill Deignan, Transportation Program Manager, City of Cambridge.
Jonathan Hecht, State Representative, 29th Middlesex District
Tim Snyder, Chief of Staff, The Office of State Senator Pat Jehlen
Jan Devereux, President, Fresh Pond Residents Alliance
Kathryn Madden, Facilitator, Cambridge Conversations
Matthew George, Founder & CEO of Bridj
Karen Dumaine & Michele Brooks, Alewife Transportation Management Association
With the City of Cambridge stepping forward into a comprehensive Master Plan process, Councillor Carlone is working with residents, stakeholders, and other officials to explore future transportation options and improvements to this vital section of the city.
The meeting will feature presentations from Bill Deignan and Sue Clippinger, followed by a panel discussion and public comment. Please use this form to RSVP, and be sure to add any additional suggestions in the comments section.
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