Grand Junction Shared-Use Path - Transportation Committee meeting

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Cambridge City Councillor Dennis Carlone has scheduled a meeting of the Transportation and Public Utilities Committee on Wednesday, March 25, to receive updates and discuss next steps for a shared-use, rails-with-trail path along the city's Grand Junction corridor.

This will be a continuation of last year's meeting that brought together all of the key stakeholders, including the city's Community Development Department, the Friends of the Grand Junction Path, MIT, the Cambridge Redevelopment Authority, the Massachusetts Department of Transportation, and other key advocates.

Meeting Agenda:

  • Councillor Carlone will welcome attendees and provide a brief introduction to the project.
  • City Staff will provide an overview of the project, including a walk through main segments of the Grand Junction corridor, discussion of key issues and next steps.
  • Kelley Brown, MIT Senior Planner and Chair of MIT's Grand Junction Advisory Committee, will discuss the findings of MITs recent study of the path concept, Grand Junction Community Path and MIT Property Feasibility Study.
  • Cambridge Redevelopment Authority, Tom Evans, Executive Director.
  • Massachusetts Department of Transportation, Matt Cebobroski.
  • Friends of the Grand Junction Path, John Sanzone and Rachel Burckardt.
  • Public Comment -- all are welcome to speak.
  • Closing remarks by city councillors

Please RSVP to receive updates on this meeting.

WHEN
March 25, 2015 at 4pm - 6pm
WHERE
Cambridge City Hall
795 Massachusetts Ave
Sullivan Chamber
Cambridge, MA 02139
United States
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CONTACT
Mike Connolly, Aide to Councillor Carlone · · (617) 349-4279
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  • commented 2016-04-14 17:46:35 -0700
    It is not clear to me that the Grand Junction, specifically the RR bridge under the BU Bridge or the approaching the Boston side, either one, is part of the Pike straightening and re-tolling project projected to cost over $285 million.
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