Post Content

Fichter, Kate
Posted by Kate Fichter, Green Line Extension Project Manager

Helpful materials from the recent Station Design Workshops are now available for your review and download from the Green Line Extension website. We appreciate your participation in the Workshops and hope that these materials are helpful to you.

In addition, please note that we have also posted to the Green Line Extension website a series of technical reports associated with the historic and archaeological reconnaissance survey performed for the Green Line Extension project.

The Green Line Extension Project Team will be hosting additional opportunities for public participation in the autumn. Meeting information will be made available soon.

As always, if you have any questions on the Green Line Extension project, you can email Kate Fichter at katherine.fichter@state.ma.us.

Written By:

Recent Posts

Bay State Bike Week is Almost Here! posted on Apr 29

Bay State Bike Week is Almost Here!

What could be better than April breaking the 70 degree mark? The beginning of May, because we’re getting ready for Bay State Bike Week! Every May, Massachusetts residents and bike commuters come together to celebrate human-powered, two-wheeled transportation during Bay State Bike Week. This year,   …Continue Reading Bay State Bike Week is Almost Here!

Ashland: Governor Baker Reviews MBTA Infrastructure Investments Progress posted on Apr 28

Ashland: Governor Baker Reviews MBTA Infrastructure Investments Progress

Governor Charlie Baker today visited a Keolis work site in Ashland to review the progress on infrastructure upgrades the MBTA is making as part of a larger effort the MBTA, its Fiscal and Management Control Board (FMCB) and leadership are making to improve service, access,   …Continue Reading Ashland: Governor Baker Reviews MBTA Infrastructure Investments Progress

Walk & Bike to School Day May 4th! posted on Apr 28

Walk & Bike to School Day May 4th!

Students Across the Commonwealth Will Be Celebrating Massachusetts Walk and Bike To School Day on May 4th. Double knot those shoelaces, and pump up those tires as Massachusetts Walk and Bike to School day is fast approaching. This is the 7th consecutive year for the   …Continue Reading Walk & Bike to School Day May 4th!