MassDOT Community Forums continue in April as part of the You Move Massachusetts Civic Engagement Initiative. The dates and locations are below:
Tuesday, April 6th, 9:30AM-11:00AM
State Transportation Building – 10 Park Plaza, MBTA Board Room, 3rd Floor.
Tuesday April 20th, 6:00PM-7:00PM
Hyannis, Intermodal Center
The April 6 meeting in Boston will include an overview of the MassDOT Aeronautics Division and Transportation Planning. The April 20 meeting in Hyannis will include an update on regional Highway Division projects along with a Regional Transit update. All community forums provide ample opportunity for questions and discussion.
Visit the MassDOT Information Center on the web to learn more about previous forum presentations.
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