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freight-plan-bannerMassDOT is hosting the second Open House for the Massachusetts Freight Plan as follows:

Thursday, March 9, 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM, The Conference Center at Bentley University, Room 325ABC (Third Floor), 175 Forest Street, LaCava Campus Center #300, Waltham

The second Freight Advisory Committee (FAC) meeting will take place immediately before the open house on March 9 from 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM at the same location and is open to the public.

MassDOT’s Freight Plan is a strategic planning document that will define a short and long-term vision for the freight system in Massachusetts and identify solutions to current and future challenges to the freight system.

At the Open House, the public can learn about and discuss freight issues and trends with industry experts, and provide input on the Freight Plan development.

View the meeting flyer for more information.

Visit the Freight Plan website for more information and to view the Freight Plan Technical Memorandum and sign up for e-mail updates.

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