Thursday, July 31, 6:00pm, Public Safety Building, 220 Washington Street, Somerville.
Green Line Extension construction is underway and will involve periodic traffic impacts near the Medford Street Rail Bridge for the next six to eight months. Please join the MBTA and the City of Somerville for a meeting to present the construction schedule for the Rail Bridge area, and all associated traffic diversions. The GLX team along with Barletta Heavy Division, Inc., Phase 1 contractor for the project, will present information and answer questions. Thank you in advance for your patience. This work is an important step in bringing the Green Line to Somerville.
The Green Line Extension project will extend existing MBTA Green Line service from a relocated Lechmere Station in East Cambridge to Union Square in Somerville and College Avenue in Medford
As always, if you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the Green Line Extension Project at 855-GLX-INFO (855-459-4636).
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