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Green Line Extension LogoThe Green Line Extension team has an important update about ongoing project work in June. Starting this month and continuing over the next several months, contractors for the project will be conducting survey work on properties along the Green Line Extension corridor from Washington Street in Somerville to Winthrop Street in Medford. This work will support the continued design of the project.

Over the past month, notification has gone out to all property owners whose property will be surveyed. People who live and work in areas along the corridor may see these survey professionals and project support staff, who have been authorized to work on these properties. Work is typically conducted between 7AM and 4PM.

Check the Green Line Extension weekly schedule online. Should you have any questions please contact Joe Sgroi at the Green Line Extension at 617-996-0771 or email the project at info@glxinfo.com.

 

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