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Kendall Square Task ForceThe Kendall Square Mobility Task Force invites you to a Community Open House on Thursday, October 15, 5:30-7:30pm, Kennedy-Longfellow School, 158 Spring Street, Cambridge.

You may view maps, meet our project team and share your ideas. There will be a short presentation at 6:15pm.

The next public meeting of the Kendall Square Mobility Task Force will be on Monday, November 16, 4:00-6:00pm, Cambridge Innovation Center, One Broadway, Cambridge.

The Kendall Square Mobility Task Force led by MassDOT is working to identify projects and policy initiatives in support of the continued success of Kendall Square.

Existing mobility issues and deficiencies, coupled with planned growth in Kendall Square and East Cambridge, have created a need to develop a transportation strategy to address local and regional mobility needs and mitigate potential future impacts.  Projects and initiatives will be considered that are technically and financially achievable over the short, medium, and long-term horizons. The Task Force will consider the capacity of connections into and within the Kendall area.

Please visit the Kendall Square Mobility Task Force website to view a summary and documents.

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