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SilverLine_0174 You are invited to attend two public meetings on the Route 28X Project to dramatically improve bus service in Roxbury, Dorchester, and Mattapan.  The public meetings:

Monday, August 31, 6pm, Mildren Avenue School, Mattapan

Wednesday, September 2, 6pm, Dudley Branch Library

The Patrick Administration plans to spend more than $115 million in federal stimulus funds to speed travel, shorten boarding times, and provide more seating and other amenities along the MBTA Route 28 corridor.  Learn more about Route 28X and the community engagement plan.

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