The South Coast Rail Project will host the second of two civic engagement meetings in Fall River on Thursday, September 17. An Executive Office of Transportation project team presentation will be followed by discussion. Meeting date and location:
September 17, Fall River Heritage State Park, Visitor Center, Davol Street, Fall River Open House – 6:00 to 7:00 pm; Presentation and Q&A – 7:00 to 8:00 pm.
More than 30 people from several communities including Attleboro, Norton, Stoughton and Raynham attended the first public meeting in Raynham September 14, viewing information about the proposed route alternatives and asking questions about topics including grade crossing safety and noise.
Learn more about the South Coast Rail project.
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