MassDOT with the City of Fall River and the Southeastern Regional Planning and Economic Development District will host a Fall River Depot Station Area Workshop to present a station concept plan. The Workshop is scheduled for:
Wednesday, January 13, 2010, 5:00-7:00 PM
Water Street Cafe, 36 Water Street, Fall River
The South Coast Rail project proposes a new train station and intermodal center at Route 79 and Davol Street. The new station will anchor redevelopment in the surrounding neighborhood. The event sponsors invite residents, business owners and officials to discuss concepts for the future revitalization of the neighborhood. Presentation of the concept plan will occur at 5:30, followed by discussion and public input.
Check out the South Coast Rail website for more information on the project and the Economic Development and Land Use Corridor Plan. For more details on the event, contact South Coast Rail Project Director Kristina Egan, 617-973-7314.
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