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Boston RDM Transit FlierMassDOT is committed to public outreach and working with communities to continually improve the public transportation system.

As part of that commitment in the Roxbury, Dorchester, and Mattapan communities of Boston, three public kickoff meetings will be held to work with neighbors in the future enhancement of MBTA service. 

The meetings will be held tomorrow, Saturday, January 8 and next week on Wednesday, January 12, and Thursday, January 13.  See the details below left.

More information is available on the MassDOT website at: www.mass.gov/massdot/rdm

 

 

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