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The Executive Office of Transportation (EOT) today announced a meeting to discuss transportation issues in Mattapan.  The topics of discussion will include passenger amenities at Mattapan Station, progress on Ashmont Station and its relationship to the Mattapan High Speed Trolley service, and the Fairmount Line Improvements project (including Blue Hill Avenue Station). The meeting will also serve as an opportunity to provide the community with a summary of the recent Community Planning Workshops for the 28X Bus Enhancement project.

The Mattapan Transportation Meeting will be held on:

June 30, 2009 – 5:30pm – 7:30pm
Mildred Avenue Middle School
5 Mildred Avenue, Mattapan

Transportation Secretary James A. Aloisi, Jr. and area legislators are scheduled to attend. 

Learn more about the 28X Bus Enhancement project.   

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