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The Executive Office of Transportation will hold two public informational meetings as part of the I-95 South Corridor Transportation Study to address transportation issues along I-95 from Route 128 in Canton to the Rhode Island state line, including issues along Route 1 and I-495 from Route 1A in Wrentham to Route 140 in Mansfield. 

The meetings will be held in an “open house” format that will include exhibits and presentations of existing conditions, future conditions as well as the study goals, process and progress to date.  Dates, times, and locations are:

Tuesday, June 16, 2009 – 6:00 to 8:00 pm
North Attleboro Middle School Cafetorium
564 Landry Avenue, North Attleboro

Wednesday, June 17, 2009 – 6:00 to 8:00 pm
Coakley Middle School Auditorium
1315 Washington Street, Norwood

The first meeting in North Attleboro will focus on I-95 and Route 1 south of I-495.  The second meeting in Norwood will focus on I-95 and Route 1 north of I-495.  These are the first in a series of three sets of public informational meetings.    Learn more about the I-95 South Corridor Transportation Study at the project website.

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