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Everett Transit LogoMassDOT is hosting an Everett Transit Action Plan Community Meeting on Wednesday, April 13, 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM, Edward G. Connolly Center, 90 Chelsea Street.

Project planning staff will present:

  • A complete list of potential transit improvements
  • Initial evaluations of improvements, based on project goals
  • Improvements warranting further evaluation
  • Potential short term recommendations

We have received feedback from you and your fellow transit riders on potential improvements to transit service in Everett and have come up with a full list of potential ideas. Our staff has done a preliminary evaluation of all of these ideas and is now looking for your reactions to our results. MassDOT, City of Everett, and project team staff will be at the meeting and look forward to hearing your feedback. Your participation is needed to help us ensure that we are on the right track to recommend the best improvements for Everett!

A presentation followed by a question and answer session will begin promptly at 6:30 PM.

Meeting flyers are available on the project website in English, Spanish, Portuguese, and Haitian Creole. Please share them with anyone you think might be interested in this project.

Visit the project website to sign up for email alerts, view presentations and materials from past meetings, and learn more about this important project. For questions or concerns, please email Jennifer Slesinger, MassDOT Project Manager, at Jennifer.Slesinger@state.ma.us or call 857-368-9800.

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