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green-line-extensionThe Green Line Extension (GLX) Project will host a public meeting as follows:

Wednesday, January 30, 6:00 to 8:00 PM, East Somerville Community School Cafeteria, 50 Cross Street, Somerville

GLX project officials will make information available regarding:

  • The design status of 7 new GLX stations
  • Upcoming bridge closures and maintenance of traffic planning for vehicles, pedestrians, and bicycles
  • Community Path location and connections

The Green Line Extension (GLX) project will extend the existing MBTA Green Line north of its current terminus at Lechmere Station to further service the communities of Somerville, Cambridge, and Medford.

For more information on the GLX project, please visit www.greenlineextension.org

Questions or comments? info@glxinfo.com

To report urgent issues or concerns call the GLX Hotline (24/7) at 1-855-GLX-INFO (459-4636)

 

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