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South Coast Rail May 2019 Track Installation Complete After Culvert Work, BerkleyA New Bedford Public Information Meeting on the South Coast Rail Project is scheduled as follows:

Tuesday, September 17, 6:00pm, Keith Middle School Auditorium, 225 Hathaway Blvd., New Bedford

MassDOT/MBTA and the City of New Bedford are hosting a Public Information Meeting on the South Coast Rail Project for residents of New Bedford. The South Coast Rail project team will present a project update, a discussion of the benefits of the service, and the new location for North New Bedford Station. The City will also discuss its planning program around the station areas.

Similar meetings will be scheduled in other communities as the project advances.

To download a meeting flyer in English, Spanish, or Portuguese, please see the event page on the project website.

For more information about the South Coast Rail Project, please visit the project website.

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