Mayor Joseph A. Curtatone and Ward 1, 2, and 3 City Councilors McLaughlin, Scott, and Ewen-Campen, invite you to a community meeting on plans to ground McGrath Boulevard. The meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 22, at 6:30 p.m., at the East Somerville Community School Auditorium at 50 Cross St.
The preliminary design phase of MassDOT’s McGrath Boulevard Development Project is complete. It includes a corridor concept that would replace the Rte. 28 McCarthy Overpass with a boulevard at street level to support safer pedestrian and cycling routes as well as reconnect the Somerville neighborhoods separated by Route 28. The conceptual design includes two lanes for automobile travel in each direction, wide sidewalks, and landscaping including a large number of trees as well as specialized lanes, signals, and intersection features for cyclists.
Although construction funding for the project will not be available until 2026, community participation during this planning phase is important for helping to ensure the community’s goals for the corridor are realized. City staff from the Transportation and Infrastructure Division, as well as MassDOT staff, will be on hand to provide a status update and answer questions. For more information, please visit email@example.com.
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