I-90 Viaduct Interchange Improvement Project Letter

Senator Brownsberger and his colleagues representing Allston and Brighton, sent a letter urging MassDOT Secretary Richard A. Davey to establish a stakeholder working group for the I-90 Viaduct Interchange Improvement Project.

January 9, 2014

Secretary Richard A. Davey
Massachusetts Department of Transportation
10 Park Plaza, Suite 4160
Boston, MA 02116

Dear Secretary Davey,

The I-90 Viaduct Interchange Improvement Project has the potential to dramatically improve quality of life in the surrounding neighborhoods.  We are writing to urge you to establish a stakeholder working group so that community input is incorporated from the outset of project design.

There are many different groups, active in the neighborhood that may warrant inclusion in this process.

The I-90 Viaduct Interchange Improvement Project is more than a transportation project, it has the potential to fundamentally change the way Allston and North Allston connect to each other, the river and the region.  We appreciate your consideration of this proposal.


Senator William N. Brownsberger
Second Suffolk and Middlesex

Senator Sal N. DiDomenico
Middlesex and Suffolk

Representative Kevin G. Honan
17th Suffolk

Representative Michael J. Moran
18th Suffolk

Councilor Mark Ciommo
Boston City Council, District 9

View a copy of the letter here

One reply on “I-90 Viaduct Interchange Improvement Project Letter”

  1. MassDOT has responded to our letter above. MassDOT will initiate an I-90 Brighton-Allston Interchange Improvement Task Force that will convene this spring and conclude its work in July of 2014. You can view a copy of MassDOT’s letter here.

    We do not yet know the final composition of the task force but we will continue to post more information about this task force as it develops.

    Andrew Bettinelli
    Legislative Aide
    Office of State Senator William N. Brownsberger

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