Allston I-90, Massachusetts Turnpike Interchange Improvement Project (7 Responses)

Next Thursday, April 10th at 6:30PM will be the first public meeting held by MassDOT to discuss the Allst0n I-90 Massachusetts Turnpike Interchange Improvement Project (#606475) at the Jackson Mann Community Center, 500 Cambridge Street in Allston.  This $260 million project to straighten the MassPike will have an indelible impact on the neighborhood.  The project will open up a significant tract of land to development and change the way Allston and North Allston connect to each other, the river and the region.  The improvements will facilitate the transition to all electronic open road tolling, reducing congestion along this stretch of the Turnpike.  Senator Brownsberger will be in attendance.  You can view a copy of the MassDOT meeting notice here.

As part of the public process, MassDOT will convene a task force for the project.  I will be serving on the task force as the representative of Senator Brownsberger.  I welcome your input, you can post your comments below or email me: [email protected]

Neighborhood activists have banded together, calling for a “People’s Pike” – you can follow their efforts on Facebook and Twitter.

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

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