Event: Transportation Planning for Allston Landing Interchange

Not sure if Allston Landing is in Will’s district, but some folks might take interest in this discussion on Wednesday, June 13, 2018 (5-7 PM), sponsored by Harvard’s Graduate School of Design and Harvard Alumni Association.

https://huevents.harvard.edu/profile/form/index.cfm?PKformID=0x48109abcd

“Join fellow alumni and hear from Joseph Beggan, Senior Manager for Transportation, Harvard Planning Office on the changes occurring in Allston and Harvard’s role in the area. The 1-90 Allston Interchange Improvement Project is a unique opportunity to knit together pieces of Boston separated by the construction of rail infrastructure in the 19th century and the Massachusetts Turnpike extension over a half-century ago. When is too early or too late to make serious transportation plans? How is this all being paid for? What is Harvard’s role short-term and long-term?

Following the presentation, guests are encouraged to attend Aeuronaut Allston, a summertime beer garden hosted at Zone 3, 267 Western Avenue.”

 

Published by Geoff Dutton

Belmont resident since 1998. Technical write/editor and essayist.

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