The Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation, in collaboration with the Cities of Cambridge and Watertown, will host a final public meeting relative to the Mt. Auburn Street Corridor Study on Tuesday, January 31, from 6 – 8 PM at the Shady Hill School Assembly Hall, located at 56 Coolidge Avenue, Cambridge. The meeting space is fully accessible and can be accessed by MBTA bus routes 71 and 73. In the event of a snow emergency, the makeup date will be Thursday, February 2 at the same time and location.
The purpose of this meeting is to gather feedback from the Cambridge and Watertown communities on the Mount Auburn Street Corridor Study. The project team will present long and short term improvement options, benefits and traffic analysis associated with each, as well as changes made as a result of community feedback from the last public meeting. They will also collect the community’s comments, concerns, and ideas related to the final concepts before submitting the final report.
Questions, concerns, or requests for information can be directed to: Mary Catherine McLean, DCR, at (617) 626-1443 or MaryCatherine.McLean@massmail.state.ma.us.
Visit the project website for background details and materials from previous stakeholder and public meetings.