Senator Brownsberger hosted a public meeting on October 23 at which MBTA personnel outlined a proposal to consolidate four Green Line stops along Commonwealth Avenue. The project would turn BU West, St. Paul, Babcock, and Pleasant into two fully accessible stations to help reduce travel times and improve safety.
Approximately 60 members of the public attended and provided feedback on the proposal. We provide the meeting comments and questions here.
You may also be interested in viewing the BNN news segment with Senator Brownsberger and Erik Stoothoff, Chief Engineer of MBTA Design and Construction.
If you would like to be added to an email distribution list that we compiled from the meeting sign in sheets for future announcements, please provide a comment below or email Andrew Bettinelli at Andrew.Bettinelli@masenate.gov.
Consolidation of stops is a good idea, this project must be planned and scheduled simultaneously with the roadway project.In addition a plea to preserve the few remaining Olmsted era elms near Sullivan Tire.
Thank you for the website.
Well taken points!
Consolidation of the stops makes a lot of sense to me.
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