Public Meeting with MBTA Officials on the Future of the Green Line (3 Responses)

WHAT: A public meeting with MBTA officials, who will discussĀ the future of the Green Line

WHEN: Thursday, May 31 from 7 – 8:30 PM

WHERE: Jackson Mann Community Center | 500 Allston Street, Brighton

This meeting is open to the public and all are encouraged to attend to learn more and ask questions about the MBTA’s vision.

For more information, please contact Quinn Diaz at (617) 722-1280 or [email protected]

The meeting is jointly sponsored by Senators Brownsberger and DiDomenico, Representatives Honan and Moran and Councilor Ciommo.

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