Public Meeting with MBTA Officials on the Future of the Green Line

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

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

3 replies on “Public Meeting with MBTA Officials on the Future of the Green Line”

  1. Is it relevant – and will there be discussion about – how this vision for the Green Line would improve service for Newton (specifically the 6 stations in Newton on the Riverside line)?

  2. The MBTA slide presentation was very quiet on funding sources. I would support a 10Ā¢ (ten cents) per gallon increase in the fuel tax. I would note that the current Massachusetts tax rate [$0.2654] is the second lowest of the New England states. With the increase we would still be lower than Connecticut.

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