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Mass Ave Improvement- Dudley to Beech, Roseland to Waterhouse

Location

St. John's Church Parking Lot 2254 Mass Ave.

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Contact

Kate Riley
kriley@cambridgema.gov
617-349-4870

Description

MASS AVE IMPROVEMENTS- Dudley to Beech, Roseland to Waterhouse

Pop-Up Community Meetings

The City is committed to implementing separated bike lanes on Mass. Ave. to improve safety, consistent with the Cambridge Bike Plan (cambridgema.gov/BikePlan2020) and the Cycling Safety Ordinance (cambridgema.gov/CyclingSafetyOrdinance).

For these two sections of Mass. Ave., City staff must get Council approval by the end of April 2022 on a timeline for implementing separated bike lanes. The implementation could include a combination of quick-build and construction.

We want to know what you think!

On Wednesday, November 10th, a video presentation about the project will be available to view on the project website (cambridgema.gov/MassAve4A).

You are then invited to attend one of the Pop-up Community Meetings listed below to ask questions, give feedback, and learn more about the project.

  • Saturday, November 13th, 10AM-12PM Cambridge Common (Waterhouse & Mass Ave)
  • Saturday, November 13th, 2PM-4PM St. John’s Church Parking Lot (2254 Mass Ave)
  • Monday, November 15th, 3PM-6PM St. John’s Church Parking Lot (2254 Mass Ave)
  • Tuesday, November 16th, 3PM-6PM Cambridge Common (Waterhouse & Mass Ave)

For more information about the project, visit the website (cambridgema.gov/MassAve4A) via the QR Code. Questions or comments? Contact kriley@cambridgema.govor 617-349-4870.

We hope you can attend as we value the feedback we get from residents and businesses.

The City of Cambridge does not discriminate on the basis of disability. The City will provide auxiliary aids and services, written materials in alternative format and responsible modifications in policies and procedures to qualified individuals with disabilities upon request given 48-hour notice.

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