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Second Community Meeting - Mass Ave Dudley St to Alewife Brook Pkwy



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  • North Cambridge


Join us to discuss plans for Mass Ave from Dudley St to Alewife Brook Pkwy in relation to the Cycling Safety Ordinance. The meeting format will consist of:

  • A brief presentation by City Staff.
  • Community feedback period - speakers will be unmuted to share questions and feedback; due to the expected volume of public participation, time is being limited to 1 minute per speaker.
  • Closing remarks by City Staff.

City staff will be taking detailed notes during the community feedback period and will review the feedback following the meeting to see how it can inform the updated plan.

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Participants will be allowed to speak and ask questions following a short presentation by city staff.

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On the day of the webinar, you can join by clicking this link or by entering the Meeting ID 857 4619 0372 directly into Zoom. If you would like to listen by phone, call 929-436-2866 and enter Meeting ID 857 4619 0372.

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