EVENT: Community Meeting on the Northern Avenue Bridge

The City of Boston invites you to a

Community Meeting on the Northern Ave Bridge

Wednesday, November 28, 2018 from 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
6:00 PM Open House & 6:30 PM Presentation

District Hall, Assembly Room
75 Northern Ave, Boston, MA
 

Built in 1908, today’s Northern Avenue Bridge was in service for over a century, before it was closed in 2014. The City of Boston will be reconstructing this iconic span, reimagining it to improve mobility, honor history, strengthen resiliency and create a new destination along Boston’s shore. The City has convened a Mayoral Advisory Task Force to assist in designing and programming the new bridge. The City invites you to lend your voice and help build a bridge that meets the needs of Boston’s next century.

The meeting will begin with an open house where participants can view project materials, learn more about the current bridge’s structural analysis, mobility evaluation, placemaking and design process, and speak with members of the Project Team. The presentation will begin at 6:30 PM, followed by time for Q+A.  

Please download the meeting flyer and share it with anyone who may be interested in attending. If you have been forwarded this email and would like to receive future updates, please sign up here

We hope to see you on November 28!

To learn more about the Northern Avenue Bridge project, you can visit the project website: www.boston.gov/northern-ave. Questions or comments? Email us at Team@NorthernAveBridgeBos.com. 

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