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Further changes have been made to the 75-percent plan for the Mass. Ave. Corridor, Adam Auster reports on his blog, Word on the Street.

Earlier changes had spurred concern from those who have long supported the project. The latest design replaces two crosswalks with one and removes a pedestrian crossing island and other safety features that had been part of the plan.

Read the post here >>


Related links to Mass. Ave. project:

June 14, 2011: 4-1 selectmen vote pushes avenue project toward 75% goal | Word on the Street, April 6, 2011: Design phases in process | April 13, 2011: 345 hear speakers for, against

Globe, Aug. 8, 2009: Eric Berger's cause | E. Arlington Concerned Citizens (Part 2) | Livable Streets Coalition | Town project information


This story was published Monday, April 23.

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