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Stonybrook Neighborhood Slow Streets meeting

Join us for a public meeting about the pilot diverter in the Stonybrook neighborhood.

At this meeting, we will discuss the outcomes of the Dungarven diverter pilot project. We will share a summary of data and observations collected before, during, and after the diverter was installed, as well as resident feedback.  For more information on the purpose of the diverter, click here

Meeting participants will help to provide direction on how we move ahead in addressing the safety concerns that were raised. Presentation materials and a feedback form will be available after the meeting for those unable to participate.

Visit the Stonybrook Neighborhood Slow Streets page for more information about the zone. 


Interpretation and translation services are available to you at no cost. If you need them, please contact us at hannah.fong@boston.gov or 617-635-1347.

6:30pm
144 McBride Street
Cafeteria - RM 250
Boston, MA 02130
Price:
FREE
Contact:
Hannah Fong
Neighborhood:
Jamaica Plain
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