Mass DOT Public Meeting – I 90 / I 495 Improvement

The Massachusetts Department of Transportation held a Public Meeting to discuss the I-495/I-90 Interchange Improvement Project on November 16, 2017 in Westborough Town Hall.

The purpose of discussions is to achieve the goal of providing a safer and more efficient crossroads of the Interstate Highways I-495 and I-90 (the Massachusetts Turnpike) which is a high volume area for motor vehicles and is used by nearly half of freight truck traffic entering eastern Massachusetts.

You may view this meeting anytime On Demand by clicking the link below:
Mass DOT Public Meeting – November 16, 2017

MassDOT held a public meeting in Westborough Town Hall on Thursday, November 16, 2017 regarding the proposed I-495/I-90 Interchange Improvement Project in Hopkinton, Westborough and Southborough in an effort to hear public input and to provide community members with the background and current status of the project.

MassDOT hosted this public meeting (and another in Hopkinton) to coordinate with key stakeholders in order to receive input on the project’s purpose and need. Future activities will also include selecting a preferred alternative design for the interchange, completing design work, and environmental analysis and permitting, with community input and public outreach occurring throughout these phases.

Previous work has included completing a one-year study on potential changes to the interchange as well as environmental notifications, coordination with state, local, and federal stakeholders, ground surveying, and traffic data collection.

The purpose of discussions is to achieve the goal of providing a safer and more efficient crossroads of the Interstate Highways I-495 and I-90 (the Massachusetts Turnpike) which is a high volume area for motor vehicles and is used by nearly half of freight truck traffic entering eastern Massachusetts.

For more information please visit the project website.

 

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