MBTA Hosting In-Person & Virtual Meeting on Bus System Redesign

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Charlie Breitrose Buses like this one on the 71 bus will get priority heading toward Harvard Square on Mt. Auburn Street in the new Cambridge-Watertown Bus Priority Pilot program.

The following information was provided by MassDOT:

Bus Network Redesign’s proposed bus network map is now available for your review at MBTA.com/BNRD. This proposal for bus service will create a more equitable network with more frequent service, better connections, and more all-day service every day. You can view the full proposal here.

Systemwide Community Open House and Hearings

At the systemwide in-person open house, MBTA staff will be available to answer questions about the draft network map and take comments.

JULY 19, 2022, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Open House | Bus Network Redesign – Systemwide
Bruce C. Bolling Municipal Building, Boston, MA

At the systemwide hearings, MBTA staff will provide a presentation on the draft network map and take comments.

The virtual hearing will be held over Zoom, and a recording will be posted for those who cannot attend. Please pre-register using your email address. After you register, you will receive a confirmation email with instructions to join the hearing.

The in-person hearings will be recorded and posted for those who cannot attend.

JULY 26, 2022, 6:00 PM
Public Hearing | Bus Network Redesign – Systemwide (Virtual)
Virtual, Boston, MA
Register for the hearing

JULY 28, 2022, 6:00 PM
Public Hearing | Bus Network Redesign – Systemwide
Transportation Building, 2nd Floor, 10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA

Share Your Feedback by July 31

You can provide feedback on the proposed map in a variety of ways. You can attend an In-person or virtual public meeting or station open house (see list above) or provide feedback via our online feedback form at MBTA.com/BNRDfeedback. The online form is available in EnglishSpanish (Español)Arabic (العربية)Chinese – Simplified (汉语)Chinese – Traditional (漢語)French (Français)Haitian Creole (Kreyòl Ayisyen)Portuguese (Português), and Vietnamese (Tiếng Việt). We will stop accepting feedback on July 31.

You can also provide feedback by leaving a voicemail at 617-222-3011, or by mailing written comments to the following address:

MBTA
ATTN: Victoria Ireton
10 Park Plaza – Suite 3830
Boston, MA 02116

You can find more details about Bus Network Redesign and other Better Bus Project initiatives on the project website. We will continue to provide updates to you on these efforts and inform you of opportunities to provide your feedback.

Feel free to reach out to the Better Bus Project team at BetterBusProject@mbta.com with any questions and visit mbta.com/BetterBus to learn more about our ongoing efforts to improve the bus system.

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