MassDOT Adds Cape Cod Meeting To Statewide Community Forum Tour

TRANSITWEST BARNSTABLE – State officials are gauging the input of the public on future highway and transportation investments and projects, and now have added a meeting on Cape Cod.

Officials will be on hand at Cape Cod Community College on Thursday November 5 at 6:30 PM at the Tilden Arts Center as part of the Capital Conversations Tour. The meetings are an attempt for residents to provide input on what is important to them, how the department is doing and what MassDOT can do to serve the community better.

“They definitely want to hear from residents and to see what’s of interest to them to their region, what intersections, what roadways are important to them, so there’s a lot of important conversations,” said Glenn Cannon, technical services director with the Cape Cod Commission. “They definitely want to hear about projects, they also want to hear about the higher end of it too.”

The Capital Conversations will help guide MassDOT with their five year Capital Investment Plan process.

That process will determine how the department prioritizes their largest investments, covering everything from highway and municipal projects to regional airports and rail and transit.

Representatives from the Highway Division, the MBTA, the Registry of Motor Vehicles and MassDOT’s Aeronautics Divisions will be on hand to gather input, concerns, questions and thoughts.

A separate meeting will be held in Plymouth at town hall on October 29 from 6 to 8 p.m.

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