Transportation Officials Seek Input on Proposed South Coast Rail Designs

MassDOTBOSTON – MassDOT and the MBTA are working on a proposal to restore passenger rail service between Boston and the South Coast and are seeking input from residents.

A series of public meetings next month will be held to provide an update, discuss next steps and gather feedback.

Designers are considering a new connection making use of the existing MBTA Stoughton Commuter Rail Line. Design work for this route is about 15 percent complete.

Officials are also considering an alternate route that could potentially be designed and constructed more quickly than the Stoughton route.

All of the public meetings begin at 6:30 p.m. and will be held on the dates and at the locations below.

  • Wednesday, September 7th, New Bedford

Greater New Bedford Vocational High School Auditorium

1121 Ashley Boulevard

  • Monday, September 12th, Taunton

Bristol Community College – 2 Galleria Mall Drive

  • Wednesday, September 14th, Fall River

Bristol Community College – 777 Elsbree Street

Building G, Commonwealth College Center, Faculty Lounge

  • Thursday, September 15th, Easton

Middle School Auditorium – 98 Columbus Avenue

  • Monday, September 19th, Canton

Canton High School Auditorium – 900 Washington Street

  • Thursday, September 22nd, Middleborough

High School Auditorium – 71 East Grove Street

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