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Boston Starts Outreach For Hyde Park Ave. Bus and Bike Improvements

February 17, 2020

Planners from the City of Boston and the MBTA held their first open house on Tuesday evening in the city’s Hyde Park neighborhood to solicit ideas for “complete streets” and transit-priority improvements to Hyde Park Avenue, a major transit corridor and one of the only north-south routes into the neighborhoods of Hyde Park and Readville.

The MBTA’s route 32 bus, which runs along the length of Hyde Park Avenue from the Forest Hills terminus of the Orange Line to Wolcott Square and the Readville commuter rail stop at the end of the Fairmount Line, ranks among the MBTA’s ten busiest bus routes, with over 10,000 average daily boardings.

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