Masonic Avenue Street Design Community Workshop

"At the meeting, MTA Staff will give a presentation on existing
conditions and community members will share their ideas and vision for a
better Masonic Avenue, which will help shape MTA future
recommendations. Come share your experiences on the road and speak to
the importance of safety and comfort for people walking and biking on
the street."

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