Join the MIT Grand Junction Planning Advisory Committee, and have an impact on the future of MIT Campus Planning! The first meeting in on Wednesday, May 7th, 2014 from 3:30pm to 4:30pm in the Aruba Conference room inside MIT Building NE49. Email your resume and a short statement to email@example.com by Thursday, April 17th, 2014. MIT has agreed to conduct a study of the feasibility of allowing a regional bicycle and pedestrian path on the property it owns along the Grand Junction railroad track, focused on the land from Main Street to W59. The City of Cambridge has been interested in this for some time, but MIT has had a number of unanswered questions about the compatibility and safety of such a pathway in this location. MIT is hoping that this study can provide a shared understanding of the nature of the opportunity and the associated challenges. MIT plans to have faculty and student representation, along with Cambridge residents and officials, on a small advisory group to respond to the study as it is performed by a consultant yet to be selected. There will be approximately six meetings of the advisory group, starting with a review of the consultant RFP, proposal review, and then providing reaction to study progress and the draft report. The final report is to be submitted to the Cambridge City Council no later than September 2014. Have an impact on the future of MIT!
Seeking Graduate Reps for the MIT Grand Junction Planning Advisory Committee by Apr. 17!
April 16, 2014