Recent developments and next steps for the Allston Multimodal Project

The Notice of Project Change (NPC) was published in August 2022. For opportunities for public input, please see below.

The I-90 Allston Multimodal Project has made advancements since the publication of the Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) in 2017. The purpose of the NPC is to update the status of the Project in the state environmental review process (MEPA) to align with these advancements. The NPC also provides a preliminary analysis of environmental effects associated with the Throat Area options which will be expanded upon in the Supplemental Draft Environmental Impact Report (SDEIR).

Opportunities for Public Input

On Monday 8/1, the Massachusetts Department of Transportation filed a Notice of Project Change with the Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act (MEPA) office for the I-90 Allston Multimodal Project.

To view the NPC electronically, please follow the links below to read or download the document.

Hard copies of the NPC can be accessed at the following libraries:

  • Boston Public Library, Copley Square
  • Boston Public Library, Honan-Allston
  • Cambridge Public Library, Broadway
  • Framingham Public Library
  • Worcester Public Library, Salem Street

The Notice of Project Change will be noticed in the Environmental Monitor on August 10.

Comments will be accepted through September 13. Comments can be submitted through the EEA Public Comment Portal.

To provide comments, email Alex Strysky.

Electronic comments are preferred; however, written comments may be mailed or hand delivered to the MEPA office. Office hours are 9 AM - 5 PM. Please address your letter to:

Beth Card, Secretary of Energy and Environmental Affairs
Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs
Attn: Alex Strysky, MEPA Office

EEA No. 15278
100 Cambridge Street, 9th Floor
Boston, MA 02114

For background information on the NPC, please follow the links below to view the materials from the June 16, 2022 Public Information Meeting.

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