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Green Line Advisory Group of Medford (GLAM)

Station Design Work Group (DWG) - Information

Mission Statement
Announcements of Public Meetings
Phase I Construction Notices to Abutters
GLAM Public Comments
FTA New Starts Regulations
MAPC Community Visioning Process
Abutter Notices
State EPA Response to FEIR
Station Design Work Group
Transit Studies
State Implementation Plan and Annual Reports
Green Line Extension Budget Cost
Project Links
American Planning Association
Preliminary Station Sitings Awaiting Analysis
EOT Methodology Presentations
MBTA Disability Lawsuit Settlement Status
Media Links
You Move Masschusetts
Contact Us

MassDOT has announced the appointed members to its Green Line Extension Station Design Working Group on design and engineering phase.  See information from Station Design Work Group meetings below.
This group's next meeting can be found on the Public Announcement page.

Station Design Work Group Minutes and other information

GLAM's public comments to Station Design Work Group - Nov. 14, 2010

November 8, 2010 Minutes

August 9, 2010 Minutes

Station Design Subcommittee Minutes and other material

Minutes of Dec. 6, 2010

Design Principle Matrix (from 120610 meeting)

Minutes of November 16, 2010

Minutes of October 19, 2010

Minutes of October 5, 2010

Design Station Work Group Chat Group and administrative structure

Station Design Work Group Chat Discussion (please note the public can only observe, but not participate, within the discussion.

Station Membership

Draft Outline of Station Design Work Group Tasks and Public Meetings

Station Design Work Group Meeting Ground Rules

Station Design Work Group co-Chair Responsibilities


Public Concerns on Land Use Development

Public comments for each station

If you put in an application to Mass DOT to be on the Station Design Workshop group and received a rejection letter, we would like to know about it.  Contact us at

Purpose of Station Design Workshop Group

As part of the upcoming Preliminary Engineering phase of the Green Line Extension project, MassDOT has assembled a group of local citizens, MBTA officials, municipal representatives and business representatives to form the Green Line Extension (GLX) Design Working Group. This working group will advise MassDOT on the design of six new stations proposed for the neighborhoods of Brickbottom, Gilman Square, Lowell Street, Ball Square, College Avenue, and Union Square, as well as the Community Path, relocation of Lechmere Station and construction of a vehicle maintenance facility. Working group members will review design plans, gather and share local input and help plan public design events. On average, the group will meet quarterly, although there may be more frequent meetings as Preliminary Engineering begins. MassDOT is committed to a strong public outreach process that will help create a Green Line Extension that best meets the needs of future riders, the corridor municipalities and the MBTA.