MassDOT and Cambridge Delegation to host ethanol train meeting


Cambridge Delegation Partners with MassDOT to Host Ethanol Train Meetings

The Cambridge legislative delegation invites residents, homeowners, local businesses, and community organizations to join them for two public forums about a plan proposed by Global Partners to transport ethanol through the City of Cambridge using the existing rail system. To facilitate participation, two forums will be held. The first meeting will occur on June 4 at 5:30 PM at the King Open School, 850 Cambridge St., Cambridge. The second meeting will take place on June 5 at 6:15 PM at Graham and Parks School, 44 Linnaean St., Cambridge.

Representatives from the Massachusetts Department of Transportation will present the findings of their ethanol safety study and answer questions from the public. Following this presentation, elected officials will facilitate an open discussion about the proposed plan and explore opportunities for public involvement.

The meetings will be hosted by the Cambridge legislative delegation, including Representatives Toomey, Decker, Rogers, and Hecht, and Senators Petruccelli, DiDomenico, and Jehlen.

MassDOT’s ethanol safety study and related documents can be found at

Any questions regarding the meeting may be directed to Dan Weber at or (617) 722-2380.