GLX

GLX Update: Bye Bye, Lechmere. Hello, Broadway Bridge.

Hard to believe but the Green Line Extension is actually making progress. The last few weeks have seen a flurry of activity and the long-in-the-works project is finally, mercifully moving towards completion. And while our Big Dig-traumatized brains won’t accept GLX is a real thing until we see an undergrad barf on Tufts Station, we […]


What’s New: City Beat

City of Somerville begins construction on new “life sciences” building in Union SquareJoe Cutatone took to Facebook to announce that the city began construction on a “new life sciences building” in Boynton Yards this December. The building is part of a larger project to increase “extensive community benefits” in that part of the city, according […]


Historic Bike Ride: Tracking The T – Restoring Public Transit in Somerville

Join the Somerville Historic Preservation Commission and the Somerville Bike Committee for a 12-mile bike ride exploring the past, present, and future of public transit in Somerville! We will start at Somerville City Hall (93 Highland Ave.) and will hear from speakers at several stops, before ending with refreshments in Union Square. The ride is […]



Gilman Square Block Party

Come celebrate the T coming to Gilman Square. Hosted by the new Gilman Square Neighborhood Association in partnership with the City of Somerville, GLX Constructors, and the MBTA GLX team we are looking forward to a fantastic bash. Enjoy Tipping Cow Ice Cream, Winter Hill Brewing Company, Chubby Chickpea Food truck, Neighborhood Produce, live music, […]