State transportation officials hosted the 25 percent design phase hearing for the Casey Arborway project last night.
The project will involve a teardown of the over 60-year-old Casey Overpass bridge above Forest Hills, and the building of an at-grade network of roads in the area.
The project will reshape the Forest Hills landscape. Forest Hills MBTA station will undergo a few changes, and Shea Circle will become Shea Square.
Some residents oppose the project, others have been in favor, but there has been no shortage of opinions. Now that the project has reached the 25 percent design phase, it is going to move forward.
How do you feel the project has progressed thus far? The public had the opportunity to sound off about the project last night; do you feel the community is on one page regarding Casey Arborway, or does the area'a population continue to be divided on the issue?