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Casey Arborway 'Can Continue As Planned'

A state office, reviewing the state’s environmental filing, determined the project can proceeed as planned.

Casey Arborway 'Can Continue As Planned'

The Casey Arborway project will continue as plan, according to a state office.

The Jamaica Plain Gazette reported Friday the Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act Office said the state can move forward with the project as planned.

The Massachusetts Department of Transportation filed a report with MEPA for review in November.

The Casey Arborway project will remove the dilapidated Casey Overpass and replace it with an at-grade roadway network. The project will drastically change the look of Forest Hills, including a change to Shea Circle, which a state board opposes.

The Gazette reports there will be a meeting regarding Casey in February. 

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