Wednesday,March 16, 2016
Boston Convention Exhibition Center
415 Summer St, Room 154
At last month's public meeting, IndyCar Boston, organizers of the Boston Grand Prix, offered to meet with residential buildings individually to address specific building questions regarding the event.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding how the Boston Grand Prix may impact your building and daily activities/quality of life, please contact Ken Ryan or Kate Norton to arrange for the IndyCar Boston team to meet with your building.
The Boston Grand Prix is scheduled to take place Labor Day weekend 2016 with the option to run through 2020. Past presentations and Boston Grand Prix letter of intent with the City and State agencies are available online at Fort Point Neighborhood Association. February and March schedule of deliverables as outlined in the letter of intent are:
2/8: Final traffic management plan
2/22: Final construction management plan
3/1: Draft of regional transportation and public outreach plan
3/30: Public comment deadline to City of Boston's Public Improvement Commission
3/31: Public Improvement Commission Approval Deadline
3/31: Final regional transportation and public outreach plan
|Revised track course as of 3/3/2016|
View most recent draft of the detailed track course.
Prior Boston Grand Prix posts
originally posted 3.4.16