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CNC Transportation Meeting: Traffic Flow Between Bunker Hill and Medford Streets
The Charlestown Neighborhood Council Transportation Committee will hold a meeting with the Boston Traffic Department and Charlestown residents to discuss the direction of traffic flow on the six one-block ladder streets which run between Medford Street and Bunker Hill Street to the east of St. Francis de Sales Church—namely, Belmont, Sackville, Cook, Allston, Pearl and Mystic streets.
The traffic flow to be discussed is to alternate the direction of the traffic flow on these streets so that on three streets (Belmont, Cook and Pearl), traffic will continue to flow from Bunker Hill Street to Medford Street and on the alternating three streets (Sackville, Allston and Mystic), traffic will flow from Medford Street to Bunker Hill Street.
All Charlestown residents are invited to participate in this meeting.
The meeting will be held in the St. Francis de Sales Church lower hall, on Medford Street.
More About St. Francis de Sales Church
At the top of Bunker Hill sits St. Francis de Sales Church, a Catholic place of worship founded on Sept. 11, 1859. The church is home to North America's largest crucifix, which hangs in gold from its decorated ceiling. Only eight pastors have served in the church since its inception, the current one leading the congregation since 1979. Mass is celebrated daily. The church offers help to women suffering from post-abortion depression and youths in need of guidance.
Other events here
- Sunday Mass Weekly on Sundays, 9:00 am