Much of the B&T article can be found here.
State Rep. Michael Moran, D-18th Suffolk, has asked Harvard to schedule a public meeting before the summer to provide details of his talks with Boston and state officials. “Given the additional development that the covers will generate for Harvard, my constituents would like to know the University’s intentions for the development of air rights,” Moran wrote in a May 9 letter to Harvard Executive Vice President Katie Lapp, obtained by Banker & Tradesman.
Harvard has committed to building a platform over the Turnpike and the former CSX rail yard for the project, according to the correspondence. In his letter, Moran said a “high-level development plan” is needed and asked for more details on the type, size and density of future Harvard development.
MassDOT is discussing cost-sharing options and “creative financing techniques” for the I-90 project with Harvard and the city of Boston, according to an agency statement.
Boston Mayor Michelle Wu’s office did not immediately respond to a request for comment.