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All comments should be submitted within 30 days of the publication of this report, or by May 12, 1975.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Page I - Environmental Assessment Form I-l II - Introduction and Summary Description of the Proposed Action II-l Organization of the Environment Impact Report ■ II-2 Summary of Environmental Impacts and Mitigating Measures II-3 III - Description of the Ambulatory Care Center Purpose and Scope of Project III-l History of Ambulatory Care the the MGH III-l Objectives of the Ambulatory Care Center III-9 Components of the Ambulatory Care Center III-9 Relationship of the ACC to Planning and Objectives and Constraints III-12 Use of the Ambulatory Care Center III-15 Cost and Financing of the ACC III-16 IV - Alternatives to the Proposed Site for the Ambulatory Care Center Overview IV- 1 Option One: No Build/Delayed Option IV-2 Option Two: Alternative Uses for Proposed Site IV-6 Option Three: Alternative Site Selection for the ACC IV- 7 Sites Rejected from Further Consideration IV-9 V - Description of the Environment Environmental Surroundings V-1 Enviornmental Considerations V-6 VI - Environmental Impacts and Mitigating Measures of the Ambulatory Care Center Introduction VI-1 Land Use VI-4 Development Plans VI-7 Zoning VI-11 Transportation VI- 14 TABLE OF CONTENTS (CONTINUED) Page Energy Utilization VI-34 Subsurface Conditions: Geology and Hydrology VI-35 Natural Resources VI-46 Utility Infrastnucture VI-47 Water Quality VI-54 Air Quality VI-60 Noise Level VI-69 Solid Waste • VI-83 Aesthetic Impacts VI-88 Television and Radio Reception VI-99 Historical Impacts VI-100 Pedestrian Level Wind Effects VI-104 Employment VI- 112 Retail Trade VI-114 Economic Effects on Adjoining Land Owners VI-115 Municipal Services VI-117 Relocation VI-118 VII - Design and Performance Criteria to Minimize Harm Introduction Wind Air Quality Views Shadows Noise Level Hydrology/Geology Utilities Vehicular Circulation Parking Truck Service Pedestrian Circulation Transit Accessibility Relocation of Support Facilities Tradeoffs Among Criteria VII-1 VII-3 VII-4 VII-6 Vl I-7 VII-8 VII-9 VII-10 VII-11 VII-29 VII-33 VII-36 VII-40 VII-42 VII-48 Appendices A Letters from the Community B Noise Measurement Techniques C Subsurface Soil Analysis D Comments on the Draft EIR and Responses to those comments A-1 B-1 C-1 D-1 LIST OF TABLES Page III-l Visits to the MGH Campus and Emergency Ward III-3 1964-1974 III-2 MGH Ambulatory Care by Type of Service 1973 III-4 III-3 Visits to Neighborhood Health Centers 1970-1974 III-5 III-4 Estimated Growth in Ambulatory Care Visits 1974-1980 III-IO III-5 Estimated Growth in Total MGH Patients, III-IO Staff, and Visitors III-6 Maximum Daily Physician Visits by Specialty III-15 III-7 Daily MGH Campus Population and Activity V-1 Traffic Volumes in Impact Area V-12 V-2 Measured Ambient Noise Levels V-15 VI-1 Traffic Voliimes in Relation to VI-15 Capacity and Level of Service VI-2 Peak Hour Level of Service, 1975 VI-16 VI-3 Numerical Estimate of Daily Arrivals at MGH by Mode VI-17 VI-4 Percent Estimate of Daily Arrivals at MGH by Mode VI-18 VI-5 Estimate of Total Daily Parking Requirements, 1975 VI-20 VI-6 Use of Parkman and Fruit St.

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June 30, 1975 NOTICE OF COMMENTS Comments on this draft environmental impact report are encouraged.

Garages VI-21 VI-7 Duration of Stay at Parkman and Fruit St.

Garages VI-21 VI-8 Projected 1980 Conditions on External Streets VI-24 VI-9 Peak Hour Levels of Service, 1980 VI-24 VI-10 Automobile Increase Under 1980 Build VI-25 and No Build Assumptions VI-11 Additional Traffic Burden VI-25 VI-12 Tabulation of Additional Space Needs, 1980 with ACC VI-27 VI-13 Daily Parking Requirements, 19 VI-27 VI-14 MGH Building Foundations and Bearing Materials VI-41 VI-15 1980 MGH Utility Demand Without the ACC VI-52 VI-16 1980 MGH Utility Demands with the ACC VI-52 VI-17 Projected Utility Loads for the ACC VI-53 VI-18 Comparison of 1980 MGH Utility Demands VI-53 VI-19 Inventory of Utility Lines on ACC Site VI-53 VI-20 Mesoscale Analysis: Estimates of Transportation- VI-64 generated Pollutants within the MGH Complex VI-21 Background Conditions for Sulfur Dioxide and Suspended Particulates, 1974 VI-65 VI-22 Impact of Ambulatory Care Center on Air Pollution VI-66 Generation within the MGH Complex VI-2 3 Carbon Monoxide Levels Resulting from Total Traffic VI-67 Flow Adjacent to Sensitive Receptors (PPM) : Typical and Worst Case Meteorological Conditions VI-24 Total Carbon Monoxide Levels at the Proposed VI-68 Ambulatory Care Center Due to Grove and Cambridge Street Traffic (Wind Parallel to the Ambulatory Care Center) LIST OF TABLES (CONTINUED) Page VI-2 5 Noise Level and Relative Loudness of Typical VI-70 Noise VI-26 Estimated Construction Noise and Duration of Construction Phase VI-71 VI-27 Construction Noise Level Impact VI-75 VI-28 Components of MGH Solid Waste, 1970 VI-83 VI-29 Relocation of Activities Now in Moseley and VI-118 Walcott Buildings Appendix B-1 Measured Ambient Noise Levels B-2 Usage Factors of Equipment in Nonresidential Construction B-3 Immediate Abatement Potential of Construction Equipment LIST OF FIGURES Page III-l Certificate of Need Alternative III-2 III-2 Clinics Visits to the MGH III-8 III-3 MGH Ambulatory Care Center III-ll IV-1 Site Constraints and Critical Factors IV-3 IV-2 No Build Alternative IV-4 V-1 Map of Immediate Project Area V-2 V-2 Present Ambient Noise Levels • V-16 VI-1 Existing Land Use Patterns VI-5 VI-2 Area Development Plans VI-8 VI-3 Traffic Impact Area VI-14a VI-4 Map Showing Original Shoreline VI-36 VI-5 Photograph of Original Shoreline VI-37 VI-6 Site Constraints & Critical Factors VI-38 VI-7 Boring Location Plan VI-39 VI-8 Generalized Soil Profile VI-40 VI-9 Contour Plan VI-42 VI-10 Utility Map VI-48 VI-11 Boston Marginal Conduit VI-55 VI-12 Boston Marginal Conduit Outlet to Boston Harbor VI-56 VI-13 Boston Marginal Conduit Outlet to Fruit Street VI-57 VI-14 Construction Noise Levels VI-76 VI-15A Effect of ACC on Bulfinch Courtyard VI-89 VI-15B Effect of ACC on MGH Entrance VI-90 VI-16 Area of View Shaded by ACC VI-94 VI-17 Summer Solstice VI-96 VI-18 Winter Solstice VI-97 VI-19 Yearly Surface Wind Rose VI-105 VI-20 Certificate of Need Alternative VI-107 VI-21 Wind Effects VI-108 VII-1 Scheme A VII-13 VII-2 Scheme Bl VII-14 VII-3 Scheme B2 VII-15 VII-4 Scheme CI VII-16 VII-5 Scheme C2 VII-17 VII-6 Pedestrian Circulation VII-37 VII-7 Bicycle Storage Facility Locations VII-44 VII-8 Oxygen Tank Relocation VII-46 ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT FORM Introduction In accordance with the Executive Office of Environmental Affairs (EOEA) guidelines for preparing impact statements.

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