Submitted by the Hull Redevelopment Authority
HRA invests in public transportation. Last year, the Hull Redevelopment Authority funded a pilot program that linked the Pemberton ferry to the Nantasket Junction train station in Hingham. This year, the HRA has awarded a grant to the Hull-Nantasket Chamber of Commerce for a weekend Hull-O-Trolley service connecting the MBTA ferry at Pemberton to the MBTA train at Nantasket Junction. Two trolleys will have regular stops within the community to ensure that visitors can travel to Hull via train or boat and leave their automobiles at home. The trolleys are also open to residents.HRA property use for summer 2022. The license to operate the public parking lots on the HRA property this summer has been awarded to Henry Dunn/Dunn Rite Parking, Inc. HRA parking lots also will be open to Hull residents with a valid 2022 town parking sticker displayed on their vehicles.
In addition, the “triangle lot” at the corner of Nantasket Avenue and Water Street will be operated by the Town of Hull for residents with a valid parking sticker. The lot at the corner of Bay Street and Nantasket Avenue is leased to Nantasket Beach Resort and is for its use only.
Northeast Surfing will be the vendor/concessionaire operating at the HRA lots.
The event spaces at Hull Shore Common and The Gazebo are available for reservation by application, which can be found on the HRA website, www.HRA02045.com.
Upcoming HRA meetings. HRA meetings are held on Monday nights at 6:30 p.m. on April 11, April 25, May 9, May 23, and June 6. Until further notice, all HRA meetings will be virtual; access information can be found on the town’s website, www.town.hull.ma.us and on the HRA website, www.HRA02045.com.