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Shoukry Elnahal
Posted by Shoukry Elnahal, Deputy Chief Engineer for Bridges & Tunnels

This month, the Accelerated Bridge Program held public information meetings and public hearings across the state to inform people about bridge projects.

The next ABP public hearing this month is Thursday.

A Design Public Hearing will be held to discuss the proposed replacement of Bridge No. C-05-036, Mountain Road over Hartwell Brook in Charlemont.

WHERE:   Hawlemont Regional Elementary School, 10 School Street, Charlemont

WHEN:    Thursday, May 27, 7:00 PM

Please visit the MassDOT Highway Division on the web and use the calendar to view details about this and other upcoming events. At each of the public information meetings, MassDOT will provide project information, gather public comments and answer any questions you might have about the project.

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