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MassDOT contractors will begin the rehabilitation of the historic Longfellow Bridge linking Boston and Cambridge in the spring of 2013. The project will be completed in six phases.

This animation vividly portrays the phased process of reconstructing the bridge serving vehicles, the MBTA Red Line, pedestrians and bicyclists.

 

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