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Littleton Culvert Replacement 5 March 30, 2010
MassDOT has an early afternoon update on state roadway flooding impacts, including several roads added to the closure and restricted travel list in southeast Massachusetts.  The latest information is below:

Middleboro – Route 28 near the Log Cabin Restaurant – road flooded cars getting by

Middleboro – Route 105 SB one lane closed under Route I-495 overpass, road flooded

Lakeville – Route 18 along Assawampset Pond (between Highland Road and main St intersections) – road flooded cars getting by



Holbrook – Route 37 between Quincy St and South St – road flooded and detoured

Raynham – Route 138 near Great American Pub (North of Route I-495) – road flooded cars getting through

Wrentham – Route 1 Northbound north of Thurston Street has embankment water rushing down to roadway – the area is clear at this time with all basins open

Taunton – Route 44 road flooding near Taunton River – Route 44 detoured at Long Meadow Rd Eastbound in Taunton and South Street in Raynham westbound

Dighton – Route 138 at Muddy Cove – detour Hart St to Elm St to Main St back to Route 138 – road flooded and detoured

Somerset – Route 138 at Buffington St – police detouring around the flooded road

Freetown – Route 24 Northbound & Southbound High Speed lanes flooded and closed

Fall River – Route 24 Southbound closed at Exit 5 (President Ave)

Westport – Route 6 Eastbound & Westbound at Bread and Cheese Brook flooded over road – detour being implemented around this area

Uxbridge – Rte 146A Southbound at Mill St. water over the road
Wayland – Rte 20 Westbound at Rte 27- Right turning lane closed only
Holliston – Rte 16, 1 Mile east of Milford town line, closed

NOW OPENED – Canton – Ramp 138 Southbound to 93 Southbound 

Route 119 Littleton remains closed due to a failed culvert.  MassDOT crews and contractors are working around the clock and coordinating with local emergency personnel to rebuild the culvert, seen above.

Concord Turnpike in Concord closed at the junctions of Routes 2 and 2A

Swansea – Route 195 Eastbound at exit 3 closed

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