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Taunton Holloway St Bridge, May 10, 2012MassDOT contractors are making major progress this week in the reconstruction of the Holloway Street Bridge over Route 140 in Taunton.

Workers are seen installing precast center deck sections of the bridge on Thursday, May 10, left. 

Other northbound deck sections were installed earlier this week, and work is now completed on northbound bridge piers, caps, and backwall.  Next steps include installation work southbound.

The $2.3 million project includes a new bridge superstructure constructed on the existing piers. The project is expected to be completed in fall 2012.

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