The beginning stages of work will require daily lane closures on the upper and lower decks of the bridge during off-peak hours. Permanent lane restrictions will take effect in approximately two weeks in mid-April, weather permitting. As in the previous two years of the project, the lane restrictions will remain in effect through the fall of 2014.
This is the third year of a three-year, $44.8 million bridge preservation project. MassDOT’s contractor is Liberty-Alpha Joint Venture. To learn more about the project, we invite you to visit the Tobin Project website.
Boston: Route 203 Project Public Meeting Set posted on Jan 13
MassDOT has scheduled a Public Information Meeting to discuss the proposed Route 203 Improvements Project from West Selden Street to Gallivan Boulevard in Boston as follows: Thursday, January 19, 6:00 PM, Mildred Avenue Middle School, Auditorium, 5 Mildred Avenue, Mattapan The purpose of this public …Continue Reading Boston: Route 203 Project Public Meeting Set
Freight Plan Public Open House Set posted on Jan 10
MassDOT’s Freight Plan is a strategic planning document that will define a short and long-term vision for the freight system in Massachusetts and identify solutions to current and future challenges to the freight system. The first Open House for the Massachusetts Freight Plan has been …Continue Reading Freight Plan Public Open House Set
Toll Plaza Demolition, Reconstruction Public Meetings Begin posted on Jan 9
MassDOT this week in Westborough will hold the first of four public meetings to update the public on the status of the implementation of All Electronic Tolling and the progress of demolishing existing toll plaza infrastructure and reconstructing the roadway. Representatives of MassDOT will discuss …Continue Reading Toll Plaza Demolition, Reconstruction Public Meetings Begin