Post Content

Callahan Tunnel, February 28, 2014MassDOT Highway Administrator Frank DePaola says construction work is on schedule as part of the $19.3 million rehabilitation of the Callahan Tunnel.  DePaola provided the media with an update during a tour of the tunnel structure. The tunnel is scheduled to reopen on March 12, 2014. The work performed by contractor McCourt Construction has included replacement of the concrete deck and installation of pre-fab curbing.

The work schedule following the tunnel reopening includes additional work during the next several months requiring overnight closures between 11p.m. and 5a.m.

Three main detour routes have been established to handle traffic to East Boston through the Ted Williams Tunnel/Massachusetts Turnpike Eastbound, over the Tobin Bridge, or for motorists coming from points north– along Route 16 East to 1A South.

For more detailed information on the detour routes and printable maps, please visit: www.mass.gov/massdot/callahantunnelrehab

Boston Logan Travelers are strongly encouraged to take Logan Express or Public Transportation to Logan International Airport. There are also Water Transportation Services to the airport from Quincy/Hull and Boston. To view these options, visit Massport’s To and From Logan webpage.

Written By:

Recent Posts

Celtics Forward Jared Sullinger Says: Sign Up for a Celtics Plate! posted on Oct 20

Celtics Forward Jared Sullinger Says: Sign Up for a Celtics Plate!

The Registry of Motor Vehicles’ new Boston Haymarket Center received a special visitor today: Boston Celtics forward Jared Sullinger.  “Sully” joined Registrar Celia Blue to greet visitors, meet the staff, and encourage customers to sign up for the Boston Celtics Specialty License Plate. The Celtics   …Continue Reading Celtics Forward Jared Sullinger Says: Sign Up for a Celtics Plate!

EZPass: New Service to Reload Transponders, Pay by Plate posted on Oct 17

EZPass: New Service to Reload Transponders, Pay by Plate

MassDOT is supplementing All-Electronic Tolling at the Tobin Bridge with a new retail Cash Payment Network system. This program, which is now officially live, will allow cash preferred customers to pay their PAY BY PLATE MA invoices and replenish their MassDOT E-ZPass accounts at over   …Continue Reading EZPass: New Service to Reload Transponders, Pay by Plate

Governor Patrick Announces Fairmount Line Service Upgrades posted on Oct 16

Governor Patrick Announces Fairmount Line Service Upgrades

Governor Deval Patrick today joined MassDOT Secretary & CEO Richard A. Davey, MBTA General Manager Dr. Beverly Scott and state and local officials to announce a package of service upgrades to the MBTA‘s Fairmount Commuter Rail Line to improve the Line’s reliability, frequency and to   …Continue Reading Governor Patrick Announces Fairmount Line Service Upgrades