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Framingham Main St Bridge Reopens 30NOV09The Patrick-Murray Administration today announced the reopening of the Main Street Bridge over the Sudbury River in Framingham. 

The $1.6 million project involved reconstruction of the bridge using several sections of the existing historic bridge, including steel trusses and granite foundation blocks.   The MassDOT Highway Division’s contractor on the Town-owned bridge project is James A. Gross, Inc.

The Main Street Bridge had been closed for several years and designs addressed Town desires to maintain and reuse historic components of the original bridge.  The reopened bridge provides additional commuter access to Route 9 in Framingham.  Check MassDOT Highway projects here.

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