On the weekend of April 26th, it will be necessary for the GLX Phase 1 Contractor, Barletta Heavy Division, Inc., to close Harvard Street between Main Street and Boston Avenue for the purposes of structural steel erection for the rebuilding of the Harvard Street rail bridge.
The road will be closed to traffic starting on Saturday, April 26th at 2 AM and will reopen on Monday, April 28th at 4 AM.
It will be necessary that the sidewalks under the Harvard Street bridge will be closed to pedestrian traffic at this time as well.
The approved traffic detour for the Harvard St. closing can be found on the GLX Phase 1 construction page.
Thank you in advance for your cooperation. This work is an important step in bringing the Green Line to Medford. Should you have any questions please feel free to contact the Green Line Extension at 855-GLX-INFO (459-4636) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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