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Medford, I-93 Overnight Repairs, August 4, 2010 All four lanes of Interstate 93 Northbound in Medford are reopened for the morning commute. 

MassDOT crews worked through the night to repair the bridge deck on Interstate 93 in Medford.  Congratulations to the MassDOT District 4 crew and all employees who worked non-stop over two days to repair the roadway. 

Crews began concrete replacement to repair the potholes just before 10:00pm and completed repairs earlier this morning.

The ramp from Roosevelt Circle to Route 28 South has one lane open for the morning commute.  Valley Street will remain closed to through traffic.

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