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MassDOT is providing the latest information as of Friday morning regarding state roadways affected by this week's storm.  See the latest list below. 

Wayland – Route 20 at Rte 27 remains closed at Wayland Center.  There remains local closures on Route 27 between Wayland and Sudbury.  For closures in the Sudbury area, check out the Sudbury website with interactive map.

Pepperell- Crews are currently clearing and sweeping debris from the Route 119 roadway, Pepperell. Opening is estimated at 1:00PM today.

Newbury – Route 1SB (@ Middle St./Hanover Rd.)- Right travel lane remains closed – crews on scene estimate completion by Noon.

Billerica – Route 3A @ Concord River between Treble Cove Rd. & Bridge St.- All Lanes Open 

Lincoln – Route 2 EB @ Lexington Road- All Lanes Open

Topsfield – Route 1 @ Ipswich River between Route 97 & Salem Road- All lanes open

Braintree – Route 37 at Hancock St.-Open

Middleton – Route 114 @ Ipswich River- All lanes open

Taunton – Flooding, on Rte 44 Westbound between, Rte 138 (Broadway/ Weir St/) and Rte 104 (S Main St) Rte 44 East and West closed, due to flooding, between Route 104 in Raynham and Longmeadow Road in Taunton.

This is a list of roads under state jurisdiction.  Other local roads may still be affected.  For closures in the Concord and Sudbury areas, check out the Sudbury website and Concord website.

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