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MassDOT has the latest information about road closures, below:

Peabody- Route 128 southbound emergency complete resurfacing is required due to severe road deterioration caused by recent weather.  Work will continue through the Thursday AM commute.  A significant morning commuter impact is expected.  Plan accordingly.  Message boards in place.


Littleton- Route 119 culvert repair continues, with a signed detour route in place  

Wayland- Route 20 westbound at Weston/Wayland town line- Closed  

Concord- Route 2 westbound to Sudbury Rd. left turn lane closed 

Freetown – Route 140 SB closed between Exit 9 and Exit 8 
New Bedford/Freetown – Route 140 closed between Exit 7 & 8 e 

Taunton/Raynham – Route 44 closed between Arlington Street (44 EB) in Taunton to South St (44 WB) in Raynham – Route 44 WB is allowing access to businesses to Route 104 intersection, all other traffic detoured at South St

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