Freetown – Rte 140 SB – Closed from exit 9-8
Freetown – Narrow St. Bridge
Freetown: Route 24 NB & SB @ Exit 9, ramps closed due to washout of Narrows Road & South Main Street Area.
Holbrook – Route 37 between Quincy St and South St – road flooded and detoured
Taunton – Route 44 road flooding near Taunton River – Route 44 detoured at Long Meadow Rd
EB in Taunton and South Street in Raynham WB
Dighton – Route 138 at Muddy Cove – detour Hart St to Elm St to Main St back to Route 138 – road flooded and detoured
Westport – Route 6 EB & WB at Bread and Cheese Brook flooded over road – detour being implemented around this area
Plainville – Rte 1 SB – Closed due to flooding
Saugus – Rte 1 NB and SB some standing water in right travel lanes south of Essex St.
Billerica Be prepared for detour at Rte 3A at Shawsheen River as river is rising.
Danvers, Right lane closed due to potholes, 114EB from Garden St. to traffic light at Wal-Mart.
Lincoln – right lane restricted 2A EB at Brook Rd.
Lincoln – Route 2 EB (at Lexington Road) 1st travel lanes closed. WB lane opened 3:25AM.
Woburn – Maple St. (local roadway) closed at base of ramp 93N to Montvale Ave
Burlington Drivers should be aware that the shoulder (not travel lanes) is closed at Ramp – Route 128 SB to Rte 3A.
Chelmsford – 495 SB reports of stormwater sheeting across roadway. Drive carefully.
Woburn – Salem St closed due to flooding (Aberjona River).
North Andover – Right lane restricted Rte 114 E at 1271 Turnpike St.
Wilmington – Lane restricted Rte 38 South of Rte 62 due to water coming off tracks.
Woburn – Washington St. right lanes closed, left lanes getting by.
Haverhill – City closed flooded ramp 495SB at exit 52.
Haverhill – Rte 110 at Kenoza Lake, lanes restricted due to wetland flooding.
On the MBTA, portions of Bus routes 134, 215 and 230 are being diverted due to flooding.
Norwood Airport currently closed to fixed-wing aircraft due to Neponset River flooding.
MBTA Green Line First Countdown Signs Live in Newton posted on Apr 25
Transportation Secretary Stephanie Pollack announced that the MBTA Green Line’s first countdown signs have been activated at Newton Centre and Newton Highlands Stations on the D branch. “These signs provide customers with additional information that they haven’t had before, making customers’ commutes more predictable,” said Secretary …Continue Reading MBTA Green Line First Countdown Signs Live in Newton
Massachusetts Walk and Bike to School Day: May 6th posted on Apr 23
The day is approaching quickly! On Wednesday, May 6th, thousands of elementary and middle school students will participate in hundreds of events within Massachusetts communities as they walk and bike to school. Massachusetts Walk and Bike to School Day is a statewide event through the …Continue Reading Massachusetts Walk and Bike to School Day: May 6th
MBTA Customer Appreciation Day: Friday, April 24 posted on Apr 21
The MBTA on Customer Appreciation Day, Friday, April 24th, will offer FREE service all day and is also now offering 15 percent discounts on weekly and monthly passes in May to show appreciation for customers choosing to take the T. A total of 16 MBTA …Continue Reading MBTA Customer Appreciation Day: Friday, April 24