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I-95 Add A Lane Project MapMassDOT’s I-95/Route 128 Add-a-Lane Project continues in 2016 in its 6th and final phase. The project when complete will add an additional travel lane on I-95 from Route 24 in Randolph to Route 9 in Wellesley. Current work continues on a 3.8-mile I-95 segment in Needham and Wellesley.

Barletta Heavy Division, Inc. is the prime contractor. Construction on the final phase began in January 2015 and is expected to be completed in Spring 2019. A portion of the new Kendrick Street Interchange is expected to be open to traffic in Fall 2016.

Work in mid-January includes installation of walls and retaining walls at Kendrick Street. Day shift work will be performed project-wide during both the standard working hours of 7:00AM to 3:00PM and during the third shift work hours of 7:00PM to 5:00AM.

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