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springfield-i-91-viaduct-june-2017MassDOT has scheduled a Public Information Meeting on the I-91 Viaduct Rehabilitation Project:

Monday, December 18, 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM, One Financial Plaza, 3rd Floor Conference Room, 1350 Main Street, Springfield

Please join MassDOT at a public information meeting for an update on the final 2017 construction activities on the I-91 Viaduct. The project team will provide details on the progress to date and the additional ramp that will reopen this winter. The work will continue into 2018, with Full Beneficial Use anticipated in February 2018 and Substantial Completion in late 2018. The presentation will conclude with a question and answer session.

MassDOT is undertaking the I-91 Viaduct Rehabilitation Project to replace the existing deck of the bridge, which is in poor condition. The project is the result of several years of planning and valuable input from a wide variety of stakeholders. It will continue to progress on an accelerated schedule to reduce traffic impacts and minimize construction duration. The project will increase safety and accessibility on this busy interstate, reduce annual maintenance costs, and ensure long-term serviceability.

Please visit the project website to sign up for email alerts and learn more about this important project. For questions or concerns, please email the project team at I91viaduct@state.ma.us or call 617-454-1839.

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