Posts Tagged ‘Boston’

The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) will hold a public informational meeting in Cambridge on Wednesday, January 20 to give an update on ongoing construction and to discuss Stage 3 of construction, which is scheduled to begin on February 1. The meeting will take place at the Multicultural Arts Center on 41 Second Street from […]

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Please see the following construction and traffic advisory from the Department of Transportation (MassDOT) – Tim. “The previously announced traffic shift on the Longfellow Bridge will now begin on Monday, November 9. MassDOT’s contractor, White-Skanska-Consigli (WSC), will shift traffic on the downstream side of the Longfellow Bridge to accommodate modified Stage 2 construction of the […]

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Please see the following traffic advisory from the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) – Tim. DCR Traffic Advisory: DCR Restricting Traffic on Several Roadways to Accommodate the Head of the Charles Regatta WHAT: The Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) will institute several road closures, lane restrictions, and parking bans along the Charles River […]

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The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) will close the Longfellow Bridge this Saturday (October 11) to all motor vehicle travel, except MBTA buses as part of the Longfellow Bridge Rehabilitation Project. The closure is necessary to implement an MBTA Red Line diversion which will allow MassDOT’s design/build contractor, White-Skanska-Consigli JV, to perform work in close […]

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In 2008, British artist Luke Jerram installed “Play Me, I’m Yours” for the first time in Birmingham, England. Five years, 37 cities, and 1,000 pianos later, the citywide interactive art project has made its mark on Boston and Cambridge. On October 14, however, this leg of the tour comes to a close, but there’s still […]

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The word “epidemic” sounds so dire, but the numbers don’t lie: we’re in the middle of a bad, bad flu season. Last year, Boston reported 70 cases of the flu. This year? 700. And it’s only January. It’s the worst year for the flu since 2009, according to the Boston Public Health Commission, and it’s […]

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