Posts Tagged ‘construction’

The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) will hold a public informational meeting in Cambridge next month to provide an update  on the Longfellow Bridge Rehabilitation Project’s completed and upcoming work. The meeting will be held on Wednesday, September 2 from 6-8pm at the Multicultural Arts Center on 41 Second Street. Following the presentation, staff from […]

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The Green Line Extension Project (GLX) team wanted to inform you of overnight work scheduled to start tonight at midnight and last through 7AM Thursday morning (June 4).  The GLX contractor, White Skanska Kiewit (WSK), will be performing work at School Street Bridge in Somerville in conjunction with the School Street Bridge work & lane […]

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As part of the Green Line Extension (GLX) project, it will be necessary for the GLX contractor, White Skanska Kiewit, to close the eastbound travel/bike lane and west side sidewalk between School Street and Walnut Street to vehicular, bike, and pedestrian traffic for the purposes of erecting a temporary utility bridge. Residents will be able […]

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The southbound lane of Third Street between Binney and Charles will be closed for at least the next three weeks. NSTAR is upgrading power lines, and their crews will work from 9am-3:30pm every weekday until the project is completed. Traffic will be detoured during construction, and only homeowners living on Third Street and approaching from Binney […]

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It’s one of the signature architectural elements connecting Cambridge and Boston—and it’s finally getting some much-needed TLC. The Longfellow Bridge was built in 1906, and in its 107 years, it’s only been repaired twice. The bridge carries not only pedestrians, cyclists, and motorists, but also Red Line trains connecting North Cambridge to downtown Boston, Quincy, Mattapan, and […]

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