The State Department of Transportation will be sending their work crew to I-95 near the Needham-Dedham line at 7 p.m.
According to the State Department of Transportation (MassDOT), at 7 p.m. crews will be arriving at the Needham-Dedham town line to work on splitting the traffic lanes. "The traffic split is necessary to reconstruct a portion of the bridges that carry I-95 South over the Charles River. The bridges on I-95 North and South are being reconstructed and widened to accommodate a fourth travel lane as part of the “Add-A-Lane” project," the MassDOT said in a statement. The Boston Globe is reporting that the work to split to lanes should last until noon on Saturday. But while work is being done, Exit 18 and Exit 17 southbound will be closed and detours will be put in place. "Once the split is complete, the exits will reopen, though they will only …
Construction to widen the I-93/I-95 (Rte. 128) between Randolph and Westwood will begin to come to a close as the new lane will begin opening.
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
The following information was submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Transportation: Beginning at 5 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 27, construction crews will begin to open the remaining portions of the newly constructed fourth travel lane on the section of interstate roadway between Randolph and Westwood. The project limits begin in Randolph on I-93 at the interchange with Rte. 24 (Exit 4). From there, the project extends west toward Canton Junction, where I-93 ends, and the roadway becomes I-95 (Rte. 128). Lastly, the project continues along I-95 (Rte. 128) to Rte. 109 (Exit 16) in Westwood. The opening of the new travel lane is scheduled to occur as follows: The above schedule is subject to change if inclement weather occurs and delays …