Where You Will Encounter Construction in Framingham This Week

Framingham Department of Public Works has issued its weekly construction project alert.

The following is a Traffic Alert Issued by the Town of Framingham Department of Public Works:

2014 Annual Road Program – Surface Treatment: Road Surface preparation work. Remove and restore curb work and casting adjustments. Driveway apron adjustments as needed. Arbetter Dr., Bacon Rd.,Catherine Rd., Cider Mill Rd., Daniels Rd., Eaton Rd., Mary Agnes Rd., Montgomery Dr., Riner Rd., Sandra Dr., Wayside Ave., Whiting Way and Woodside Rd.
Colonial Drive & Hemenway Road: Contractor to adjust castings and pave roadway. Expect temporary roadway obstructions. 
Edgell Road: Edgell Road between Central Street and Oak Street. Vernon Road, Oak Street and Auburn Street. Construction crews will continue to finalize punch items. Minimal impact to traffic.
Goodnow Lane: Work crews continue to install communications conduit. Minimal impact to traffic
Potter Road and Surrounding Area: Sidewalk construction and curb work will continue on Potter Road. Traffic will be managed through the work zone utilizing a one lane alternating traffic management plan through the work zone. Expect Delays.


Wickford Road Bridge: Construction crews will continue to perform the final phase of the bridge work. 
Winter Street over CSX: NSTAR will continue utility relocation in the vicinity of the bridge. Minimal impact on traffic. Construction activities are scheduled to take place daily (Monday through Friday) between the hours of 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. 

Brenda Crawshaw June 09, 2014 at 07:24 AM
And extensive drain work on Salem End between Stalker and Willowbrook.
Ellen M June 09, 2014 at 08:22 AM
When is the Wickford Street bridge planned to be finished?
Susan Petroni June 09, 2014 at 08:47 AM
It is a MassDOT project and the new target date is mid-July, but as many of you know it was supposed to be finished last year and had several delays.
Ellen M June 10, 2014 at 09:31 AM
Thank you.


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