The City of New Bedford has roadwork sites for this upcoming week of August 31, 2015 – September 4, 2015 and they are as follows:
The City of New Bedford – Department of Public Infrastructure
New Bedford / Fairhaven Bridge:
- Please be aware of detours and traffic delays, follow signs posted.
Acushnet Ave & Wamsutta St Railroad Bridge:
- Contractor will be working on miscellaneous items through out the project.
- The roadway closure at Acushnet Ave & Wamsutta will remain closed. Please follow detour signs.
- Route 18 northbound & southbound painting pavement markings and placing temporary concrete barrier.
- Sid Wainer location will have several deliveries of precast pieces.
Coggeshall Street sewer separation project
- Contractor will be installing new water main piping along Coggeshall St between Mitchell St and Belleville Ave.
- Contractor will be installing water main by-pass piping along Coggeshall St between Cotter St and Acushnet Ave.
- Hydrant flushing in the west end of the city. This may cause a temporary loss of water pressure.
- Contractor will be installing temporary by-pass piping along Tarklin Hill Rd and Park Ave between Ashley Blvd and Worcester St and along Ashley Blvd between Tarklin Hill Rd and Irvington St.
- Contractor will excavate for water main work at the intersections of Tarklin Hill Rd, Worcester St and Park Ave.
- Contractor will be working on Nye St pocket park at North-East corner of Acushnet Ave & Nye St.
- Contractor will be working at rail road crossing on Nash Rd between Mt.Pleasant St and Church St. Please follow Detour signs.
- Nash Road will be closed for traffic between Church St and Mt.Pleasant St starting at 7:00 PM Thursday August 27th. To Monday August 31st.
- Contractor will be raising structures and pouring cement concrete driveways on Mt.Pleasant Lane between Mt.Pleasant St & Vine St.
- Contractor will be removing and resetting curb , as well as installing foundation for street lights and traffic signals at the Octopus intersection (Sixth St, Pleasant St, Mill St, Kempton St.)