Roadwork Schedule

The City of New Bedford has roadwork sites for this upcoming week of July 18, 2016 – July 22, 2016 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.

Middlesex Project

  • Ramp from Route 18 North to Route 6 easterly will be closed from Monday through Thursday, from the hours of 9am- 3pm.

 Acushnet Ave & Wamsutta St Railroad Bridge:

  • Contractor will be working on miscellaneous items throughout the project.
  • The roadway closure at Acushnet Ave & Wamsutta will remain closed. Please follow detour signs.

Coggeshall St Sewer Separation:

  • The Contractor will continue installing the drain along Coggeshall St between Veterans Memorial Way and Mitchell St.  There will be access to all businesses within the work zone.

Other:

  • MASSDOT working under Route 6 over pass at MacArthur Drive. Road narrows at location.
  • Contractor will be working on miscellaneous items on Rotch St. between Hawthorn St. and Maple St.
  • The Contractor is scheduled to begin sidewalk restorations along Tarklin Hill Rd, Ashley Blvd and Mt Pleasant St this week
  • Contractor will be working on excavating grating and paving Bessey St from Acushnet Ave to the Acushnet town line.
  • Contractor will be working on excavating, grating and paving Tacoma St from Wildwood Rd. Westerly to the end.
  • Hydrant flushing on dead ends in the far north end of the city. This may cause a temporary loss of water pressure.
  • Hydrant flushing Downtown on County St. to Kempton St. and from Kempton to Walnut St. to Macarthur Drive Dr. on Sundays July 17, 24, 31 2016. This may cause a temporary loss of water pressure.
  • Hydrant flushing on Coggeshall St. to North Front. And from Belleville Ave to Blackmer St on Sundays July 17, 24, 31 2016. This may cause a temporary loss of water pressure.
  • Hydrant flushing in Industrial Park to Phillips Rd. Sundays July 17, 24, 31 2016. This may cause a temporary loss of water pressure.
  • Contractor will be building the Cove Walk between West Rodney French Blvd. and Cove Rd.

 

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