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Framingham Traffic Advisory: June 6-12, 2021

June 4, 2021 (3:48 pm EST)
Filed under: Around Town by News Staff
Framingham Traffic Alerts, Detours, Delays, sign: Be Prepared to Stop
Plan ahead for delays and be prepared to stop as many Framingham projects are underway.

FRAMINGHAM, MA - Motorists are advised that there may be construction work being performed during daytime hours on the following roads in Framingham during the week of June 6th - 12th, 2021, (please note, construction schedules are weather permitting and subject to change).

Edgell Road Gas Main Replacement - Eversource gas will continue replacing gas main on Edgell Road between the Nobscot intersection and Donovan Drive. Expect moderate delays. Lane shifts and/or a one-way alternating traffic pattern will be in effect.

Gilbert Street (Gas Main Installation) - Eversource gas will continue replacing gas main on Gilbert Street between Nipmuc Road and Winthrop Street. Expect minor delays. A one-way alternating traffic pattern will be in effect.

Grant Street Roadway and Sidewalk Improvements (Between Arthur and Hartford Streets) - Drainage work. A two-way and/or one-way alternating traffic pattern will be in effect. Police details will be on-site to facilitate traffic.

Leland Street Sidewalk and Road Improvements (Between Irving and Beaver Streets) - Driveway apron adjustments, pavement markings, and punch-list items. A two-way and/or one-way alternating traffic pattern will be in effect. Police details will be on-site to facilitate traffic.

Mt. Wayte Avenue - Gas Main and Regulator Pit Replacement (Between Union Avenue and Franklin Street) – Eversource Gas will continue gas main work on Mt. Wayte Avenue. Expect moderate delays. A partial road closure will be in effect on Mt. Wayte Avenue eastbound. Traffic traveling eastbound will be detoured.

Nelson Street and Forest Avenue (Water Main Replacement) - Water main replacement continues. Nelson Street and Forest Avenue will be open to residents and emergency vehicles only during construction.

Nobscot Intersection Improvements - Underground electrical service and fire alarm cable work. Anticipated work will occur off the road. Expect minor delays. Reminder: Second Virtual Public Meeting for the Nobscot Intersection Improvements Project is Next Week, Thursday, June 10, 6 p.m. City staff and the design consultant will provide an update about ongoing construction and further discuss the intersection design plans and future anticipated detour plans. A video recording of the meeting and a copy of the presentation will be available on the Framingham government's construction website Building Framingham for those who cannot attend or watch.

Utility Pole Inspections and Restoration - Osmose / Verizon - Dig safe paint markings will be noticeable in the public right-of-way near telephone poles throughout Framingham for Osmose’s utility pole inspections and restoration. For more information about this project, view the press release here. Residents with questions about this project should contact Osmose Utility at (770) 632-6700 or submit an inquiry form on their website.

Urban Street Sweeping Program – Area B - The Highway Division will street sweep Area B on Tuesday, June 8. NO PARKING will be allowed from 9 a.m. to Noon. Vehicles parked on the street will be ticketed and towed. The following streets will be swept during this operation: Avon Street, Bethany Road: #4-56, Bridges Street, Bridges Street Ext., Cedar Street, Charles Street, Claflin Street, Clifford Street, Coburn Street, Cypress Street, Hayes Street, Highland Street, Hilton Street, Mellen Street, Naples Street, Pine Street, Saucier Street, Waverly Court, and Winthrop Street.

Water Main Flushing - North Framingham, Zone 5 - The Water Division will continue flushing water mains via hydrants in Zone 5. Water Main flushing will take place from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. in residential areas and 10:00 p.m. to 5:00 a.m. in business areas. The purpose of the program is to improve drinking water quality for residents and businesses in Framingham.

For more info, visit www.framinghamma.gov

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Source: Framingham Public Works Notice


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