Thursday, October 1, 2009

INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS: Street Resurfacing in Ward 4

Question/Comment: What streets will be resurfaced in Ward 4?

City Update 5/13/10: The following streets in Ward 4 are scheduled to be resurfaced by the City in the summer/fall of 2010: Portion of Broadway from Temple to School, Fellsway West (street and sidewalk), raised traffic calming table installation at Fellsway West and Jaques, Governor Winthrop Road, Marshall Street (street and sidewalk), Medford Street, Pearl Street from Walnut the School, Puritan Road, School Street from Broadway to Medford (street and sidewalk), Temple Street, Putnam Road, East Albion Street, Florence Terrace, Essex Street, Thurston Street, and Virgina Street. Note that final work is dependent on contractor bid prices being consistent with city budget estimates.

City Update 11/17/09: Sellon Place has recently been resurfaced.  Additional street repairs are pending or in progress.

City Update 6/4/08: The following street is scheduled for resurfacing by the City in summer/fall 2008: Sellon Place, These additional streets will undergo water main repair and may not be resurfaced until spring 2009: Thurston Street, Essex Street, and Taylor Street. Note that final work is dependent on contractor bid prices being consistent with city budget estimates. Additional streets and sidewalks in Ward 4 will be repaved and repaired in the next 2-3 years in conjunction with the installation of a new gas line by Algonquin Gas Co. This includes: Temple Street: full-depth construction, sidewalks, curbs, corner ramps; Broadway (Temple Street to School Street Eastbound): grind road surface and pave; School St. (Broadway to Medford): grind road surface, pave, sidewalks, curb, corner ramps; Fellsway West: grind road surface, pave, new sidewalks, curb, corner ramps; Medford Street (School to McGrath Highway): grind road surface, pave, sidewalks, corner ramps; Marshall Street: grind road surface, pave, new sidewalks, corner ramps.

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