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Longfellow Bridge

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Anderson Memorial Bridge

The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) will be making a traffic shift change required for Phase 3 of the Anderson Memorial Bridge Rehabilitation Project starting on the morning of Friday, May 8, 2015.

During phase 3 of the project, MassDOT's contractor will be demolishing and rebuilding the west side of the Anderson Memorial Bridge, which carries traffic over Charles River between Boston and Cambridge. To accommodate this work, traffic will be directed onto the newly constructed east half of the bridge. The traffic shift will be done in phases. During the traffic shift, one lane of travel in each direction will remain open along with a pedestrian sidewalk.

Once the traffic shift has been completed, the westerly sidewalk will be closed and traffic will be reduced to one lane in each direction on the east side of the bridge. Pedestrians will need to use the easterly sidewalk and bicyclists will need to share the current eastbound and westbound lanes. The left hand turn restriction will remain in place at Memorial Drive and JFK Street.

 
Western Avenue Bridge/River Street Bridge

Project currently under design.

 
Boston University Bridge
  • There are currently no bridge closures scheduled.
 
Craigie Dam Bridge/Craigie Drawbridge

There are no traffic restrictions at this time.

 
Magazine Beach Pedestrian Bridge

The Magazine Beach Pedestrian Bridge work was completed as of Friday, July 28, 2012 and the bridge is open for pedestrian use at all times.

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