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I-90 Interchange Study

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Study Overview

MassDOT is conducting a conceptual planning study that will evaluate the feasibility of the establishment of an interchange on Interstate 90 (I-90), also known as the Massachusetts Turnpike, between the existing interchanges located in the Town of Lee and the City of Westfield (Exits 2 and 3, respectively). Civic, business and political leaders in the area have been discussing the potential benefits of a new interchange for some time. The study will focus on the creation of an interchange intended to provide better access to and from I-90 for the communities in the surrounding region, while also mitigating traffic bound for I-90 away from Lee and Westfield. The study will examine and evaluate the alternatives to the extent possible in the context of vehicular, bicycle and pedestrian use, transit use, land use, and cost, as well as resulting economic, social and cultural impacts. The study will produce a final report that includes the study’s analytical findings, preliminary cost estimates, recommendations, and other relevant details.

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Project Contact

Cassandra Gascon
Project Manager
(857) 368-8852

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