New Bedford has roadwork sites for the upcoming week of November 27, 2023 – December 1, 2023

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“The City of New Bedford has roadwork sites for the upcoming week of November 27, 2023 – December 1, 2023, and they are as follows:

Eversource will be working on gas main relays and services on:

• Main relay on Brook St from Princeton St to Irvington St
• Main relay on Irvington St from Maywood St to Milford St
• Main relay on King St from Church St to Nash Rd
• Regulator work on Potter St at Rockdale Ave headed east towards Nashua St

Other:

• Contractor (Newport Construction) will be conducting daytime paving and milling work on Nash Rd and Church St from Tuesday, November 27th to Thursday, November 30th detour will be place.
• Contractor (Newport Construction) will be installing wheelchair ramps at the intersections on Hillman St and Acushnet Ave on Tuesday, November 27th
• MassDOT will be staging installation and beam end cleaning and concrete encasements at I-195 East and West bound lanes over Purchase St, County St and State St will is scheduled during the overnight hours starting November 12th and will continue until May 31st of 2024. Work will take place Sundays to Thursdays. Police will be on site for detour and safety setups.
• Contractor (DF Pray) will have Barker’s Ln from Acushnet Ave to N Second St closed for construction from Monday, November 6th to Thursday, November 30th.
• Contractor (PA Landers) will be working on a road reconstruction project at Sutton Street from Shawmut Ave to Harvard Street.
• Contractor (PA Landers & PJ Keating) will be paving the roadway surface at Sutton Street from Shawmut Ave to Harvard Street. Work will require lane and road closures. There will be limited access to and from driveways and parking lots within the affected area during construction.
• Contractor (PA Landers) will be working at varies locations throughout the city on roadway and sidewalk patches.
• Contractor (PA Landers) will be working at MassDOT project #609201, located at the intersection of Acushnet Ave & Peckham Rd/Sassaquin Ave.
• Contractors (PA Landers and various utility companies) will be working at MassDOT’s Kings Highway project. Minor traffic impacts and lane shifts required.
• Contractor (PA Landers) will be working on a road reconstruction project at Acushnet Ave from Tarkiln Hill Road to Monmouth Street.
• Contractor (PA Landers) will be working on a road reconstruction project at Wood Street from the town line to Church Street.
• Contractor (PA Landers) will be working on a road reconstruction project at Irvington Street from Church Street to Maywood Street.
• Contractor (PA Landers) will be working on a road reconstruction project at Van Buren Street from Mt. Pleasant Street to Myrtle Street. Police details and road closures will be required.
• Contractor (PA Landers) will be working on a road reconstruction project at West Rodney French Blvd from JFK Memorial Hwy/ Cove Street to Cove Road. Work will require lane and road closures.
• Contractor (PA Landers) will be working on a road reconstruction project at Elm Street from Pleasant Street to Purchase Street, Purchase Street from Elm Street to Middle Street, Middle Street from Purchase Street to Fredrick Douglas Way and Fredrick Douglas Way from Middle Street to Elm St. Police details and road closures will be required.
• Contractor (SCR Constructors) will continue site work at the future South Coast Rail station platform locations in the city. (Church St at Carlisle St and Wamsutta St at Acushnet Ave.) If you have questions, please email the project team at SouthCoastRail@dot.state.ma.us
• Contractor (SCR Constructors) will continue site work at the future pedestrian bridge across Route 18 impacting parking along Purchase Street between Willis Street and Pearl Street and at the Division of Career Services on Acushnet Avenue. Temporary detours may be in place pending construction activities occurring.  If you have questions, please email the project team at SouthCoastRail@dot.state.ma.us
• Contractor (Middlesex Corp) will be working on Nash Rd between Church St and Mt. Pleasant St. Traffic will be reduced to one lane and will have police details on site to assist with traffic.
• Contractor (Newport) will be working on Nash Rd between Church St and Mt. Pleasant St. Traffic will be reduced to one lane and will have police details on site to assist with traffic.
• Contractor (LAL) will be performing sidewalk and roadway work on Cove Road at the intersection of Saint John Street. Lane closures may be required. Police details and road closures will be required. Work is weather dependent.
• Contractor (PA Landers) will be painting roadway markings at the intersection of Union Street and County Street. Road closures will be required.
• Contractor (PA Landers & PJ Keating) will be paving the roadway surface at Kilburn Street from Belleville Ave to end. Work will require lane and road closures. There will be limited access to and from driveways and parking lots within the affected area during construction.
• Contractor (PA Landers & PJ Keating) will be paving the roadway surface at Vanburen Street from Mt. Pleasant Street to Myrtle Street.  Work will require lane and road closures. There will be limited access to and from driveways and parking lots within the affected area during construction.
• Contractor (PA Landers & PJ Keating) will be paving the roadway surface at Irvington Street from Church Street to Seabury Street. Work will require lane and road closures. There will be limited access to and from driveways and parking lots within the affected area during construction.
• Contractor (K5) will be painting roadway markings at varies locations. Work will require lane and road closures.
• DPI and Contractor (PA Landers) will be installing a new hydrant at the intersection of Irvington Street and Seabury Street requiring a shutdown on the watermain. Water service in this location may be temporarily affected. Residents affected by the shutdown will be notified.”

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