New Bedford has roadwork sites for the upcoming week of November 28, 2022 – December 2, 2022,
The City of New Bedford has roadwork sites for the upcoming week of November 28, 2022 – December 2, 2022, and they are as follows:
Eversource will be working on gas main relays and test pits on:
• Phillips Rd from Holly Tree Lane to Route 140
• Contractor (KR Rezendes, Inc.) will be painting all pavement markings on Monday at MassDOT’s Hathaway Triangle project located at the newly signalized intersection of Hathaway Rd x Nauset St. Lane shifts required, police officers and signage will be posted during operations.
• Contractor (PA Landers) will be raising structures on Clifford St from Ashley Blvd to Acushnet Ave. Contractor will be stabilizing the site to wrap up for the winter season. Sidewalk reconstruction and top paving course to take place in the Spring 2023.
• Contractor (PA Landers) will be working on West Street in the vicinity of St. Luke’s Hospital raising structures in the roadway and stabilizing the site for the winter season. Final top course paving to be done in the Spring 2023.
• Contractor (PA Landers & various utility companies) will be working at the MassDOT project, Kings Highway.
• Contractor (PA Landers) will be working on various streets, citywide, completing minor repairs and installations.
• Contractor (PA Landers) will be working on sidewalk installations and street furniture installations on Union St from Sixth St to County St. Tentatively scheduled for pavement markings, weather permitting.
• 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
• The Hathaway Road elevated water storage tank will be removed from service for a repair with a tentative schedule of Wednesday, November 30th, 2022. During work, supply and flow will be maintained to the Hathaway Road high service area by opening boundary valves between service pressure zones. These procedures may cause variations in system pressures and changes in flow patterns that could result in temporary water discoloration. The water is safe, and the discoloration will be temporary. We recommend allowing the water to settle for a few hours and then flushing your service line by letting the bathtub run for a few minutes until the water clears.