This Week’s Roadwork in Worcester – Week of April 26, 2021

 by TWIW StaffApril 25, 2021

  • Agawam Street Roadway Resurfacing
  • Berkeley Street (Eastern Ave. to Shamrock St.) Roadway Resurfacing
  • Berkeley Street (Eastern Ave. to Shamrock St.) Water Work
  • Downing Street (Florence St. to Park Ave.) Roadway Resurfacing
  • Francis J. McGrath Boulevard (Hermon St. to Franklin St.) Roadway Resurfacing
  • Grafton Street (Plantation St. to Franklin St.) Roadway Resurfacing
  • Green Island Boulevard (Hermon St. to Madison St.) Roadway Resurfacing
  • Harding Street (Kelley Sq. to Lamartine St.) Roadway Resurfacing
  • Haynes Street (Stoneland Rd. to Cambridge St.) Roadway Resurfacing
  • Hermon Street (Southbridge St. to Gold St.) Roadway Resurfacing
  • Hospital Drive (Belmont St. to Dorista J. Goldsberry Way) Sewer Reconstruction
  • Kelley Square (Vernon St. to Madison St.) Roadway Resurfacing
  • Lamartine Street (Sargent St. to Meade St.) Sewer Reconstruction
  • Madison Street (Kelley Sq. to Gold St.) Roadway Resurfacing
  • Main Street (Austin St. to Thomas St.) Roadway Resurfacing
  • Main Street (Richards St. to Hancock St.) Roadway Resurfacing
  • Millbury St. (Kelley Sq. to Cambridge St.) Roadway Resurfacing
  • Plantation St. (at railroad bridge) Roadway Resurfacing
  • Radmore Street (Dellwood Rd. to Cardinal Rd.) Roadway Resurfacing
  • Shore Drive (Boundary Rd. to Holden St.) Roadway Resurfacing
  • Tamar Avenue (Massasoit Rd. to Brierway Dr.) Roadway Resurfacing
  • William Street (West St. to Chestnut St.) Sewer Reconstruction

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