This Week’s Roadwork in Worcester – Week of April 22, 2019

by | Apr 22, 2019 | Commute, Headlines, News

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WORCESTER – The Worcester Department of Public Works and Parks (DPW&P) has listed traffic delays this week at the following locations. Resurfacing or sewer related construction activities will take place from 7 AM to 4 PM.

Water Projects

  • Hermon Street (Southbridge St. to Lamartine St.)
  • Meadow Lane
  • Norton Street (Paine St. to end)
  • Rydal Street
  • Southwest Cutoff (Grafton St. to Greenwood St.)
  • Wyola Drive

Street & Sidewalk Projects

  • Arlington Street (Winthrop St. to Pattison St.)
  • Commercial Street (MLK Blvd. to Foster St.)
  • Douglas Street (Cambridge St. to Grand St.)
  • Main Street (Austin St. to School St.)
  • Oakwood Lane
  • Pleasant Street (Main St. to Park Ave.)

Sewer Projects

  • Route 20 (Granite St. to Sunderland Rd.)
  • Crowningshield Road (Dearborn St. to Everton Ave.)
  • Havelock Road (Hadwen Rd. to Maplewood Rd.)
  • Lewis Street (Southbridge St. to Princeton St.
  • Princeton Street (Southbridge St. to end)
  • Southbridge Street (Colton St. to Princeton St.)
  • Whipple Street (Blackstone River Rd. to Steele St.)
  • Whitla Drive

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