Construction Update

Construction look-ahead for the North Washington Street Bridge through June 22 is as follows:

Scheduled Work

• South abutment concrete placements

• Drilled shaft installation

• Architectural trellis painting and lighting

• Steel touch-up painting

• Main bridge west sidewalk formwork and rebar installation

• Warehouse span barrier formwork and rebar installation

• Marine fender pile installation

Work Hours

• Monday through Friday from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.

• Saturday from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Travel Tips

For everyone using the east sidewalk of the new bridge, please help share the space: walk to the right, walk bikes, and be mindful of people coming from both directions, if walking in a large group.

Drivers should take care to pay attention to all signage and move carefully through the work zone. Police details, lane markings, temporary barriers, traffic cones, signage, and other tools will be used to control traffic and create safe work zones.

The Tudor Wharf Walkway (under the bridge next to the water in Paul Revere Park) will be intermittently closed for safety during construction operations, with access provided via the Water Street underpass. The Boston Harborwalk under the bridge and eastern/harborside bridge sidewalk remain closed until rebuilt.

The contractor is coordinating with the TD Garden and local police to provide awareness and manage traffic impacts during events. For your awareness, the following TD Garden events are scheduled during this look-ahead period:

TBD: June 17 at 8:30 p.m.

•           OTHER EVENTS: June 13 at 8 p.m. and June 20 at 8 p.m.

 How can I find more information?

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