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Longfellow Bridge

From Monday, October 20 to Friday, October 24, overnight lane closures on Storrow Drive east and westbound will be implemented each night as follows:

  • A single lane closure from 9:00 PM to 11:00 PM
  • A double lane closure from 11:00 PM to 5:00 AM
  • All lanes will reopen to traffic at 5:00 AM each morning during this timeframe.

Lane closures will only be implemented if traffic volume allows.

In the current construction phase, one lane of traffic carries vehicles into Boston (using the former Cambridge-bound lane), except on MBTA Red Line diversion weekends. For the duration of the project, all Cambridge-bound traffic is being detoured using a signed route from Charles Circle following Charles Street to Leverett Circle, Monsignor O’Brien Highway/Charles River Dam Road and Edwin H. Land Boulevard. To learn more please review the detour route map. An alternate detour route uses Storrow Drive westbound to the Massachusetts Avenue Bridge. Please note: Storrow Drive and Memorial Drive have truck restrictions.

Emergency response, bicycle and pedestrian access, and MBTA Red Line service will be maintained across the bridge during construction.

 
Anderson Memorial Bridge

The easterly sidewalk is closed and traffic has been reduced to one lane in each direction on the west side of the bridge. Pedestrians will need to use the westerly sidewalk and bicyclists will need to share the eastbound and westbound lanes.

During this phase, left turns from the bridge to Soldiers Field Road eastbound will continue to be allowed. The left hand turn restriction will also remain in place at Memorial Drive and JFK Street.

 
Western Avenue Bridge/River Street Bridge

Project currently under design.

 
Boston University Bridge

There are no traffic restrictions at this time.

 
Craigie Dam Bridge/Craigie Drawbridge

There are no traffic restrictions at this time.

 
Magazine Beach Pedestrian Bridge

The Magazine Beach Pedestrian Bridge work was completed as of Friday, July 28, 2012 and the bridge is open for pedestrian use at all times.

 
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