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The following is traffic advisory for Greater Boston roadways from Friday, August 29 2014 through Saturday, September 6, 2014

I-93 SB
Closure of the ramp from Purchase/Congress to I-93 SB / I-90 WB on Tuesday, September 2nd through Thursday, September 4th from the hours of 11 PM to 5 AM

Closure of the ramp from Essex St. to I-93 SB on Tuesday, September 2nd from the hours of 11 PM to 5 AM

Closure of the ramp from Somerville (at Stop and Shop) to I-93 SB on Tuesday, September 2nd through Friday, September 5th from the hours of 9 PM to 5 AM

Closure of the ramp from Leverett Circle to I-93 SB on Tuesday, September 2nd through Wednesday, September 3rd from the hours of 11:30 PM to 5 AM and Thursday, September 4th from the hours of 11 PM to 5 AM

Closure of ramps from Surface Artery SB at New Chardon St to I-93 SB and from Surface Artery SB at New Chardon St to Callahan Tunnel on Tuesday, September 2nd from the hours of 11:30 PM to 5 AM and on Wednesday, September 3rd from the hours of 11 PM to 5 AM

Closure of ramp from Rutherford Ave to I-93 SB / Storrow Drive on Tuesday, September 2nd from the hours of 11:30 PM to 5 AM

Closure of I-93 SB at exit 28 in Somerville with all traffic detoured off the highway on Tuesday, September 2nd from the hours of 11:59 PM to 5 AM

Closure of the ramps from I-93 SB, exit 24 to Government Center and Callahan Tunnel on Wednesday, September 3rd through Thursday, September 4th from the hours of 11 PM to 5 AM

Closure of the ramp from Albany St to I-93 SB on Thursday, September 4th from the hours of 11 PM to 5 AM

Double right lane closure from lower deck of I-93, through Tip O’Neil Tunnel, closing exits 20 B (I-90 WB & Albany St) on Thursday, September 4th from the hours of 11 PM to 5 AM


Double right lane closure exiting the Tip O'Neil Tunnel SB to the railroad bridge on Thursday, September 4th from the hours of 11 PM to 5 AM

I-93 NB
Closure of the ramp from Northbound Frontage Rd / Broadway Bridge to I-93 NB on Wednesday, September 3rd from the hours of 11:30 PM to 5 AM
I-90 EB

Closure of I-90 EB at exit 22 with all traffic detoured off road up exit 22 on Wednesday, September 3rd through Thursday, September 4th from the hours of 11 PM to 5 AM

Closure of the H.O.V. tunnel on Thursday, September 4th from the hours of 11:30 PM to 5 AM
CALLAHAN TUNNEL
Left lane closure from the middle of the Callahan Tunnel through the exit on Tuesday, September 2nd through Wednesday, September 3rd from the hours of 9 PM to 5 AM

Left lane closure in the Callahan Tunnel on Thursday, September 4th from the hours of 11 PM to 5 AM
TED WILLIAMS TUNNEL
Left lane closure in the Ted Williams Tunnel on Thursday, September 4th from the hours of 11:30 PM to 5 AM
SUMNER TUNNEL

Right lane closure in the Sumner Tunnel on Wednesday, September 3rd through Thursday, September 4th from the hours of 10 AM to 2 PM

Closure of ramp from the Sumner Tunnel to Storrow Drive with a right lane closure through Sumner Tunnel on Wednesday, September 3rd through Thursday, September 4th from the hours 11:30 PM to 5 AM


I-90 WB
Left lane closure in I-90, Prudential Tunnel, WB on Wednesday, September 3rd from the hours of 9:30 AM to 2 PM

Left lane closure in Ted Williams Tunnel WB from I-90 toll plaza (plaza 37), through the tunnel, to the exit portal on Wednesday, September 3rd from the hours 11:30 PM to 5 AM

Closure of the ramps from Congress St, Boston to I-93 and from the Ted Williams Tunnel WB - exit 24 to I-93 on Wednesday, September 3rd from the hours 11:30 PM to 5 AM

Closure of the ramp from I-93 NB exit 20 to I-90 WB) and from Northbound Frontage Rd to I-90 WB on Thursday, September 4th from the hours of 11 PM to 5 AM

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