August 03, 2020 | 05:35PM
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation this month will do some repair work on Route 43, but a full rebuild of Water Street south of Latham Street is still several years away.
June 11, 2020 | 02:16PM
Towns and cities trying to aid businesses in reopening will have access to some $5 million in grants through the state Department of Transportation.
April 01, 2020 | 01:14AM
The portion of the highway in question, known as Green River Road, runs along the river from Five Corners intersection with Route 7 north and east to Hopper Road.
December 23, 2019 | 02:24AM
The Conservation Commission has approved plans to make improvements to a section of Route 8 next year.
December 09, 2019 | 01:28AM
The state will rebuild about a mile of Route 8 from the Liberty Street intersection to where the bridge on Grove Street crosses over the Ashuwillticook Rail Trail.
December 03, 2019 | 01:46AM
Officials in Adams and Cheshire are expecting an update this month on the schedule for repaving 11.2 miles of the Ashuwillticook Rail Trail.
November 01, 2019 | 04:19PM
Just over $7 million in Federal Highway funds were used to completely replace the span over Pontoosuc Lake that provides important access for 150 or so residents.
May 14, 2019 | 01:13AM
The Select Board sent a letter Monday expressing its displeasure with yet another delay on a long-planned bike path through town.
February 01, 2019 | 03:59AM
The engineers promised to take into consideration all of the feedback as they go through a design process that is still in its early stages; the best-case scenario for putting the Latham-to-Hopper job out to bid is December 2020, MassDOT project manager John Gendall said after the forum.
January 29, 2019 | 01:25AM
The State Department of Transportation will seek input on Wednesday from residents about ways to improve Route 43 from Latham Street to the Five Corners intersection with Route 7.
November 30, 2018 | 03:59AM
Many of the arguments at the state Department of Transportation public hearing were repeats from past hearings during which abutters on Chenaille Terrace had asserted the bike path on city land would be detrimental to their neighborhood.