HOLYOKE, Mass. (WWLP)- Drivers traveling through Holyoke may encounter detours and parking restrictions due to a re-pavement project that begins Thursday morning.
The re-paving is expected to last about five weeks on about 19 roadways through the city. The entire project is estimated to cost about $880,000 and is funded through the Chapter 90 State Highway Aid to cities and towns.
The Department of Public Works willl begin removing the old asphalt surface on:
- Whitney Avenue from I-91 to Lower Westfield Road
- Gordon Drive from Whiting Farms Road to end
- Whiting Farms Rd. from Northampton St. to Sullivan Rd.
- Longwood Ave. from Northampton St. to Sullivan Rd.
- Longwood Ave. from Northampton St. to Martin St.
- Hillcrest Ave. from Martin St. to E. Promenade
- Michigan Ave. from Westfield Rd.to Downing Ave.
- Pleasant St. from Appleton St to Highland Ave
- Magnolia Ave. from W. Franklin St. to end
- Beech Street, from W. Franklin St. to Hampshire St.
- Chestnut St from Appleton St. to Dwight St
- Sargeant St. from High St. to Commercial St.
- Mosher St from Bowers St to Canal St.
- Vadnais St. from Northampton St to George St.
- Central Park Dr. from Mountain View Dr. to end
- Lindor Heights from Easthampton Rd. to end
- Discol Lane from Lindor Heights to end
- Woods Ave. from Francis Ave. to Hillside Ave.
- Main St. from Prew Ave. to Anderson Hill
- Apremont Hwy from Westfield Rd. to Dupuis Rd.
On streets where on-street parking is permitted, such as Beech Street, there will be strict parking restrictions while the paving projects are going on.