Once the I-91 project is done, MASS DOT say the highway will be safer, more accessible, and will reduce annual maintenance costs.
We are getting closer and closer to the re-opening of lanes on I-91 through downtown Springfield, but there is still a lot of work.
MassDOT has closed the I-91 northbound on-ramp in Springfield for roadwork.
We have a Cone Zone Alert for drivers on I-91.
An anti-weave barrier is being installed to prevent drivers from merging onto I-91S from I-291 and weaving across lanes to get to Exit 7.
MassDOT will shut down parts of I-91 north and south and I-291 west from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. for barrier work and paving.
More closures in Springfield as crews continue construction on the I-91 viaduct.
Exit 6 on I-91 South is also expected to reopen before the end of the year.
MassDOT assured residents that despite the detours and ramp closures, the project will come to an end in the coming months.
This phase of work includes shifting traffic on the I-91 viaduct from the outer lanes to the newly reconstructed center lanes.
The MassDOT is closing 91 North at Exit 3 in Springfield Monday night, through Thursday.
All traffic on on I-91 North has shifted to one lane and and alternate routes are met with bottlenecks and heavy traffic.
All traffic has shifted to one lane. State Police say the jersey barriers on I-91 in Springfield were moved this weekend, and last night.
If you have travel plans, leave early because chances are you’ll be running into traffic.
MassDOT has announced another week of overnight exit closures on I-91 in Springfield and Longmeadow.
Good news for late night drivers, the contractor completed the work ahead of schedule so they won’t need to close an exit Thursday night.
MassDOT has more overnight lane closures planned for I-91 in Springfield, but announced that the overall project is well ahead of schedule.
Frustration is reaching new heights for drivers along I-91 in Springfield.
Traffic will be detoured from East Columbus Avenue starting at the Hampden Street intersection as crew member’s work on concrete pours.
A detour will be in place to direct drivers around the closure, while crews work to repair the concrete deck.