Drivers may notice more traffic around I-91 in Springfield Monday morning, when another closure will be in effect during daytime hours.
MassDOT will close the on-ramp from the Hall of Fame Avenue/West Columbus Avenue to I-91 south.
An entire section of I-91 north is going to be closed, starting Monday night. 22News has the latest information drivers need to know.
The closures are required for crews to set Jersey barriers on the highway where traffic is currently routed.
According to Mass D-O-Ts website, the I-91 project is ahead of schedule, but drivers still have nearly 3 years until the project is fully co…
New lane and exit closures on I-91 and I-291 are about to start Sunday night.
The ramp from Interstate 91 northbound to Interstate 291 will be closed during the nighttime hours for several nights.
The removal of the concrete deck for I-91 in downtown Springfield looks like it will be a summer-long project.
The slamming on the brakes and the last minute lane merging is only the beginning of complaints drivers told 22News.
MassDOT was at the Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield with new information on the I-91 reconstruction project.
Drivers can attend the meeting Tuesday to ask any questions and voice concerns about the current or next phase of rehabilitation.
The closures will be in place from 9AM – 3PM so that crews can paint lines on the highway and surrounding roads.
Drivers in the downtown area could see some delays on Tuesday, as crews improve markings on the highway and on nearby streets.
Were about two weeks into demolition work on the elevated portion of I-91 in Springfield. 22News has an update from Mass DOT.
People who normally park on the second level of the garages under I-91 have been turned away, due to health concerns.
Signage has been posted to direct traffic around the lane closures, but there are no detour routes.
East and West Columbus Avenues are scheduled to have lane closures as a new construction phase is scheduled to start this week.
Crews are closing roads in downtown Springfield this week in preparation for demolition work on the elevated portion of I-91.
Bumper to Bumper traffic all day on Interstate 91 entering the reduced lane area leading into the downtown construction zone.
The inner lanes of Interstate 91 will begin to come down starting next Wednesday, though the project will last more than a year.