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Tremont Street Raised Intersection


This project has been completed. No further updates to this project page will be made.

July 1, 2014

The raised intersection has been completed. Thank you for your patience during construction and we hope you enjoy this new improvement.


June 17, 2014

On Wednesday, June 18 (weather permitting), crews will begin setting the bricks on the raised intersection at Tremont St and Gardner Rd. Starting at 3 pm on Wednesday, June 18, the intersection will be closed to all vehicular traffic to facilitate the brick work. Each end of Tremont St will function as a two-way dead end. Please see detour map on the reverse. Residents that live on Tremont St from Hampshire St to Gardner Rd will enter and exit via Hampshire St. Residents that live between Gardner Rd and Broadway will enter and exit via Broadway. Residents on Gardner Rd will need to enter and exit via Gardner Rd. Two-way signs and No Parking signs will be posted to assist drivers. Crews will reopen the intersection at the end of the work day on Thursday, June 19.


April 17, 2014

On Tuesday, April 22 (weather permitting), the City’s contractor, Marchese Construction, will begin construction of a raised intersection at Tremont St and Gardner Rd. Work hours will be 7 AM to 4 PM and we expect the work to take 3 weeks to complete.

The project is schedule to begin in late April and will take several weeks to complete.

City of Cambridge - Department of Public Works 147 Hampshire Street Cambridge, MA 02138

 For any information or assistance during this project, please contact Kelly Dunn, DPW Community Relations Manager at 617.349.4870 or kdunn@cambridgema.gov. In case of an emergency after hours or on weekends, please call the 24-Hour line at 617.349.4800.

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