FRAMINGHAM – Motorists should expect delays on Salem End Road and Union Avenue this week, again.
Below is a list of road construction projects in the City of Framingham the week of May 7.
All work is weather permitting.
Annual Roads Program: Expect significant delays as crews perform casting adjustments to a number of roadways in the Lower Ridgefield Neighborhood. Roads included in this neighborhood include: Woodside Cottage Way, Gil Leonard Way, Wyndstone Way, Childs Circle, Michaud Drive, Highgate Road, Crestwood Drive, Burton Road, Sunset Drive, Dana Road, Ridgefield Drive, Leonard Road, Lohnes Road, Donna Road, Blackthorne Road, Bantry Road, Tara Road, Poskus Road, Rosslare Road, Pitt Road, Cavanaugh Road, Hasting Street, Magnolia Street, Murray Road, Highland Court, Fairbanks Road, and Fairbanks Way.
Fountain Street/Dudley Road: One lane alternating traffic pattern will be in place Sunday through Thursday from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. as crews make utility improvements.
Indian Head Heights: Expect moderate delays as crews continue to make utility improvements between the hours of 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. Police detail officers will be on site as needed.
Lockland Avenue: One lane alternating traffic plan will be in place as Eversource replaces gas main and services from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.p.m.
Little Farms Road: Expect minor delays as utility work is performed from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Rhubena Street: Expect moderate delays as crews perform utility improvements from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Salem End Road: Expect significant delays as crews perform roadway improvements between 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Union Avenue: Northbound travel (heading toward Route 9) will be permitted through the work zone; southbound traffic will be detoured down Franklin Street and onto Melrose Street to reconnect with Union Avenue. Over-sized vehicles approaching from Mt. Wayte will also be detoured down Franklin Street and onto Melrose Street to access Union Avenue. Two-way local traffic traveling between Main Street and the Christopher T. Garrahan Memorial Bridge crossing the Sudbury River will be maintained.
The City requests that motorists do not cut through residential side streets or parking lots to circumvent the detour; that type of activity can create traffic issues and unsafe situations for pedestrians.