Cut Bridge Construction

It’s been about a month since Mass DOT began structural repairs to Blynman Bridge and it seems a good job has been done to make navigating the restricted lanes as easy as possible on commuters. For those who may be unaware, one big change that will be noticed is that the the bridge tender’s control house on the harbor side of the bridge has been removed completely. It’s been empty for a while now, but the open space on that side of the street may be a welcome sight for many.  (Thanks cousin Colleen for pointing this out to me!)

Here’s how it’s looking so far:



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