"Section of Commonwealth Avenue will close this summer for bridge work" by Nestor Ramos Globe Staff April 10, 2017
After years of planning and delays, a major construction project to replace the aging, structurally deficient bridge could snarl traffic all over the city when it begins in late July, state officials warned on Monday.
It will affect nearly every mode of transportation, and if the city survives the 11-day stretch, we get to do it all again in 2018, when the second half of the nearly $82 million project is planned. The project is already starting a year late after a design error....
I hope they do a good job with quality material.
Now it's feeling more like a migraine.
The governor of Alabama should have said he had one.
NDU: All's forgiven