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Construction of the intersection at Oak Hill and Groton Roads is about to begin.
The improvements include a traffic signal, sidewalks, crosswalks, bike lanes and upgrades to the drainage system.
Plans are available online for download or viewing at:
Commuters and businesses should expect delays and occasional detours during the estimated seven months of construction.
Route 40 (Groton Road) is also scheduled to be closed to
through traffic for a five-day period later this summer so that the existing Gilson Brook culvert can be replaced near the Ace Hardware plaza.
The road closure will begin on a Friday night and reopen as soon as the culvert replacement is complete. Additional information about the closure and detours will be made available on the town’s electronic notification
Interested parties may register for notifications at:
westfordma.gov/subscriber. Select “Road Construction” under the Alert Center, and “Latest Construction News” under the News Flash section.
For more information, please contact Paul Starratt, P.E., Town Engineer, 28 North Street, Westford, MA 01886, 978-360-0498, or [email protected].