John B. Haines, Director
100 Willow Ave.
East Bridgewater, MA 02333
For Immediate Release
Monday, April 30, 2018
Contact: Benjamin Paulin
East Bridgewater DPW Director Advises Residents About Paving Projects in Town This Week
EAST BRIDGEWATER — Director John B. Haines would like to notify residents about multiple road paving projects that the East Bridgewater Department of Public Works will be working on this week, which will likely cause traffic delays.
Last week, the roads were milled down on portions of Oak, Washington and Plymouth Streets. This week, the roads are scheduled to be paved and detours will be put in place.
- Tuesday, May 1 – A portion of Oak Street will be paved between Washington and Franklin Streets.
- Wednesday, May 2 – Paving will be done on Washington Street from Central Street to Crescent Street. Plymouth Street, from West Pond Street to Washington Street, will also be paved.
Residents and commuters are asked to seek alternate routes and expect some additional traffic congestion on side streets. Drivers are asked to adhere to posted speed limits.
“Any school buses, emergency vehicles and residents of these streets will be given priority to get down the detoured roads,” Director Haines said. “We want to thank residents for their patience in advance while this work is ongoing.”
The projects are expected to be completed by Wednesday. Any additional work, however, will be finished on Thursday.