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See Which Waltham Roads Will Be Paved

Waltham is ramping up efforts to pave city roads.

The following Waltham roads are on the list to be paved in the future, according to Consolidated Public Works Director Micahel Chiasson. The order of the list does not meant they will be paved in that order, he said. 

Trapelo Road (Marguerite Avenue to the Belmont line)

Main Street (Linden Street to Watertown Line)

River Street

Lexington Street (Piety Corner to Main Street)

First Avenue

Winter Street

Moody Street (Main Street to train tracks)

Main Street (Rt.117 Bridge to Weston Line)

Vernon Street

Beaver Street (Forest Street to Waverly Oaks Road)

The Waltham City Council has approved a $ 2.4 million loan order for the project. The city

Mark August 20, 2012 at 03:11 PM
What about sidewalks on Trapleo Rd? and granite curbs save money in the long run I see side streets with four houses on them and they get new granite and cement sidewalks.
Matt Carter August 20, 2012 at 10:04 PM
I have heard that new Granite Curbing & concrete sidewalks will be installed on that stretch but not 100% sure
Annette Manasse August 21, 2012 at 01:34 AM
i have lived in Waltham for 26 years and am 77 years old. In good weather I walk from my house to the Belmont Studio. From Waverly Oaks Road to the old Gabler school there is no safe place to cross. I am not the only person who walks along Trapelo Road and would like some marking or sign along the way where we pedestrians could cross without playng guts football. in addition, there are areas where there is no sidewalk at all. Annette
Marie Daly August 21, 2012 at 03:28 AM
I agree with Annette. The crosswalks were covered over when Trapelo Rd was dug up. The sidewalk on the north side of Trapelo Rd. from Porter Rd to Forest Street has no curb, and vegetation is blocking half the sidwalk. The other side of the street from the Lawrence School to Forest Street has no sidwalk at all. Pedestrians are often seen walking in the street.

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