Friday, April 12, 2013
The work should be completed within two weeks.
Prepare for traffic delays in the area of Trapelo Road and Lexington Street. On Sunday, April 14, work to replace a sewer pipe will begin at 8 p.m. and end at 6 a.m. each day for two weeks, according to Waltham Police. The road will remain open in each direction but motorists should expect delays.
Tuesday, April 9, 2013
The work is expected to be completed by the fall of 2013.
Work to improve the intersection of Trapelo Road and Forest Street as well as the surrounding area has begun, according to the city website. The work will include: Work is expected to be completed during the fall of 2013.
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
Under a possible deal, the Fernald Center on Trapelo Road could be transferred to Waltham.
A few more details have emerged on a possible deal in which Waltham would acquire the Fernald Center. According to Waltham Mayor Jeanette McCarthy, the Massachusetts Department of Capital Asset Management & Maitenance has "come up with a novel process," in which Waltham would acquire the center that would be favorable for Waltham. The facility currently provides services to developmentally-disabled individuals However, there is one obstacle that could hinder a deal at this point. “Litigation is the sole remaining issue,” she said in reference to pending appeals against moving the 13 remaining clients to other facilities. That litigation, McCarthy said, prevents the state from executing a final plan for the site, McCarthy said. She did …
Wednesday, December 26, 2012
What do you think should occupy the new building at Lexington Street and Trapelo Road?
With the construction of a new office/retail building continuing at the intersection of Trapelo Road and Lexington Street, you may be wondering what will eventually fill it. While there has been no word yet on what will occupy the site, jump in and share your thoughts on what you think should move into the site. Share your thoughts in the comment box below!
Thursday, November 29, 2012
Find out what kind of building is being constructed at the site.
Sunday, November 25, 2012
Catch up on this week's top Waltham headlines.
The city detailed what is being built at the corner of Lexington Street and Trapelo Road. Blasting at the former Polaroid site has been extended. A Massachusetts State Police trooper was hit by a car in Waltham. A Middlesex County Sheriff's worker was charged with fraud.
Thursday, September 27, 2012
See which areas to avoid on Monday, Oct. 1.
Paving work on Trapelo Road east of Lexington Street will begin on Oct. 1, according to the Waltham Police Facebook page. Trapelo Road will undergo repaving work from Marguerite Avenue to the Belmont Line, according to Consolidated Director of Public Works Michael Chiasson. Motorists are encouraged to seek alternate routes and expect delays in the area.
Saturday, August 4, 2012
Work to replace a water main near Trapelo will start on Monday, Aug. 6.
Work to replace a water main will start on Smith Street Monday, Aug. 6. and will begin badly impacting traffic on Aug. 13, according to Waltham Police. The work will be done on Smith Street north of Trapelo Road towards Route 2, according to Waltham Police Sgt. Dennis Devaney's Twitter feed.
Friday, January 27, 2012
Prepare for the Monday commute.
Police are asking motorists to take alternate routes around road work on Monday. Road work will be performed next to the Shaw's and Friendly's on Lexington Street on Monday, accodring to their Facebook page. Traffic on Lexington Street north of Lake Street will be impacted as well as traffic on Trapelo Road between Smith and Forest streets. The MWRA will be performing repair work in the area, according to the city's Web site.