BOSTON (CBS) — The Craigie Drawbridge in front of the Museum of Science has re-opened Sunday. Two lanes have been closed since November 6.
The drawbridge connects Boston and Cambridge along Route 28. During the shutdown, commuters have been asked to follow detours.
MassDOT applauds itself with staying on schedule, but adds that the lanes will be closed again in early 2011 to complete the project.
“I want to commend MassDOT staff, Boston, Cambridge and Somerville officials and state and local police for working to avoid any major traffic problems associated with the work on the Craigie Drawbridge,” said MassDOT Highway Administrator Luisa Paiewonsky. “As we prepare for the next phase of construction we will continue to work cooperatively to make sure this important project inconveniences the driving public as little as possible.”