The two-lane tunnel that carries traffic from downtown to Logan Airport reopened at about 4:45 a.m. Monday, two days ahead of schedule.
Residents and business are looking forward to the end of the noise, detours and lost sales caused by the tunnel closing.
The Callahan Tunnel will reopen Monday morning after more than two months of renovations.
The Callahan Tunnel closed in December for renovations and is scheduled to reopen March 12.
It’s been about a month since the Callahan Tunnel was closed for a major overhaul.
WBZ-TV went inside the closed Callahan Tunnel to get the first look at the renovation project.
The Boston media got its first look at the renovations in the Callahan Tunnel on Tuesday.
The closing of the Callahan Tunnel has not caused any immediate major issues, the Massachusetts Department of Transportation said on Saturday.
Drivers who use the Callahan Tunnel to get to Logan Airport and East Boston will need to find a new route for the next several months.
The Callahan Tunnel is more than 50 years old and Massachusetts Department of Transportation says it’s time for a remodel.