WAREHAM (CBS) — Massachusetts is updating its schedule to replace exit numbers across the state so that signs will match the mile markers. All signs on Route 140 have now been replaced.

Crews are now continuing work on I-195 between Wareham and Seekonk for the first week of November. Work will start at 8 p.m. nightly and continue through 5 a.m. the next day.

READ MORE: Hardwick Health Agent Says 'It's Impossible' To Convince Residents To Get COVID Vaccine

Once I-195 is done, the contractor will move on to Route 25 between Wareham and Bourne, and then Route 3 between Braintree and Bourne.

READ MORE: Tree Falls On House In Hyde Park During Strong Storm

MassDOT says old exit numbers will be displayed along with new ones at key locations for a minimum of two years.

An updated exit sign on Route 140 (Photo credit: MassDOT)

MassDOT has launched an interactive website, NewMassExits.com, to show what the new mileage-based exit numbers will be.

MORE NEWS: 7-Month-Old With Rare Genetic Condition Sent Home From Hospital For The First Time Since Being Born

The project to bring the state in line with federal mandates is expected to last through at least next summer.