DEFICIENT 1-90 VIADUCT REPLACEMENT PROJECT COULD START IN 2020
Construction would begin in three years to replace a structurally deficient viaduct that carries 144,000 vehicles a day along Interstate 90, over Boston's Allston neighborhood, according to plans outlined by state officials on Monday.
"The time has come to move this project forward through the design phase so it can be built," MassDOT chief highway engineer Patricia Leavenworth said in a statement released after state transportation and MBTA officials received a presentation on the I-90 Allston Viaduct project.
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