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Road Closures in Reading

Streets and sidewalks are being worked on this week, and Main Street will be closed Thursday.

Roads and sidewalks will be worked on throughout Reading this week. Take these street closures into consideration while traveling.

Main Street will be closed from Washington Street to the railroad crossing on Thursday, Oct. 18 from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. 

There will be new concrete sidewalks and granite curbing installed on Highland Street between Federal and Auburn Street. The sidewalks on Bancroft Avenue will be worked on between Lowell and Auburn Streets. 

According to the town of Reading's website, during daytime hours when construction is occurring all on-street parking within the sidewalk construction areas will be prohibited. Vehicles that interfere with the work will be towed.

The following streets are not yet scheduled for resurfacing:    

  • Pleasant Street - Manning Street to end   
  • Irving Street - Main Street to Pearl Street
  • Boswell Road 

The following roads are completed:

  • Garrett Road 
  • West Street - Arcadia Avenue to Wescroft Road
  • Sanborn Lane - Mill Street to Lilah Lane
  • Sanborn Lane - Roma Lane to cul-de-sac
  • Lilah Lane
  • Thomas Drive 
  • Verde Circle 
  • Haven Street - Main Street to John Street
  • Pond Meadow Drive 
Threekids October 17, 2012 at 11:52 PM
When is Haverhill Street from N Reading line to Wakefield Street going to be resurfaced? The contractors installing the new water main did a HORRIBLE job patching their work. I think I might lose some teeth driving down that road!
Jim October 18, 2012 at 12:32 AM
I completely agree. It should be done before winter.
Jamie B October 18, 2012 at 04:27 PM
What about West Street? The work there was completed a long time ago. The stretch nearest the Barrows School is horrendous.
Ashley Troutman October 18, 2012 at 08:29 PM
I'll do my best to find out and get back to you.
Ashley Troutman October 25, 2012 at 07:30 PM
As for Haverhill Street, according to the DPW they plan to start work next spring. They installed a new water main, so have to wait about six months to make sure the trenches settle before they can start work. They are also considering putting in a bike path. As for West Street, according to the DPW they have to wait for state funding, but are hoping for that to come through next year. They completed the design in-house, but still need to wait for the funding.

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