Grant: $70,172,997 - Federal Highway Administration - Jun. 11, 2009
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Award Description: FALL RIVER- FREETOWN- INTERCHANGE CONSTRUCTION ON ROUTE 24 The project includes the construction of a new interchange (Exit 8B) on Route 24 in Freetown and construction of new access roadways east to the proposed Fall River Executive Park and west to South Main Street in Freetown. The project will also include acceleration and deceleration lanes along Route 24 and the relocation of approximately 1,600 feet of South Main Street with a new bridge over the railroad. The project will benefit the Town of Freetown and the City of Fall River by improving highway access for their commercial developments, as well as compensating Fall River for its donation of development rights to the bioreserve. The new interchange will also relieve pressure on the currently substandard interchange at the Airport rotary.
Project Description: Request for Proposal document has been issued to short-listed Design Build contractors. Review of technical proposals is complete and contract will be awarded in October
Jobs Summary: This is a Design/Build project and will have jobs in both design and highway construction. (Total jobs reported: 1)
Project Status: Less Than 50% Completed
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