Website launched for Nashua’s new parkway
This week, the city formally launched the new website in an effort to update citizens on the two-lane, 1.8 mile roadway project.
The website includes frequent construction updates, details on different project phases, budget plans, maps, a contractor list, project team contacts and more.
“The parkway begins at a new signalized intersection at Broad Street between Blue Hill Avenue and the existing railroad crossing. Following a route adjacent to the existing railroad corridor, the parkway will pass beneath reconstructed bridges at Baldwin Street as well as Fairmount Street,” according to the site. “At the Nashua River, the parkway alignment will turn away from the railroad and cross the river with a new bridge, touching down in the heart of the historic Millyard.”
Work on the Fairmount Street Bridge will begin once Baldwin Street is finished, and that section of the project should be completed in about a year. The new Nashua River Bridge will be finished prior to that, with an opening date planned for May 1, 2015.
“It is going well. So far, things are progressing,” Lozeau said Wednesday.To visit the new website, go to gonashua.com and click on Broad Street Parkway in the right-hand column.
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