Belmont Street Will Be a Milling Mess Monday, Tuesday

Photo: More work on Belmont Street.

Go away.

That is likely the best advice for those daily commuters who travel along the lower section of Belmont Street as the main thoroughfare from School Street to the Cambridge line will become an active construction site on Monday and Tuesday, Aug. 3 and 4.

Nashua, NH-based Newport Construction will be micro-milling –  where the pavement is removed, ground up then reused as the aggregate in new pavement – on Belmont Street from School Street to and including the intersection of Ericsson Road.

The work – part of the $17 million Trapelo Road/Belmont Street Corridor Reconstruction Project running from Cambridge-to-Waltham – will require traffic to proceed in single lanes with major delays due to heavy construction equipment on the road.

All of Belmont Street between those two intersections will be posted for “NO PARKING” in preparation for the milling on Monday.

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