Ten Days of Paving On Trapelo Road Begins Monday, Oct. 19

Photo: Road work on Trapelo Road will last one week. 

It’s official; the town administrator’s office has released the schedule for the night time work on Trapelo Road as part of the $17.1 million state-financed Trapelo Road/Belmont Street Reconstruction Project.

Beginning Monday night, Oct. 19, Newport Construction will be paving the main thoroughfare.  Weather permitting, work is expected to be completed by Wednesday, Oct. 28 and will occur between 8 p.m. to 5 a.m.

The paving will occur from Mill Street to Cushing Square. 

Access to driveways along the work area may be restricted so residents should park on side streets away from Trapelo Road if you need access to your vehicle overnight.

Residents with questions should contact the office of Community Development at 617-993-2665.

Final Nighttime Paving Schedule Set from Waverley to Cushing Sq

Photo: Nighttime paving from Waverley to Cushing squares begins Oct. 19.

The western half of the $17.1 million Trapelo Road/Belmont Street Reconstruction Project is scheduled to be completed just before Halloween, according to town officials, nearly two years to the day since Massachusetts Department of Transportation-financed construction began in 2013.

After work crews tear up and place an intermediate surface in Cushing Square, the final pavement will by laid overnight beginning on Oct. 19.

The night work will begin at 8 p.m. and conclude at 5 a.m., according to town officials. Residents along Trapelo Road will be informed of the construction schedule.

The time line for the work is:

  • Tuesday, Oct 13: Start milling the remaining section of Trapelo and Common Street at Cushing Square.
  • Thursday, Oct. 15: Paving intermediate course on Trapelo at Cushing Square.
  • Monday, Oct. 19: Night paving begins at Mill Street continuing throughout the week to complete final paving at the east side of Cushing Square
  • Monday, Oct. 26: Final pavement markings to begin.

Work continues along the eastern/Belmont Street portion of the two-mile project, with a spring 2016 completion date.