The following is a list of scheduled construction related activity for resurfacing, water and sewer work city-wide. Motorists are advised that there will be traffic delays at these locations during construction activity. The typical hours of work will be from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. Emergency events are not listed on this page.
Additional details can be found on the embedded map below.
The City of Worcester and Canal District businesses are working together to provide convenient access and parking options during the construction of Polar Park, the future home of the Triple-A Worcester Red Sox, and other area projects beginning this summer. In addition to the ballpark, work will include construction of a redesigned Kelley Square, other street, bicycle and pedestrian improvements, upgraded utilities and initial development projects north and south of the ballpark, to include hotels, residences and retail spaces.
A dedicated website has been launched for residents and visitors to stay up-to-date on construction activities, upcoming traffic changes and parking options. Visitors to the site can sign up to receive weekly email updates. Questions can be addressed by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 508-217-3340.
The City is embarking on a top-to-bottom reconstruction of Main Street. This is not simply a repaving project. We’re building a Main Street that is not just a way to drive from Point A to Point B…but a 21st century Main Street, that embraces modern urban design philosophies, that is built to encourage parking your car and walking to multiple experiences, all throughout downtown.
Due to this project, there will be construction activity happening along Main Street. Visit the Main Street project page to view the construction going on in the designated work areas.
MassDOT is working on a project to reconstruct the Plantation Street Bridge at Aitchison Street. The bridge will be widened to include three travel lanes, shoulders and bicycle lanes. The project will also make improvements to Plantation Street from Plantation Terrace to Warden Street. The project is scheduled to be complete in the Spring of 2021.
This project will replace the existing 1930's steel water main that transfers water between the Quinapoxet Reservoir and the Kendall Reservoir in the Town of Holden. The project will be completed in two phases with the first phase beginning in November 2019 and continuing through November 2020.
Travelers of Route 122A, Princeton Street and Whitney Street in Holden may encounter delays during construction. Visit the Quinapoxet Pipeline Project page to view the construction updates and detours.