Pawtucket to repave nearly 2 miles this fall

This is a file image of Pawtucket City Hall. (WLNE)

PAWTUCKET, R.I. (WLNE) — Pawtucket Mayor Donald Grebien announced Monday that the city will repave nearly 2 miles of its roads this fall.

The repaving project will kick off in September, with the city repaving 1.87 miles of its roadways.

This fall’s project will bring the total of repaved roads to 137 miles, about 80% of the city’s roads since 2011.

The project has cost Pawtucket about $19 million since 2011.

“We thank the residents who have supported the bond initiatives that continue to make increasing our quality of life possible. We also thank the community for your patience throughout the construction process,” said Grebien.

The following roadways will be paved this fall:

STREET TO BE PAVED

FROM

TO

BLODGETT AVENUE

WALTHAM ST

STERLING ST

COLUMBIA AVENUE

SAMUEL AVE

WEEDEN ST

LONGFELLOW STREET

ROOSEVELT AVE

DICKENS ST

NAUSHON COURT

NAUSHON RD

CUL DE SAC

SHARON AVENUE

STEPHANIE DR

ALFA DR

HARVEY STREET

EAST AVE

CLEVELAND ST

CHESTNUT STREET

SCHOOL ST

PROSPECT ST

WATERMAN STREET

NEWPORT AVE

OSWALD ST

HANCOCK STREET

BALDWIN ST

WEEDEN ST

COURT STREET

CARTER AVE

SARATOGA AVE

PINE STREET

CHURCH ST

CEDAR ST

CONCORD STREET

PARKING LOT ENTRANCE

DEAD END

HOWARD AVENUE

COTTAGE ST

SPRING ST

AMEY STREET

BROADWAY

COLE ST

EXCHANGE CT

EXCHANGE ST

DEAD END

 

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