Casey Night Work Could Wrap Before July 4

This daytime photo of work being done along the Casey Arborway on May 13, 2015, has been altered to suggest a nighttime scene.

Photo and photo illustration by Chris Helms

This daytime photo of work being done along the Casey Arborway on May 13, 2015, has been altered to suggest a nighttime scene.

The current round of nighttime demolition of the Casey Overpass is scheduled to finish on July 2, according to an email from the Department of Transportation.

On Monday, officials sent out a “three-week look-ahead” describing major aspects of the Casey Arborway project during that period.

Among the highlights (or lowlights, depending on your attitude and proximity to the noise) is that the tear-down of the piers along Washington Street and at the 39 Bus stop will continue the weeks of June 22 and 29.

Other major points:

  • There will be no work on Saturday, July 4, for Independence Day.
  • In the Arborway Yard, temporary courthouse parking will be completed. Courthouse parking will shift from under the overpass to the Arborway Yard.
  • On Washington Street, final steps for the opening of the northbound temporary roadway will be undertaken.

In the MBTA parking lot off Hyde Park Avenue, the parking attendant’s booth and electric car charging stations will be removed, along with other prep work.

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  • Crystal Haynes

    Anyone have video of the noise they’re dealing with at night keeping them up?!!!