MARSHFIELD — The new Beach Street Bridge over the Cut River in Marshfield has opened.
Planning for the project began in 2017 with construction beginning after Labor Day 2019. According to MassDOT, the project was completed a year ahead of schedule.
“The completion of this bridge is one of many examples of how a strong municipal partnership can assist MassDOT with project planning and construction,” said MassDOT Secretary and CEO Stephanie Pollack.
State Sen. Patrick O’Connor, Marshfield Town Administrator Michael Maresco, project officials and other stakeholders joined MassDOT administrators in a virtual bridge ribbon cutting ceremony on June 2.
“This is a project that we are very proud of,” said Highway Administrator Jonathan Gulliver. “Having the bridge replaced a year ahead of schedule, in a heavily utilized area, was only possible because of the fine engineering from MassDOT staff and having amazing partners like the Towns of Marshfield and Duxbury.”
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