Town of Barnstable Road Work Notice

Barnstable, Route 6A, Boat Cove Creek

MassDOT will be conducting work in your community in the near future.  The following project information is being forwarded to you for distribution to affect City/Town Departments.

Project Location (City/Town):    Priority - Barnstable, Rte. 6A /Boat cove Creek, (C#98898 WO#4)

Estimated Start Date of Work:           10/29/19 *

                                                            *Date subject to change due to weather, staffing needs or operational  requirements

 

Project Type:                                       Deck and Joint Repairs

 

Resident Engineer and Contact Information: Matthew Pike                                                                                                                               (774)-292-2102                                                                                                                           [email protected]

Description of Work:    Priority Deck Repairs.

 

 

Contractor and Contact Information:  Sealcoating, Inc.                                                                                                                           Steve Carey                                                                                                                                     (617)-590-4866                                                                                                                          [email protected]

Hours of Operation (Day/Night):                    7:00 am – 3:30 pm

 

Description of Traffic Management:  Traffic at work location will be detoured during work hours.  Detour will be deployed to direct traffic to use Maple Street, Willow Street, and Meeting House Way.   See attached detour plan.  Police will be on site to assist.  

 

Estimated Duration of Work:                           1 DAY

 

Additional Information:                                  ERS # 16026


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