GP40MC1118 wrote:No biggie! You know as well as I do that prospects for freight east of Framingham and pretty slim. Anything going to/from the SE Mass
cluster comes out of the North Yard anyway.
BandA wrote:I suppose you could install full-highs on stations east of Framingham, and if they ever need to restore wide freight 20 years from now (for some reason) they can install gauntlets, or saw off the edge & install flip edges.
This would be a great opportunity to take a temporary reroute onto the Grand Junction to North Station via Kendalland two weekends of commuter rail service to Worcester will be affected, along with Amtrak’s Lake Shore Limited service, with buses replacing trains for portions of each journey (July 29-30 and Aug. 5-6).
After a June 2-4 dry run to test traffic flow, during which the Mass. Pike will be narrowed to two lanes in each direction, the setup for the bridge project begins on July 7, when travel is reduced to three lanes in each direction between the Beacon Street overpass and the Allston interchange.
That drops to two lanes each way from July 28 to Aug. 7
BandA wrote:This would be a great opportunity to take a temporary reroute onto the Grand Junction to North Station via Kendall [/b]
Boston Landing Station Open
Service to Boston Landing Station on the Worcester line begins on Monday, May 22, 2017.
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