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Route 128 face lift

Work underway in Danvers and Gloucester will streamline traffic, boost safety, strengthen Andrew Bridge, and install sound barriers

A northbound lane closure on Route 128 at the A. Piatt Andrew Bridge in Gloucester has caused traffic delays. A northbound lane closure on Route 128 at the A. Piatt Andrew Bridge in Gloucester has caused traffic delays. (Photos By John Tlumacki/Globe Staff)
By Kathy McCabe
Globe Staff / July 25, 2010

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Route 128 in Danvers and Gloucester is getting a multimillion-dollar reconstruction, the first major change to ramps and bridges since the highway opened north of Boston 70 years ago. (Full article: 1009 words)

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