TRAFFIC ADVISORY : CITY OF BOSTON DETOUR ROUTES
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For Immediate Release
July 11, 2006
Released By:
Transportation
For More Information Contact:
Tracey Ganiatsos
tracy.ganiatsos@cityofboston.gov

Due to last evening's accident in the I-90 connector tunnel, traffic is being detoured at various locations in Boston. Acting Boston Transportation Commissioner Thomas J. Tinlin is advising drivers that the following detours have been initiated and that they are expected to remain in place at least through tomorrow's AM rush hour. Commuters are strongly encouraged to take advantage of the MBTA.

From South of Boston heading to Logan Airport/East Boston: There are two detour routes that may be taken.

-Exit 23 from I-93N, left on North Street, right on Congress Street, right on New Chardon Street, right into the Callahan Tunnel
-Exit 26 from I-93N, loop around Leverett Circle to the ramp leading back to the Callahan Tunnel and I-93.

From West of Boston heading to Logan Airport/East Boston: There are two detour routes that may be taken.
-I-90E to I-93N to Exit 23, left on North Street, right on Congress Street, right on New Chardon Street, right into the Callahan Tunnel
-Exit 26 from I-93N, loop around Leverett Circle to the ramp leading back to the Callahan Tunnel and I-93.

From Logan Airport/East Boston heading West of Boston
I-90W to Exit 25, right on Congress Street, right on D Street, right on the Haul Road, right on Frontage Road northbound to I-90W ramp north of the Broadway Bridge.

From South Boston to I-93N/I-93S Access from South Boston is currently being maintained via the connector tunnel to I-93.

To ensure traffic and pedestrian safety on local roadways, Boston Police Officers will be controlling traffic on major thoroughfares in the city effected by spillover traffic from the tunnel closure.
Drivers and pedestrians alike are being cautioned to expect extra traffic on Boston's streets and to pay close attention to the rules of the road.

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