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Portion of College Avenue closed for construction

Posted: Aug. 10, 2020 12:01 am

QUINCY -- College Avenue between North 30th and 36th streets is closed to through traffic through mid-November.

The Quincy Engineering Department said Rees Construction started the reconstruction of the street. Residents on College Avenue will have vehicle access to their homes throughout the project except when workers are in the immediate area of their home.

Motorists are asked to drive carefully near the construction work zones and use alternate routes when possible. They also are reminded to not drive through any area where workers are present and to never move barricades in order to reach their destination.

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