The I-93/I-95 Interchange Improvements Project covers the junction of these two Interstate Highways in Woburn, Reading, Stoneham, and extends along I-95 into Wakefield. The project will improve traffic flow and safety principally by replacing the northwest and southeast loop ramps with direct connections and reconfiguring the Washington Street Ramps (exit 36) to provide a direct connection to I-93, resulting in the elimination of all interchange weaves. The project also includes the addition of a single travel lane northbound on I-95 between the I-93/I-95 interchange (exit 37) and Route 129 (exit 40) in Wakefield, and the extension of the proposed new exit ramp from I-95 northbound to I-93 (both directions), through the Washington Street interchange (exit 36).
This project will ultimately advance the certificate on the Environmental Notification Form (ENF) filed with the Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act (MEPA) in August 2007 through an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS), Environmental Impact Report (EIR), Design review, and wetland variance if appropriate.
There are currently no meetings scheduled for this project. Future meetings will be posted here.