Today, Tuesday, Aug. 20, from 4 a.m.-6 p.m. the McClure’s Mills Connector will be limited to inbound traffic (toward Willow St.). Outbound traffic from Willow Street will be detoured to Lower Truro Road and Wade Road. The signals at Wade/Abenaki/McClure’s Mills will be operating and traffic will be permitted to flow as normal. Left turns will not be permitted from McClure’s Mills to James Street or from James Street to McClure’s Mills. Right turns will not be permitted from Lower Truro Road to the McClure’s Mills connector during paving.
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