General Construction Projects

The following projects are slated for the 2022 construction season. Any issues or concerns regarding construction projects may be submitted here.

To request your road to be paved, please enter the information here: https://www.mapsonline.net/miltonma/forms/tablet.html.php?id=208494850. Please note: *This form is for cataloguing requests and for information ONLY. Streets to be paved are at large part selected based on available funding, utility repairs and the pavement management report 


Roadway Reconstruction

Roadways are considered for reconstruction based on the current condition of the roads as recorded by Town's Pavement Management Program which relies on inspection and rating of each town roadway. The roads slated for FY22/FY23 are below:

FY 23 Road Paving Map

The following streets were paved in July 2021:

  • Garden St (Edgehill Rd to Dead End)
  • Webster Rd (Edgehill Rd to Dead End)
  • Warner Rd (Webster Rd to Huntington Rd)
  • Otis St (Adams St to Edgehill Rd)
  • Waldeck Rd (Adams St to Edgehill Rd)
  • Reservation Rd (Adams St to Edgehill Rd)
  • Rowe St (Governors Rd to Adams St)

The following streets had edgework repaired in Fall 2021:

  • Garden St (Edgehill Rd to Dead End)
  • Webster Rd (Edgehill Rd to Dead End)
  • Warner Rd (Webster Rd to Huntington Rd)
  • Waldeck Rd (Adams St to Edgehill Rd)
  • Reservation Rd (Adams St to Edgehill Rd)
  • Rowe St (Governors Rd to Adams St)
  • Huntington Rd (Edgehill Rd to Garden St)
  • Walnut St (Clapp St to Reedsdale Rd)
  • Stanton Rd (Magnolia Rd to Reedsdale Rd)
  • Fairbanks Rd (Central Ave to Walnut St)
  • Magnolia Rd (Bonad Rd to Walnut St)
  • Bonad Rd (Clapp St to Fairbanks Rd)
  • Taylor Rd (Magnolia Rd to Fairbanks Rd)

The following streets are tentatively targeted for paving in June 2022:  

  • Walnut St (Clapp St intersection to Reedsdale Rd)
  • Stanton Rd (Magnolia Rd to Reedsdale Rd)
  • Fairbanks Rd (Central Ave to Walnut St)
  • Magnolia Rd (Bonad Rd to Walnut St)
  • Bonad Rd (Clapp St to Fairbanks Rd)
  • Taylor Rd (Magnolia Rd to Fairbanks Rd)
  • Murray Ave (Pleasant St to Hoy Ter)
  • Hoy Terrace (Murray Ave to Murray Ave)

The following streets are tentatively targeted for preservation treatment in July 2022:  

  • Reedsdale Rd (Canton Ave to Pleasant St)
  • Randolph Ave (Centre St to Adams St)
  • Brook Rd (Canton Ave to Centre St)
  • Huntington Rd (Edgehill Rd to Garden St)

Reedsdale Road/Brook Road/Central Avenue Intersection Improvements

Reedsdale Road at Brook Road and Central Avenue

This intersection improvement project was submitted by community members during the public outreach portion of the Town’s Tier 2 Prioritization Application. This is a 5-way intersection where the section of Rt.28 under the Town’s jurisdiction intersects with Central Avenue and Brook Road. Pierce Middle School is located directly adjacent to the western edge of the intersection, and all of the roads serve as important network connectors for many nearby facilities in Town including the Milton High School, 2 Public Parks, Glover Elementary School, Saint Mary’s Elementary School, and Milton Hospital. Limits of the work is shown in the map above.

The Town has reconstructed roadways and sidewalks on 4 out of the 5 legs of this intersection over the last ten years and has implemented ADA compliant pedestrian facilities as well as bicycle facilities on each roadway during those projects. Milton also recently implemented a Road Diet funded by the MassDOT Shared Streets and Spaces Grant along the northbound section of Rt. 28 (Brook Road) which terminates at this intersection (see description of this ongoing project on this page). The intersection signal currently supports pedestrian and bicycle facilities; however updates are needed to bring the signals into ADA compliance, reconstructing crossings to add ADA compliant pedestrian refuge, and restriping the intersection to help guide all types of users safely through it as they approach the intersection from formalized bike lanes and sidewalks.

This is a MassDOT Complete Streets Grant project will begin construction in the Summer of 2022 for completion by December of 2022. Detailed construction schedule will be uploaded here. 


Intersection Improvements Adams Street at Squantum Street*

The purpose of this project is to improve traffic and safety for all users along Adams Street from Pillon Road to Brook Road including the intersection of Adams Street with Squantum Street. Specific improvements will be made to pedestrian and bicycle accommodations and safety along the corridor, while also rehabilitating the roadway pavement. Proposed improvements include roadway widening with areas of full depth construction and pavement milling and overlay, sidewalk construction, bicycle accommodations and new signs and pavement markings.

Improvements to the intersection of Adams Street with Squantum Street include the installation of a traffic signal for improved and safer operations for all roadway users. Signal coordination will also be provided between the intersections of Adams Street with Squantum Street and Brook Road, due to their close proximity.

This project is planned to be funded as a MassDOT Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) project and is currently in the 25% Design stage.

*Project plan is linked at the bottom of the page.


Stormwater Repair, Cleaning, and Investigation Contract at Various Locations

The Engineering Department is currently overseeing contract D-20-1, which primarily consists of performing point repairs, pipe relays, trenchless repairs/pipe lining including 1340 linear feet of cured-in-place liner and 58 linear feet of cured-in-place short liner, and the additional cleaning and televising of various stormwater drains throughout the Town. This contract was awarded to Commonwealth Construction LLC in October 2020. All dig and replace work has been completed. Trenchless methods of repairs are expected to be completed by November 2021.

In addition, the Town is taking a proactive stance with the CCTV and cleaning of drains. This work will remove sediment and roots from drain lines in order to ensure that they are able to function at their maximum capacity. The television data obtained from this project will also allow the Engineering Department to identify any deficiencies and issues in the overall system which can be repaired or rehabilitated under future contracts.

 
 

East Milton Square Deck Project

Improvements to the East Milton Square Bridge Deck and its surrounding road ways and infrastructure will optimize mobility for all throughout East Milton Square and creating a more inviting environment for visitors to Manning Park. This work is being overseen and administered by MassDOT. For an update on progress please visit: https://www.mass.gov/east-milton-square-bridge-deck-reconstruction-project