UPDATE: Sagamore Bridge Maintenance Work is Done

SAGAMORE – UPDATE: 10:30 a.m.: Officials with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced that construction along the Sagamore Bridge has finished.

Crews completed paving along the span Thursday morning before wrapping up progress on the sidewalks and cleaning up the area. Temporary stripes have been placed across the bridge, as all travel lanes have been opened up.

The Army Corps added that permanent lines will be added on the road at night over the weekend, while all signage will be removed and the sidewalks will reopen to pedestrians and cyclists.

The original text of the story is posted below:


After weeks of construction resulting in heavy traffic heading on and off of Cape Cod, the Bourne Police Department said lane restrictions at the Sagamore Bridge are expected to be lifted by Thursday afternoon, May 11.

Road work signage should also be removed by Friday, May 12, according to authorities.

Additional street closures in the area have been enacted by police due to crews working along the span, as the project has been ongoing at a 24/7 rate since late March.

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