UP-ROUTED: Construction workers are on-site at the Westminster Street overpass, part of the Route 6-10 connector project in Providence. Visible in the background is the “flyover” bridge, a major feature of the new design for the busy exchange.  / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
UP-ROUTED: Construction workers are on-site at the Westminster Street overpass, part of the Route 6-10 connector project in Providence. Visible in the background is the “flyover” bridge, a major feature of the new design for the busy exchange. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
The $410 million reconstruction of the Route 6-10 connector in Providence is on time and within budget, with one of the project’s major features – a “flyover” bridge to allow traffic to bypass Olneyville Square – expected to open by the end of 2021. But the massive public works project hasn’t come without controversy in…
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