Fall River ‘spaghetti ramps’ set to be taken down

STATE OFFICIALS broke ground Friday on the $179 million project to replace Fall River's 'spaghetti ramps' as well as increase access to the water and improve the aesthetics of the western entrance into the city from the Braga Bridge. / COURTESY MASS. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
STATE OFFICIALS broke ground Friday on the $179 million project to replace Fall River's 'spaghetti ramps' as well as increase access to the water and improve the aesthetics of the western entrance into the city from the Braga Bridge. / COURTESY MASS. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
FALL RIVER – The last of the “Mega Projects”in Mass. Gov. Deval L. Patrick’s Accelerated Bridge Program got under way Friday as Patrick, Mass. Department of Transportation Secretary and CEO Richard A. Davey and assorted local officials held a ceremonial groundbreaking ceremony in the shadow of the Braga Bridge and the so-called “spaghetti ramps” of…

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