New Bedford, MBTA reach agreement on new $21M pedestrian bridge

THE MASSACHUSETTS BAY Transit Authority and the city of New Bedford reached an agreement for the MBTA to build a new $21 million pedestrian bridge for the new downtown rail station. / COURTESY NEW BEDFORD MAYOR'S OFFICE
NEW BEDFORD – The city and the Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority have reached an agreement on constructing a new $21 million pedestrian bridge as part of the new downtown rail station being built. The city says the bridge would be a walkway over John F. Kennedy Boulevard between Purchase Street and the station. There have…

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