Aerial photo Methuen rotary before and after construction

Rotary Construction Anticipated to Begin Summer 2014

The Massachusetts Department of Transportation's (MassDOT) Methuen Rotary Project will make dramatic improvements to mobility, accessibility and safety at the rotary and on adjacent local and state roadways, including Interstate 93 (I-93) and Route 110 and Route 113 in Methuen.

What is going to change? See photos (left) for before and after!

  • Rotary replaced with a “partial cloverleaf” interchange
  • New northbound off-ramp from I-93 to westbound Route 110/113
  • Southbound off-ramp from I-93 realigned
  • New southbound on-ramp to I-93 from westbound Route 110/113
  • New or improved signals at 7 locations in the project area
  • Noise barriers along Noyes Street and Smith Avenue/Cherry Hill Circle
  • Four houses acquired and occupants relocated
  • Shoulders and bike lanes for bicycles and new and improved sidewalks

More details can be found on About the Project Overview page.

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What's New

Bids were opened for the Methuen Rotary Project and construction is anticipated to begin in June 2014 and completed late 2017!

March 2014 newsletter is available. See the Update page to download a copy.

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