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The end of the road (work)

071913 rsNorthborough – Northborough residents and business owners are breathing a sigh of relief now that the downtown improvement project is in its final stages. Over the past year, traffic lights have been reconfigured, part of Route 20 has been made slightly wider, left turn only lanes have been created, and the railroad crossing has been redone, all in an attempt to improve the traffic flow that so often left the area a congested mess.

The project, which was under the management of the state Department of Transportation, cost an estimated $2.5 million.

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