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Main Street (Route 122A) Reconstruction Project South Grafton

South Grafton Elementary School
February 27, 2019, 7:00 PM

The reconstruction of Main Street in South Grafton has hit a crucial milestone for the project.  The Massachusetts Department of Transportation will be holding a Public Hearing to provide the public with an opportunity to become fully acquainted with the proposed Main Street Reconstruction Project which will start at the Sutton/Grafton Town Line and end at the intersection of Main Street and Providence Road.  The project is approximately 2.05 miles in length and consists of new sidewalks with improved handicap accessibility, new and reset granite curbing and a reconstructed/resurfaced roadway with bicycle accommodating shoulders. Intersection realignments and drainage system improvements are also proposed.

The planned improvements to Main Street will enhance and improve access to the three historical mill villages within South Grafton and support opportunities for economic development along the corridor. Residents and businesses along the project corridor are encouraged to attend to learn about the project and to help shape the future of Main Street.

Information about the Project, including plans can be found on the Town’s website for the Project at

Please contact the Grafton Planning Department if you have any questions (508-839-5335 x1120; [email protected]).