- An MBTA train struck and killed a man near the Kingston/Plymouth Line’s crossing of Main Street in Hanson early Wednesday morning (Patriot Ledger). Hanson’s Main Street, a state highway, has only one sidewalk, and there are no crosswalks leading to the commuter rail platform adjacent to the crash site.
- The CambridgeSide Mall is dying, but Cambridge planners are not rushing to the rescue with zoning changes to allow denser mixed-use redevelopment (Cambridge Day).
- Mechanical problems on the M/V Governor led the state’s Steamship Authority to cancel several trips Wednesday morning (Boston Globe).
- MassDOT says “it’s safe to drive the Chicopee Curve (on Interstate 91) as long as you slow down to the posted speed limit,” reports WWLP, after MassDOT and State Police spent hours cleaning up a few tons of proof that drivers ignore posted speed limits:
#MAtraffic Rte 91 N/B in #Chicopee still has only one lane open. All other lanes remain closed. Rte 391 S/B to Rte 91 remains closed. Cleanup continues from ealier TT rollover. Expect delays in that area. pic.twitter.com/bvEBPwUzi5
— Mass State Police (@MassStatePolice) May 28, 2019
#MAtraffic TT rollover crash Rte 90 in #Chicopee at the Exit 5 on ramp. No injuries. Ramps are closed at this time pending removal of the truck. pic.twitter.com/yFy69S2RDA
— Mass State Police (@MassStatePolice) May 29, 2019