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Could Tewksbury Residents See a Smoother Drive on Route 38?

According to the Lowell Sun, $10 million could be approved to fix a two-mile stretch of road on Route 38.

Could Tewksbury Residents See a Smoother Drive on Route 38?
It's a bumpy ride for Tewksbury residents driving on Route 38. But funding that is a part of the proposed transportation bond bill recently approved by the Massachusetts State Senate may be paving the way for a better commute.

During Tuesday night's Board of Selectmen meeting, the Lowell Sun reported that $10 million was added to the $13 billion transportation bill by Sen. Barry Finegold. The money is designed to upgrade the roads on a two-mile stretch of Route 38 that Tewksbury officials say is in need of desperate need of repairs and could be deterring businesses from opening their doors in town.

"It's a state road, and I can't understand why all these agencies can't figure out how to pave Route 38," said Selectman David Gay, according to the Lowell Sun report. "It's killing bringing business into this town."

What is your take on the Route 38 project? Does this stretch of road present the worth potholes in Tewksbury? If not, where is the worst? Let us know in the comments section below.

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