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Commuters Face Potentially Months Of Delays After A Truck Hits A Bridge on I-9314:02
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With many residents limiting travel due to the coronavirus pandemic, the number of highway trips in Massachusetts has plummeted. (Jesse Costa/WBUR)
With many residents limiting travel due to the coronavirus pandemic, the number of highway trips in Massachusetts has plummeted. (Jesse Costa/WBUR)

State transportation officials say commuters could be facing traffic delays for months after a truck hit and then got stuck under a bridge on I-93 in Medford on Monday.  
With traffic at or nearing pre-pandemic levels, what could this mean for commuters?
We hear from Dan McNichol, an infrastructure advocate and former chief spokesperson for The Big Dig, and Jim Aloisi, former Massachusetts Secretary of Transportation and board member of the group Transit Matters.

This segment aired on July 20, 2021.

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