From the Milford Daily News, articles of interest for Franklin:
"For almost 15 years, Paul Matthews has been hearing from companies about the challenges of the 495/90 interchange.
But last year the long-standing project to fix the interchange entered its design phase with $227 million set aside in the state’s capital plan.
Matthews, executive director of the 495/MetroWest Partnership, said enhancing the project is key for the region’s economy. The interchange is vital for companies to transport products and raw materials and for their employees’ commutes, he said.
“It is in its final design stage,” Matthews said."
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The "Strength in Numbers" report for 2017 can be found here