How are the roads

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How are the roads

Post by waynoinsano » Tue Mar 24, 2015 8:32 pm

I'll be driving in from the south are the roads near the pru bad with potholes? few, many, giant, or patched. Just wanted to know from anyone who has been in the area if I'll need to keep an eye out.

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Re: How are the roads

Post by Elli21486 » Tue Mar 24, 2015 10:40 pm

At this point, the entire area, whether local streets or highways, has some sort of potholes or another. I will say keep an eye out since many of the potholes may not get filled prior to Anime Boston. In fact, they may not be able to fill them until mid-April to early May.
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Re: How are the roads

Post by Old_School_Anime_Lover02 » Wed Mar 25, 2015 4:41 pm

also check your local news before you show up. the traffic can change from day to day and is not always reliable espessily during rush hr.
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Re: How are the roads

Post by winterwing3000 » Wed Mar 25, 2015 9:35 pm

Potholes galore all about Boston. Best to drive safely and try dodging the big ones. I don't' think authorities will be full on patching till they're sure that Boston is clear of snow.
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Re: How are the roads

Post by Yukito Kunisaki » Thu Mar 26, 2015 8:39 am

There are four ways to get to the Hynes if you are coming up 93. Well, that my commute uses. Two run into each other early though.

Exit 16 - Run up Mass Ave.
Exit 18 - Run up Mass Ave.
Exit 18 - Run down East Berkeley Street
Exit 20/HOV Lane (HOV if 2+) - Run down Kneeland Street/St. James.

I want to say Exit 18 - Mass Ave was the smoothest of the four, but has said, potholes are there. Boston experienced a bad winter, so a lot of the roads have been beat to high-Hell. They aren't terrible, but the holes are there. As said, just play it safe with it. Mass Ave is easily the best way to go (pothole-less wise) .... Berkeley and Kneeland are beat to high Hell, despite me liking to go Kneeland in.

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