We have reached out to not only The J.F White Construction Company the contractor for the Neponset River Bridge reconstruction project the city of Quincy and Ma DOT and have yet to receive any reply. Brian McNamee who is the City of Quincy ward councilor for this area of Quincy has yet to make any comments nor has he even been keeping the residents of North Quincy and Squantum apprised of what is going on. Where are the community meetings? This is discraceful. To contact Brian McNamee you can send him an email: firstname.lastname@example.org. but don't expect too much from him.
Here is a comment we received this morning from one of more avid readers and respondents
7:40am on Wed 9/19/2012 traffic backed all the way up Commander Shea Blvd (coming out of Marina Bay) all the way into Seaport Drive in Marina Bay! Too many QSD commuters think they are taking "shortcut" by going longer way by turning right onto E. Squantum, left into and thru Marina Bay, then left onto Commander Shea Blvd. When it's as backed up as it is, it takes 15+ minutes just to go 1/2 mile to get thru the 5-lanes-merge-into-1 bottleneck.
Guess this is what happens when the city of Quincy hit the "MegaMillions jackpot" in public funding for multiple bridge repairs to be done concurrently. The N. Quincy area resembles the Big Dig w/ the Neponset River Bridge and the Hancock St. overpass being completely rebuilt at same time.
But the lack of communication from the MA DOT and city of Quincy is at best, appalling