Road Closures in Sudbury Following Hurricane Sandy

These roads are closed, officials said.

The Sudbury Police Dept. has provided a list of road closures following Hurricane Sandy's passage through town on Oct. 29.

You can view the map on the police department's website, or see the list below:

  • Concord Road northbound, from Newbridge to Thompson - Closed.
  • Old Sudbury Road from Town Center to Wolbach, both directions - Closed
  • Haynes Road, Dunster to Willow Hill - Closed.
  • Haynes Road, Willow Hill School to Dunster Road - Closed.
  • Mossman Road, Willis to Ledge, both directions - Closed
  • Dudley at Tipling Rock Road - Pine tree across street with electrical wires down - Closed.
  • 235 Willis Road
  • 100 Thunder Road
  • 145 Horse Pond Road
  • 40 Old Lancaster Road - Passible with debris in road
  • Peakham Road from French to Old Garrison - Closed.
  • 27 Austin Road, low-hanging wires from house service to pole #5
  • 35 Peakham Road - Closed.
  • Ronald Road from Barbara to Firecut - Detour.
  • Richard Avenue - Closed.
  • Old Lancaster from Colonial to Hudson - Closed.
  • 4 Demarco, low-hanging house service
  • Woodside Road - Closed.
  • Lynne Road at Brookdale, impassable - Large pine tree across road
  • Puritan Lane (North Side) - trees/wires across road
  • Singletary Lane at Windsor - tree and wires across road
  • 160 Mossman Road - Arcing Wires with barricades placed
  • Lincoln Road - Closed. No acces to Concord Road
  • Morse Road - Closed.
  • Plympton Road at Concord - Closed.
  • Candy Hill Road at Concord - Closed.
  • Plympton at Clark - Closed.
  • New Bridge Road - Closed.
  • Plympton at Water Row - Closed.
  • Water Row closed at Newbridge to Rte. 27.
Rob F October 30, 2012 at 03:46 PM
Does anyone know of an equivalent map for all of Boston/MetroWest?
Abby Jordan (Editor) October 30, 2012 at 04:03 PM
I don't know of one for the whole region, but I'd check the Patch sites in towns you're interested in finding out about. They should have road closure info available.
SudburyMom October 31, 2012 at 02:53 PM
No power still in Surrey Lane neighborhood!


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