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File:Joseph Muller Bridge and South Hadley Falls Interchange Project (1958-1959).png

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Map of the U.S. Route 202 South Hadley Falls Interchange Project; built in tandem with the Joseph E. Muller Bridge, the $3 million dollar ($26.8 million in 2019 USD) Holyoke and South Hadley project relieved traffic from the South Hadley Falls Bridge (now occupied by the Vietnam Memorial Bridge), and gave commuter and industrial traffic alternative access to the city.
Date 1959
Source A report to Governor Foster Furcolo on the Massachusetts Highway Program and other Department activities, Sept. 12, 1959
Author Massachusetts Dept. of Public Works
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