Bass River Bridge Replacement Project

The Bass River Bridge carries Route 28 over the Bass River between the towns of Yarmouth and Dennis.

The first permanent Bass River bridge was built in 1832 and crossed the water at nearby Ferry Street. Today’s span dates from 1935 and is the third in a series of Bass River Bridges. As one of only three crossings of the Bass River, the bridge carries significant traffic during the summer tourist season and provides an important link year round between the towns east of the river and Cape Cod Hospital in Hyannis. The bridge, though safe for all users, is reaching the end of its useful lifespan and must be replaced.

Contact Information

Address

10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116

Online

Nathaniel Cabral-Curtis, Howard/Stein-Hudson, Manager of Public Involvement Email Bass River Bridge Replacement Project at ncabral-curtis@hshassoc.com
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