Casey Arborway Project

The Monsignor William J. Casey Overpass is the elevated section of Route 203 which carries the Arborway over Washington and South Street in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of the City of Boston.

The Monsignor William J. Casey Overpass was the elevated section of Route 203 which carried the Arborway over Washington and South Street in the Jamaica Plain neighborhood of the City of Boston. Through the course of the Casey Arborway Project, the 1953 overpass was replaced with a new, at-grade Arborway connection.

The area around the overpass serves many neighborhoods, pedestrians, cyclists, MBTA riders and motorists. The area also acts as an important gateway to such Boston institutions as Franklin Park, Forest Hills Cemetery, Shattuck Hospital and the Arnold Arboretum.

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