Monday, May 03, 2021

Moody Street in Waltham Is Closed to Traffic for a Second Season; Outdoor Patios Being Set Up Once Again

A "restaurant row" in the western suburbs has been shut down to vehicular traffic for another season in order to help dining spots out as the pandemic continues.

According to an article from NBC 10, Moody Street in Waltham is now closed to traffic from the Pine Street/Crescent Street intersection up to High Street as of Saturday, May 1, and it will remain shut down until October 31. As was the case last year, the closure of the road will allow restaurants to have expanded outdoor dining out front, while patrons will need to wear face masks except when seated and dining spots will need to supply customers with hand sanitizer and paper menus.

Last year the same stretch of Moody Street was shut down to vehicles from June 8 to November 1.

by Marc Hurwitz (Also follow us on Twitter at @hiddenboston)

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