News Brief: No fuel at Mass Pike Lee service plaza

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By Thursday, Feb 22 News

MassDOT: No fuel at Lee service plaza on Mass Pike

Lee — The Massachusetts Department of Transportation has announced that, beginning Monday, Feb. 26, fuel area renovation work will be occurring at the Interstate 90 westbound service plaza in Lee and no fuel will be available to travelers for approximately eight to nine weeks. The work will include underground piping, tank removal and installation, replacement of the gasoline canopy, and additional improvement activities.

Signage will be in place to notify drivers, and will include messages prior to the Blandford westbound service plaza that will read “Last Fuel Stop on Rte 90”; messages prior to Exit 2 on I-90 westbound that will state “No Fuel at Service Plaza”; and messages before the I-90 westbound Lee service plaza with the text “No Fuel This Service Plaza.”

Other amenities at the location such as food and restrooms will continue to be available during this time.

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