So the city repaved West Boylston Street a couple of weeks ago--wait, I should clarify: they re-paved MOST of West Boylston Street, leaving anywhere from about a foot to a few feet between the street and the curbs unpaved.
I figured they'd be coming back and paving out to the curbs sometime afterwards, but so far there's been no activity whatsoever. It's been morbidly entertaining to see people practically bottoming out their cars if they have to turn onto a side street or into the parking lots of one of the various businesses on West Boylston Street.
What the hell, City of Worcester? What's the thinking, here? "Eh, after a few years of heavy use, everything'll even out eventually!"
This is certainly one of the biggest and most involved "Bump Installations" I've seen in quite some time. I can only imagine what Jeff would have had to say about it.