CAMBRIDGE, Md.- Reconstruction of Cambridge’s historic High Street is on a roll.
One lane is now open, allowing one-way traffic to pass on the new brick road.
The city has been trying to repair the 300-block of High Street for months, slowing down foot traffic and business in the downtown area.
Doug Turner, owner of Downtown Frame of Mind, said he’s anxious to see the road and business pick back up.
“It’s been really tough, but it’s going to be worth the wait, because things are going to be beautiful down here,” Turner said. “I love the bricks and I think in about two weeks, they’re going to be done, and I’m ready for it.”
In addition to the new bricks, there are also a few lamp posts now installed along High Street.
The City of Cambridge said it is working to open the street back up before the Fourth of July holiday.