Monday, April 4, 2016

Rehabilitation of Charlestown – Springfield bridge


The New Hampshire Department of Transportation (NHDOT) announces work is expected to begin mid-April on the rehabilitation of the bridge carrying NH Route 11 over the Connecticut River between Charlestown, New Hampshire and Springfield, Vermont.

This bridge expansion joint replacement work will initially require daytime lane closures and one-way alternating traffic. Two-way traffic will be restored at the close of work daily.

At the completion of the concrete structural work, the bridge will be paved in its entirety. This will require the bridge to be closed to traffic for five days. Advance notice will be given prior to this work.

Miller Construction, of Windsor, Vermont is the contractor for the $695,000 project, which has a final completion date of August 26, 2016.

   

1 comment :

  1. Not again with the toll bridge between Springfield and Charlestown!

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