Beginning Tuesday, July 27, 2021, through Wednesday, July 28, 2021, the Manchester Public Works Department, through its contractor RM Piper will be working on the Goff’s Falls Road Bridge. The work area is East 955 Goffs Falls Road, 03103
Alternating traffic patterns will be in place. Access to properties may be delayed during the construction process, residents and motorists should expect delays. Please plan accordingly, avoid the work area if possible, and seek alternate routes.
Any questions or comments regarding this construction may be directed to KC Moran at the Manchester Public Works Department at 624-6444.
The Department of Public Works contractor, Continential Paving, Inc., will begin road construction work on South Porter Street between Cilley Road and Weston Road on July 19th. Starting Tuesday July 20th this section of South Porter will be closed to through traffic during the work hours of 7AM to 5PM. Full access will be maintained to homes on this section of South Porter and the side streets off of it, however delays may be encountered when needing to pass through the work area. Please consider using alternate routes. Work will progress until completion which is expected in two to three weeks.
The Department of Public Works paving contractor, iNDUS, will continue CIR Paving on July 12th, 2021 between the hours of 7:00 pm to 5:00 am. Work will take approximately 3 to 4 weeks until substantially completed.
The work areas are Bridge St from Highland St to Mammoth Rd. And Wellington Rd from Mammoth Rd to 240’ East of Edward J Roy Dr.
Parking on Bridge St and Wellington Rd during scheduled work hours is prohibited, violators will be towed.
Detours will be in place during the Construction.
Access to properties may be delayed during the process, residents and motorists should expect delays.
Please plan accordingly, avoid the work area if possible, and seek alternate routes.
Construction for the Goffs Falls Bridge Replacement will resume on Monday, April 26, 2021. A new traffic pattern can be expected the week of May 3. Traffic will be maintained in both directions with occasional, brief lane closures. Expect delays. Construction is anticipated to be complete at the end of Summer 2021.
Construction activities for the rehabilitation of the Queen City Bridge are scheduled to begin this month. Lane closures can be expected starting mid-October and last the entirety of the approximately two year project. Traffic in both directions will be maintained but delays should be expected.
The Public is invited to attend a Local Input Meeting on October 9th, 2019 at 6:00 PM in the City Hall Aldermanic Chambers (3rd Floor) at 1 City Hall Plaza, Manchester, NH for discussion of traffic signal upgrades on Granite Street and S Willow Street. The City’s consultant, VHB, will be presenting information on the proposed project.
The intent of the meeting is to collect input from the public, municipal officials, resource agencies, and abutting property owners on their ideas and concerns relative to the existing traffic operations on project corridors as part of the data collection phase. Proposed design alternatives will be developed from input received at this meeting and presented at a future meeting
Project: Granite Street & S Willow Street Congestion Mitigation & Air Quality Improvement Project
State Project #41747
Federal Project #X-A004(735)
Date: Wednesday October 9, 2019
Time: 6:00 PM
Location: City Hall 3rd Floor (Aldermanic Chambers)
1 City Hall Plaza
Manchester, NH 0310
Contact Chris Bobay from VHB at firstname.lastname@example.org, or (603) 391-3900 with questions.