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Published: 09/23/2022 3:26 PM

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Massabesic St Phase 2 Roadway Reconstruction Begins Monday 9-26-2022. 

Published: 09/23/2022

The Department of Public Works Contractor, Continental Paving, will begin the roadway reconstruction on Massabesic St between Cypress St and Mammoth Rd during the hours of 7:00 am to 5:00 pm. The reconstruction is anticipated to take approximately +/- 5 weeks. Please plan accordingly, avoid the work area if possible, and seek alternate routes.

Parking on Massabesic St 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. 

Construction Detour

  • Southeast traffic on Massabesic St will be detoured north at Cypress St to Spruce St to Tarrytown Rd. Left on Tarrytown Rd and right onto Lake Ave. to Mammoth Rd
  • Eastbound traffic on Massabesic St will be detoured across Massabesic St to Tarrytown Rd. right onto Lake Ave. to Mammoth Rd
  • Northwest traffic on Massabesic St will remain open to traffic between Mammoth Rd and Cypress St.

Detour Map: 

https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/edit?mid=1ycEYSwtDrlvGc6cDXdDm2twzyi-pi5Y&usp=sharing

https://www.manchesternh.gov/Departments/Highway/Streets/Road-Closures

Massabesic St Phase 1 Roadway Reconstruction Begins 9-22-2022.

Published: 09/21/2022

The Department of Public Works Contractor, Continental Paving, will begin the roadway reconstruction on Massabesic St between Hall St and Tarrytown Rd from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm. The reconstruction is anticipated to take approximately +/- 5 weeks.  Please plan accordingly, avoid the work area if possible, and seek alternate routes.

Parking on Massabesic St 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.

Construction Detour

  • Southeast traffic on Massabesic St will be detoured east on Spruce St to Tarrytown Rd. 
  • Northwest traffic will remain open to traffic between Tarrytown Rd and Spruce St.
  • Massabesic St between Hall St and Spruce St will be closed during the construction activities.

Detour Map:

https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=1ycEYSwtDrlvGc6cDXdDm2twzyi-pi5Y&usp=sharing

Roadway Construction - The Intersection of Queen City Ave, Second St and Woodbury Ave. Monday 8-22-2022

Published: 08/20/2022

Roadway Construction -  The Intersection of Queen City Ave, Second St, and Woodbury Ave.

Beginning Monday 8-22-2022 between the hours of 8:00 am and 12:00 pm.

 

 

 

Construction begins on Mill Girl Stair Improvements 6/2022

Published: 05/25/2022 4:19 PM

Please be advised that the construction of a Mill-Girl Stair improvement project is scheduled to begin the first week of June 2022 and is expected to finish in late November of 2022. This work will involve the construction of a new ADA-accessible ramp along with improved stairs. During the construction period, the stair will be closed for public use. However, there will be a temporary stair for the pedestrian to use.

If you have any questions or concerns, please call the City of Manchester Department of Highways at 624-6444 ext. 

I-93, Exit 8 southbound on-ramp at Wellington Road in Manchester to be closed beginning Monday, April 4, 2022

Published: 03/31/2022

The New Hampshire Department of Transportation (NHDOT) has announced the closure of the southbound Exit 8 on-ramp to I-93 at Wellington Road in Manchester for bridge construction operations. 
 
Electronic message boards and traffic control devices will be used to alert and assist motorists during lane closures.    Detours will be in place to direct motorists northbound to reverse direction at Exit 9. 
 
This project is scheduled to be complete by October 2022. Any questions should be directed to the NHDOT.

Queen City Bridge Rehabilitation Update

Published: 08/27/2021

Evroks Corp. The Department of Public Works Contractor will continue construction activities on the Queen City Bridge over the next 12-13 Months.

Traffic patterns on the Bridge are expected to change Thursday September 2nd, and will remain in effect for the entirety of the project.  Traffic in both directions will be maintained but delays can be expected. 

Pedestrian access will not be affected at this time. 

Motorists are encouraged to use the Granite St, Bridge St, and Amoskeag bridges and to seek alternative routes. 

 

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