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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. 


Goff's Falls Road Bridge Construction

Published: 07/26/2021 1:56 PM

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.

Queen City Bridge Rehabilitation Begins

Published: 09/27/2020 12:00 PM

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.

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