Bridge painting to disrupt some I-89 traffic near Exit 3 in Concord

  • I-89 shield David Brooks—

Published: 3/22/2019 11:08:25 AM

There will be some temporary lane closures on I-89 near Exit 3 starting next week as the New Hampshire Department of Transportation repaints four of the highway’s bridges and a months-long closing of the northbound shoulder.

The work, which will begin March 25 will involve repainting two bridges carrying I-89 over Turkey Pond and two crossing over Stickney Hill Road.

This work will at first require some daily shoulder and lane closures on I-89 in order to set up a more permanent northbound shoulder closure that will remain in place until the end of May 2019, according to the DOT. The painting of the I-89 bridges over Stickney Hill will be completed by the end of August.

Temporary shoulder and lane closures will only be allowed daily on I-89 northbound from 7 a.m. until 2 p.m., and on I-89 southbound from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Traffic control will include the use of message boards, uniformed officers, traffic control devices, and work zone devices.

Modern Protective Coatings of Hudson is the general contractor for the $1.2 million project.

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