5 bridges face work on Interstate 93 in New Hampshire

Manchester New Hampshire
The New Hampshire Department of Transportation announced plans for repair work on five Interstate 93 bridges.

MANCHESTER, N.H. — Repair work is starting on five bridges on Interstate 93 southbound in Hooksett and Manchester, the New Hampshire Department of Transportation said.

The work includes repairs to concrete decks and guardrails, and replacement of deck expansion joints.

The department says bridges at Exit 9 (Mammoth Road) and Exit 7 will be completed next year. Two bridges at Exit 8 are scheduled for completion in 2022.

Traffic will be impacted by both short-term and long-term lane closures.

The project costs $8.4 million.

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