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NIGHT RAMP CLOSURES FOR INTERSTATE 93 PAVING WORK AT EXIT 8 IN MANCHESTER AND I-89 INTERCHANGE IN BOW-CONCORD

For Immediate Release

July 31, 2017

 NIGHT RAMP CLOSURES FOR INTERSTATE 93 PAVING WORK AT EXIT 8 IN MANCHESTER AND I-89 INTERCHANGE IN BOW-CONCORD

 The New Hampshire Department of Transportation (NHDOT) announces night paving work on Interstate 93 will require the closure of an Exit 8 ramp in Manchester and ramps at the Interstate 89 interchange in Bow-Concord. This work is scheduled to begin Sunday, August 6, 2017 and continue nightly for one week, weather permitting, from 7:00 pm until 5:00 am each night.

The following is the planned paving work schedule:

  • The I-93 southbound Exit 8 ramp in Manchester is scheduled to close on Sunday and Monday nights, August 6 and 7. Traffic will be detoured to continue on Route 101 East to Exit 1 and use reverse direction to I-93 northbound at Exit 8.
  • I-89 southbound to I-93 in Bow- Concord – the northbound and southbound ramps are scheduled to close the nights of Monday, August 7, and Wednesday, August 9. During these ramp closures, traffic will be detoured to continue to the end of I-89 to NH Route 3A and then on to I-93.
  • I-93 northbound to I-89 northbound ramps are scheduled to close Tuesday night, August 8. During these ramp closures, traffic will be detoured to continue I-93 northbound to Exit 12, then reverse direction for I-89 northbound. 

Officers, Message boards and detour signs will be used to assist motorist to get through the work areas
This work is a part of Concord-Pembroke, Bow, Manchester project.  Weaver Brothers Construction Company, of Bow, New Hampshire is the prime contractor of the $10.6 million road and bridge rehabilitation project, which has a final completion date of October 2017.