Exit 19 ramp to be closed for Route 4 paving in Lebanon

Published: 05-06-2024 4:36 PM

LEBANON — The ramps on and off I-89 northbound at Exit 19 will be closed all day on Monday, May 13 to allow for paving on Route 4, the New Hampshire Department of Transportation said in a press release.

The interchanges between I-89 North and westbound Route 4 west will close at 6 a.m. for a one-day project to repave a lane of Route 4 and to prepare the on and off ramps for a final repaving.

During the closure, to access Route 4 from northbound I-89 traffic will be rerouted at Exit 20 onto I-89 South at Exit 20 to take the Exit 19 off-ramp on the other side. To get onto I-89 North, traffic should take the Exit 18 on-ramp at Route 120.

The multi-year state project, which has replaced the I-89 northbound bridge over Route 4 and rehabilitated a pair of bridges over the Mascoma River, is expected to be complete in June, according to the release.

The work schedule is conditional to weather and subject to change, the release states. To receive free, real-time construction and traffic related messages, by text or email, visit newengland511.org.

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