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I-89 north at the border down to one lane for construction

Published: 12/8/2022 11:17:58 PM
Modified: 12/8/2022 11:17:38 PM

WEST LEBANON — Traffic will be reduced to one lane during the day on I-89 northbound from Exit 20 to the Vermont state line during the next two weeks, according to the New Hampshire Department of Transportation.

The lane closures are required to allow RS Audley to erect structural steel for the bridges that cross the Connecticut River on I-89.

The work will be weather dependent, but is scheduled to begin next week on Monday and continue until Thursday, and take place again the following week, Dec. 19 – 22.

The duration of the lane closures will vary by day, but will generally be from 6 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

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