Road Repair Work to Begin on I-93 in Lincoln, NH
Pavement work will require lane reductions and temporary traffic detours during the day for three weeks.
The New Hampshire Department of transportation (NHDOT) will begin a roadway resurfacing project on Monday, September 13, 2021 on Route I-93 in Lincoln, NH.
This project involves three sections of work on I-93 in Lincoln and Franconia. The work in this section will consist of curb line pavement repair patching and will be performed between mile markers 104.4 and 105.8 on I-93, on both the northbound and southbound lanes.
The work will be performed during the day and lane reductions and detours for northbound or southbound traffic on I-93 will be utilized. The southbound and northbound detours will not happen concurrently. The northbound detour will start at Exit 34 A and will reroute traffic onto Route 3 for about a mile before returning them to I-93. The southbound detour will also reroute traffic onto Route 3 at Exit 34 A and will return traffic onto I-93 at Exit 33.
Motorists are advised to reduce speeds, follow signs, and proceed with caution through the work zone.
This work is scheduled to be completed in early October, 2021. The remaining two sections of the project are scheduled to start next Spring and will be finished by September 2022. Pike Industries of Belmont, NH is the prime contractor on the $5.7M resurfacing project.