Cost projection sought for new Nashua turnpike exit
The Nashua Regional Planning Commission has released a Request for Qualifications to develop a planning and pre-engineering cost estimate for the proposed Exit 36 southbound off-ramp at the New Hampshire and Massachusetts border in Tyngsborough, Mass.
This week, the NRPC will host a mandatory pre-proposal briefing intended to provide guidance on the expectations of the project to potential consultants, according to the NRPC website and newsletter.
Acknowledging that the cost could be significant, Lozeau said previously that there could be a financial benefit if the two states partner together on the transportation project, as access to other highway funds could become available and potentially mitigate some of the cost.
“I look at this as a really remarkable opportunity to do something regionally across two states,” Lozeau said at the time.
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