Another busy summer seen for I-93 construction
This week will see some nighttime lane closures on the northbound side of I-93 near exit 2, according to Levine. Tonight and Tuesday night, construction will require that traffic on I-93 northbound be reduced to one lane. Levine said the work will take place during non-commuter hours, from about 9 p.m. to 6 a.m.
George R. Cairns and Sons of Windham is the general contractor for the $41 million portion of the I-93 widening project near exit 2.
During the summer, Levine said crews will also clean up and finish some work near Exit 5 in Londonderry.
“The continued construction projects do, at times, present inherent dangers which include smaller lanes of travel, dust, lane shifts, distractions of the construction equipment (and) a driver looking at what is being done instead of driving with due care in these construction zones,” Sgt. Paul Hunt of the New Hampshire State Police said.
Drivers should also allow extra time for their trips because of possible congestion in the work zones, he said.
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