Mar 31, 2015 9:45 AM
Plans to renovate Connecticut River bridge connecting NH, Vermont to be discussed
The Associated Press
CHARLESTOWN (AP) - A Connecticut River bridge connecting Charlestown and Springfield, Vt., will be closed for five days this summer, followed by up to two months of work with one-lane traffic.
The Eagle Times reports the deck on the Route 11 Bridge will be redone. Lane closures affect daytime hours; the bridge will be open to full traffic during non-working hours.
Alternative routes during the five-day closure include the Church Street Bridge in Walpole and the Route 12 and 103 Bridge in Claremont.
The New Hampshire Department of Transportation is planning a presentation about the work to be done on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. as part of the Charlestown Selectboard's regular meeting.