Bridge inspections set for Manchester
MANCHESTER — State transportation officials will begin conducting safety inspections on several city bridges next week.
New Hampshire Department of Transportation personnel are scheduled to begin semi-annual inspections on Monday, for the following bridges (the scheduled inspection dates are subject to change due to inclement weather:
Biron Bridge (on Kelley Street), Sept. 10; Second Street Bridge (North and South spans), Sept. 12; Amoskeag Bridge (westbound span), Sept. 13; Amoskeag Bridge (Eastbound span), Sept. 14; Notre Dame Bridge (westbound span), Sept. 17-18; Notre Dame Bridge (eastbound span), Sept. 19-20; and Queen City Bridge, Sept. 21.
Lane closures are expected while inspections are under way, but DOT officials say at least one lane of traffic in each direction will remain open. Inspections are expected to take place between 8:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. on the scheduled days.
Any questions about the work should be directed to the Manchester Department of Public Works at 624-6444.
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