Rivalry speeds progress on Hooksett's I-93 welcome centers
Construction continues on the new rest stops on Interstate 93 through Hooksett. Shown here is the northbound side. (DAVID LANE/UNION LEADER)
“It certainly wasn’t the weather. The weather has been very difficult,” he said.
On Monday, the project will close off access to the plaza on I-93 north from Route 3A and will close the plaza off completely to tractor-trailers. Large trucks will still be able to use the plaza on the southbound lane, McLear said.
“When you get trucks, one truck can take up 10 parking spaces,” he said. “We had to make a decision based on what’s best for the most people.”
“Our relationship with the state and the Department of Transportation has been very, very good and it’s been a great partnership,” he said.
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