New Hampshire’s I-95 Rest Area Facilities to Temporarily Close April 5

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The New Hampshire Department of Transportation announced that all state rest areas and welcome centers will temporarily close facilities beginning Sunday, April 5 at 4:00 pm.

“We recognize that New Hampshire’s rest areas and welcome centers are a valuable resource for visitors and are confident that they can access amenities located outside of the buildings on a temporary self-service basis while staff transition work duties to support other essential state services,” state officials added.

All of the rest areas are equipped with portable toilets. The facilities are cleaned and serviced on a regular basis.

The private firm Granite State Hospitality operates the restroom facilities located in Hooksett along Interstate 93 so those will remain open.

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