The New Hampshire Department of Transportation reports that paving work has begun southbound on Interstate 95 and should be completed, weather permitting, in approximately five weeks.
This paving project will rehabilitate a section in the area of the Hampton tolls (including the ORT and cash lanes), and the Exit 2 ramps leading to NH Route 101. Similar work on the northbound side will begin in July. Flag persons and warning signs will be used to notify motorists of the lane shifts or closures during the nighttime hours.
Additionally, there will be a three-day closure of the open road tolling lanes on I-95
The New Hampshire Department DOT reports that there are plans to close the northbound and southbound Open Road Toll (ORT) lanes at the Hampton Toll Plaza on Interstate 95 for three days for maintenance work.
Weather permitting the closure is scheduled to begin on Tuesday, June 25, 2019 at 2:00 am, and remain closed until 12:00 pm on the evening of Thursday, June 27, 2019.
The closure is necessary in order to perform routine maintenance on the equipment. All motorists will be guided via signs and traffic cones to the non-ORT portion of the Hampton Toll Plaza where they will proceed through either dedicated E-ZPass lane or cash lanes.
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