Night work starting on NH open road tolling
HOOKSETT, N.H.—Nighttime construction work is starting on an open-road tolling project on Interstate 93 in Hooksett, N.H.
The work starts Monday night.
Night drainage installation work will extend from about one mile north to one mile south of the Hooksett toll plaza. It will require lane closures on both I-93 northbound and southbound. Signs will alert motorists to the lane closures.
The work will continue during various weeks until August.
The improvements include the toll plaza modifications to accommodate open-road tolling infrastructure and collection equipment, rehabilitation of the existing toll plaza, highway widening, and the rehabilitation of three bridges.
Open-road tolling allowing vehicles to continue at normal highway speed. The New Hampshire Turnpike has open-road tolling at its tolls in Hampton.