Bridge work in West Lebanon

A construction crew from Bow, N.H.-based firm R.S. Audley works to remove the steel superstructure of an Interstate 89 bridge that spans the Connecticut River in West Lebanon, N.H., on Thursday, March 28, 2024. The bridge, which previously held southbound traffic, is being rehabilitated as part of a five-year project that will combine the two original bridges with a median bridge in order to create auxiliary lanes and expand shoulders to improve overall safety. (Valley News / Report For America - Alex Driehaus) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com.

A construction crew from Bow, N.H.-based firm R.S. Audley works to remove the steel superstructure of an Interstate 89 bridge that spans the Connecticut River in West Lebanon, N.H., on Thursday, March 28, 2024. The bridge, which previously held southbound traffic, is being rehabilitated as part of a five-year project that will combine the two original bridges with a median bridge in order to create auxiliary lanes and expand shoulders to improve overall safety. (Valley News / Report For America - Alex Driehaus) Copyright Valley News. May not be reprinted or used online without permission. Send requests to permission@vnews.com. Valley News / Report For America – Alex Driehaus

Published: 03-28-2024 5:14 PM

Modified: 03-29-2024 9:07 PM


A construction crew from Bow, N.H.-based R.S. Audley works to remove the steel superstructure of an Interstate 89 bridge that spans the Connecticut River in West Lebanon on Thursday. The bridge, which previously held southbound traffic, is being rehabilitated as part of a five-year project that will combine the two original bridges with a median bridge in order to create auxiliary lanes and expand shoulders to improve overall safety.

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