Three lanes open on I-93 southbound from North Lowell Road to the south.
New Ash Street Bridge opened to Traffic.
Exit 3 Park and Ride, Contract 10418H, completed.
Exit 4 Interchange, Contract 14633D, new NH Route 102 Bridge opened to Traffic.
Exit 3 Park & Ride, Contract 10418H, was completed and opened to the public.
Exit 3 Area NB Mainline final configuration, NH Routes 111 and 111A reconstruction, Contract 13933H, was completed.
NB & SB Mainline Between Exits 4 and 5, Contract 14633I, was awarded to Weaver Brothers construction Co. for $36.6M.
NB & SB Mainline & NH 102 Bridge at Exit 4, Contract 14633D, awarded to R.S. Audley for $62.3M.
Exit 3 Park & Ride, Contract 10418H, awarded to George R. Cairns & Sons, Inc. for $1.7M.
NB & SB Mainline, Pillsbury to Stonehenge, Contract 14633I, advertised for bidding.
SB Mainline & NH 111, Contract 13933I, completed.
NB & SB Mainline & NH 102 Bridge at Exit 4, Contract 14633D, advertised for bidding.
Exit 3 Park & Ride, Contract 10418H, advertised for bidding.
Contract 13933I, Exit 3 area construction of SB and new section of NH 111 completed.
NHDOT receives approval of Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (TIFIA) loan for up to $200M.
NB & SB Mainline Widening, north of Exit 5 to the I293 Interchange, Contract 14633H, awarded to Alvin J. Coleman & Sons, Inc. Construction started in June 2016.
Exit 2 Interchange NB & SB Mainline & NH 111, Contract 13933E, completed.
NB & SB Mainline Widening between Exit 3 and Exit 4, Contract 14633B, awarded to R.S. Audley, Inc. Construction started in March 2016.
Exit 2 interchange, Contract 13933E, including reconstruction of Pelham Road completed.
New section of relocated NH 111 in Windham opened to traffic.
NB Exit 3 On-ramp opened, completing the reconstruction of the on/off-ramps at Exit 3.
Three lanes, both NB and SB, open from the Massachusetts border through Exit 3.
I-93NB over Pelham Road, in the Exit 2 area, the last "Red-list" bridge in the corridor is taken out of service and traffic is move to a new bridge.
Northbound traffic shifted to new NB section of highway and new NB Exit 3 off-ramp opened.
An additional SB lane opened between Exit 2 and 3, putting three lanes in service from Exit 3 to Massachusetts boarder.
Exit 5 Interchange, Contracts 14633F and 10418F substantially complete.
New SB lanes in the exit 3 area are opened, moving southbound traffic from interim placement on NB to the newly constructed highway and bridges over Route 111 and 111A.
The New Hampshire Legislature SB 367 signed into law providing the funding to complete construction by increasing state gas tax by 4.2 cents per gallon beginning 7/1/14.
Contract 13933H, Exit 3 Northbound Mainline, NH Routes 111 and 111A, awarded to Weaver Bros. Construction Inc., of Bow, NH.
Contract 13933H, Exit 3 Northbound Mainline, NH Routes 111 and 111A, bids opened.
Contract 13933D, Exit 1 Area, Northbound and Southbound Mainline completed.
Contract 13933G, Exit 3 Northbound Mainline completed.
Contract 13933F, Brookdale Road Bridge completed.
Contract 13933I awarded to R. S. Audley of Bow, NH for $33M on 09/13/12. This contract will reconstruct and widen 2.9 miles of SB I-93 Mainline in Windham, Exit 3 area, relocate 1.25 miles of NH Route 111 and construct a new SB on-ramp.
I-93 SB I-93 reconstruction in Exit 3 area, and relocation of 1.25 mile of NH Route 111, Contract 13933I, advertised.
Contract 13933E awarded to George R. Cairns & Sons, Inc. of Windham, NH for $40.9M on July 11, 2012. This contract will complete the reconstruction of the Exit 2 interchange and provide three travel lanes from the Massachusetts border to the Salem/Salem town line near Brookdale Road.
Contract 13933E for Exit 2 Interchange Reconstruction advertised for construction May 8, 2012.
Second GARVEE Bond issued for $115M.
Contract 13933N awarded to E. D. Swett for $11.5M on 01/11/12. This contract will replace the Southbound bridges over Routes 111 and 111A in the Exit 3 area. The project is estimated to be complete in the fall of 2013.
Contract 13933N for SB Bridges over NH Routes 111 and 111A at Exit 3 advertised for construction.
Exit 5/Route 28 Interchange Contract 14633F awarded to Severino Trucking Co., Inc for $35.5M
Exit 5/Route 27 Interchange Contract 14633F advertised
Contract 13933K, Exit 3 Southbound off-ramp and Northbound bridges completed.
Exit 1 Area, Northbound & Southbound Mainline Contract 13933D advertised
Exit 1 Area, Northbound & Southbound Mainline Contract 13933D awarded to Middlesex Corporation for $30.6M.
Federal Highway Administration released Record of Decision.
Brookdale Road Bridge Contract 13933F awarded to R. S. Audley, Inc. for $4.34M
Exit 3 Southbound Off-Ramp and Northbound Bridges Contract 13933K completed
Exit 5 Ramps and Bridges Contract 14633E completed
Supplemental Environmental Impact Study finalized
Brookdale Road Bridge Contract 13933F was advertised April 27, 2010
Exit 5 Ramps & Bridges Project completed
Exit 1 Ramps & Bridges Project completed.
TMDL Chloride Implementation Plan released
Draft SEIS Public Hearing Presentation
Exit 3 Northbound Mainline Contract (13933G) awarded ($27.2M)
Exit 3 Northbound Mainline Contract (13933G) advertised
Expanded and improved Bus Service began at the newly opened Bus Terminals at new Park-and-Ride lots constructed at Exit 2 and Exit 5.
Exit 3 southbound off-ramp and northbound bridges contract (13933K) awarded ($25M).
Cross Street Bridge Project completed.
Exit 2 Park-and-Ride and Bus Terminal Project completed.
Exit 5 Park-and-Ride and Route 28 Reconstruction Project completed
Reconstructed Route 28 opened to traffic
Cross Street Bridge Opened to Traffic. Bids opened for Exit 3 Southbound Off-Ramp & Northbound Bridges Contract (13993K)
Exit 3 Southbound Off-Ramp & Northbound Bridges Contract (13933K) Advertised
Exit 5 Ramps & Bridges Contract Awarded ($14.9M) June 25th
Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Final Reports issued.
Exit 5 Ramps & Bridges contract advertised
Traffic Incident Management Plan Adopted
Emergency Routes defined and mapped
I-93 Traffic Incident Management Plan revised - in draft form
Second Annual CTAP Corridor Event
Exit 5 Bus Maintenance/Bus Storage Facility contract awarded ($6.59M)
Court ruling handed down in Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) lawsuit, resulting in additional delays while the NHDOT produces a Supplemental Environmental Impact Study (SEIS).
Exit 1 Ramps & Bridges contract awarded ($22.2M)
Exit 1 Ramps & Bridges Contract advertised
Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Draft Report issued.
Exit 4 Park-and-Ride Facility completed and opened to the public
Exit 2 Park-and-Ride Facility contract awarded ($6.42M)
Exit 2 Park-and-Ride and Bus Terminal Contract advertised
First Annual CTAP Corridor Event
Cross Street Bridge contract awarded ($6.65M)
Exit 5 Park-and-Ride Facility and reconstruction of portion of Rockingham Road (Rte 28) awarded ($7.4M)
First Salt Reduction Workgroup Meeting
Monitoring of water bodies for the Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Study began
NHDES issued Wetlands Permit and 401 Water Quality Certificate
Conservation Law Foundation (CLF) filed suit against the FHWA and NHDOT seeking an injunction against the improvement projects.
Accelerated Construction Technology Transfer (ACTT) - workshop conducted over three-day period to help NHDOT achieve its primary goal of minimizing construction time and costs for the I-93 corridor improvements.
CTAP Kick-Off Community Meeting - Introduction to CTAP
Exit 4 Park-and-Ride contract awarded ($1.4M)
I-93 Traffic Incident Management Plan published
Record of Decision (ROD) signed
Final Environmental Impact Study (FEIS) published
Report of the Commissioner published
Surface water quality monitoring in I-93 corridor conducted jointly by NHDES & USEPA. The study triggered a requirement for a Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Study for chlorides.
Public Hearings conducted
The Delphi Study was published; revised January 2002
Pelham Road compensatory wetland site in Salem completed
Rationale Report published - documents Phase II of the EIS study process
Rail Alternatives Evaluation Report published
Scoping Report published
NHDOT, in cooperation with state and federal natural resource agencies, began evaluation of wetland impacts.