The New Hampshire Department of Transportation announces that nighttime road work is underway on portions of Route 111 in Salem, Derry and Hampstead.
Lane closures due to the work will impact traffic from 7 p.m. to 6 p.m. when the work is scheduled to be done.
The road work requires the use of lane closures and alternating one-way traffic patterns.
Th project involves pavement preservation of three Tier 1 and Tier 2 roadway sections located in Maintenance Districts 5 and 6 totaling 5.2 miles in Derry, Hampstead and Salem. The work includes HBP spot inlays, BWC Type C overlay, and fog sealing of shoulders. All work requiring a lane closure will be completed at night.
Message boards and signs will be used to notify the traveling public and work is expected to take about four weeks, but additional work days may be required due to weather conditions.
Brox Industries Inc. of Dracut, Massachusetts is the contractor for the $1.7 million project, with a final completion date of Sept. 25 of this year.
For additional information on the project, visit the Department of Transportation at nh.gov.dot or follow the department on Facebook and Twitter for updates.