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Our $19.4 million project will replace the nearly 80-year-old Louisquisset Pike Bridge in Lincoln, which carries Route 146 over Route 116 (George Washington Highway). This large bridge has been structurally deficient since 2007.
We are using a phased approach to replace the bridge and made changes to an adjacent service road so we can keep all lanes of traffic moving over the structure during construction. To date, there have been no traffic impacts.
The project also reconfigured the off-ramp from Route 146 South to Route 116 South to allow traffic access to either direction on Route 116. This allowed us to permanently close two sharply curved highway ramps, eliminating the tight weave that exists with ramps spaced too closely together. The closed ramps include Route 146 South’s Exit 7A and the on-ramp from Route 116 South to Route 146 South. Signs are in place to direct travelers to the new redesigned on-ramps.
The project is scheduled to be done by the end of 2021.
At this project next week, we plan to have daytime left lane closures on Route 116 as we form the southbound bridge deck, install rebar and backfill the approach slab.
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