Road plan to interrupt trade on Penobscot Narrows Bridge

The Maine Department of Transportation is warning midcoast motorists about a highway alleviation devise that could interrupt their transport skeleton this week and into May.

Beginning Monday, new cement and waterproofing surface will be commissioned on a Penobscot Narrows Bridge, a MDOT pronounced in a trade warning posted on a website.

A singular transport line will need to be sealed from Monday by Apr 30 in sequence for a work to take place. From May 1 by May 19, overpass trade will be limited to one line of swapping trade as a work continues.

Motorists who use Route 1 or Route 174 should devise on encountering brief delays, a MDOT warns. Road improvements will be authorised 7 days a week, and 24 hours a day by May 19. The state hopes to finish a work by Jun 6.

The Penobscot Narrows Bridge carries trade over a Penobscot River between Prospect and Verona Island. The overpass look-out is a tallest open overpass look-out in a world, taller than a Statue of Liberty.


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