2023 Project Updates
Beaver Brook Road Neighborhood
Project consists of drainage repairs, replacement culverts and roadway resurfacing. The project is substantially complete. We will return in the spring of 2023 to reseed any sparse areas.
South Hills Drive, South Hills Terrace and Regency Drive
The drainage repairs and reconstruction of the road on South Hills Drive are complete for this year. In 2023, an additional layer of pavement will be placed on South Hills Drive in conjunction with paving of Regency Drive and South Hills Terrace.
Polly Peabody Road
Project consists of drainage improvements, underdrain installation, construction of subgrade, two layers of roadway pavement, shoulder treatments and driveway reconnections between New Boston Road and Joppa Hill Road. A paved roadway surface has been placed and work is complete for this year. In the spring of 2023, a second layer of pavement will be placed, shoulder gravel will be touched up and driveway reconnections will be made.
Spartan Drive and Ellison Way
The drainage repairs and reconstruction of Spartan Road is complete for this year. In 2023, an additional layer of pavement will be placed on Spartan Drive in conjunction with resurfacing on Ellison Way.
This project consists of replacement culverts, underdrain, and construction of subgrade and new roadway pavement on Meadow Road between Liberty Hill Road and Wallace Road. Work on Meadow Road is substantially complete.
Other 2022 Projects:
(Br. No. 090/065)
over Pulpit Brook
The New Hampshire Department of Transportation has begun work on the Bridge over Pulpit Brook. This work is part of the $5.4 million bridge replacement project on NH101 over Pulpit Brook in Bedford, with a completion date of July 14, 2023. The general contractor is RM Piper of Plymouth, NH.
Daytime alternating one-way traffic will be utilized between the hours of 8:30 am to 3:00 pm on NH 101 from Twin Brook Lane to Joppa Hill Road to accommodate drainage installation, guardrail removal, and barrier installation operations in the eastbound shoulder. Construction efforts will continue in the area throughout the summer and fall of 2022.
Message boards and smart work zone devices will be used to notify the traveling public of any traffic pattern changes. Motorists should remain alert while traveling through the construction zone and obey all posted signs.