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Woolwich and Wiscasset Bridge Rehabilitation Projects
MaineDOT is rehabilitating the Station 46 Bridge that spans the Maine Eastern Rail tracks in Woolwich, and the Donald E. Davey Bridge that spans the Sheepscot River between Edgecomb and Wiscasset.
The rehabilitation of this bridge begins in March and will continue until mid-August. However, traffic impacts end by mid-June when work crews start repairing the underside of the bridge. Though most of the work will take place during the day, two 10 ft. 6 inch lanes of traffic will be maintained at all times. Wide loads will be prohibited while construction is under way.
Donald E. Davey Bridge over the Sheepscot River
Work to replace the bridge wearing surface and joints begins in April and will be completed by mid-June. There will be two, 11 ft. 6 inch lanes of traffic from 6 AM to 7 PM and one lane of alternating traffic between 7 PM and 6 AM. Work may occur both day and night. No work will be allowed on Sundays between 6 AM and 7 PM. Wide loads may be restricted.
We know this essential structural work may be inconvenient for motorists. Please allow extra time or seek alternate routes.
And remember – please pay attention and obey reduced speed limits when driving in work zones. MaineDOT thanks you for driving safely.
This page last updated on 2/20/13
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