Memorial Bridge News
PORTSMOUTH — The Memorial Bridge is receiving $355,000 federal grant for a sensor network that will “create a self-diagnosing, self-reporting smart infrastructure,” according to federal officials. U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx
Sensors Will Monitor Structure, Traffic, and Environment The Memorial Bridge connecting Portsmouth, New Hampshire and Kittery, Maine may soon become a benchmark for assessing the long-term condition of transportation infrastructure.
The City of Portsmouth, New Hampshire is pleased to announce that Phase 2 of the program to purchase memorial bricks in honor of a special person is underway. Between December
The Memorial Bridge will be closed to all traffic (vehicle, bicycle and pedestrian) from midnight to 5 AM two nights this weekend, starting Friday night at midnight (November 8) and ending on
The Memorial Bridge project team would like to thank everyone who supported the project, in countless ways. So many of you shared your stories of the old bridge and shared your enthusiasm for the
The project team is very pleased to be recognized by the U.S. Department of Transportation. The Memorial Bridge and the public involvement efforts by NHDOT and MaineDOT are featured
Here’s a another fun video for all of us to time travel! Travel from the old Memorial Bridge beginning in Febuary 2012 to the new Memorial Bridge in February 2014
Here’s a fun video for all of us to time travel! Travel from the old Memorial Bridge in 2012 to the new Memorial Bridge in 2014 – in just 14 seconds.
Jan. 18 — To the Editor (Reprinted with permission from the Illimunation Committee Chairman) Since December 28, the new Memorial Bridge has been bathed in a variety of colors and illumination
Congratulations to the entire project team and the Departments of Transportation in New Hampshire and Maine! Roads & Bridges Magazine just awarded the new Memorial Bridge the distinguished honor of