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Project: Seabrook-Hampton 15904 Status: Design
Scope of Work: The project is located on Route 1A in the Town of Hampton, Rockingham County. The project entails the rehabilitation or replacement of the Neil R Underwood Bridge (NHDOT Bridge No. 235/025) which spans the Hampton River at the inlet to Hampton Harbor. The bridge is a vital transportation link between the Village of Hampton Beach and Seabrook Village.

The bascule bridge was built in 1949 and replaced a wooden bridge originally constructed for trollies and cars, known as the “Mile-Long Bridge”. It has been rehabilitated multiple times, including in 1963, 1978, 1983, 1990, 2002 and 2010. Emergency repairs to the bascule span mechanical system were undertaken in 2018.

A Bridge, Type, Size and Location Study (TS&L) will be conducted by NHDOT. This study will evaluate three alternatives, Major Rehabilitation, Replacement with a Bascule, and Replacement with a Fixed Structure.

Contact: Jennifer E. Reczek, P.E.
Telephone:(603) 271-3401
Available Files:
PAC Meeting
August 29, 2019
NH Dredge Management Task Force Meeting, February 6, 2019
Public Informational Meeting, January 30, 2019
Meeting with Abutters
December 12, 2018
PAC Meeting
December 4, 2018
PAC Meeting
November 13, 2018
Public Informational Meeting, September 26, 2018
PAC Meeting
July 12, 2018
Emergency Repairs
February - March 2018

New Hampshire Department of Transportation
PO Box 483 | 7 Hazen Drive | Concord, NH | 03302-0483
Tel: 603.271-3734 | Fax: 603.271.3914

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