New Hampshire Closes Rest Areas But Allowing Truckers to Park
Concord, NH – The New Hampshire Department of Transportation (NHDOT) has closed the indoor facilities at state-run rest areas as of Sunday.
NHDOT closed indoor facilities at 12 rest areas statewide on Sunday at 4 p.m. in response to growing concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic.
However, a spokesperson with NHDOT tells Transportation Nation Network (TNN) truckers will still be allowed to park their rigs at the rest areas.
Additionally, vending machines with snack food is still available as well as use of portable toilets.
A welcome center along Interstate 93 in Hooksett remains fully open, as it is operated by a private company.
The NHDOT spokesperson indicated the rest areas will remain closed “until further notice.”
The closed rest areas are located in the following areas:
• Lebanon (I-89 Southbound)
• Sutton (I-89 Southbound)
• Springfield (I-89 Northbound)
• Colebrook (Route 3 North)
• Canterbury (I-93 Northbound)
• Hooksett – North (Everett Turnpike Northbound)
• Hooksett – South (Everett Turnpike Southbound)
• Salem (I-93 Northbound)
• Seabrook (I-95 Northbound)
• Littleton (Route 18 off I-93 Northbound, exit 44)
• North Conway (Route 16)
• Sanbornton (I-93 Southbound)
TNN will continue to monitor new developments.
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