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Crews are working on major road and bridge construction projects in Maine which could affect your drive into and through the state.

The Maine Department of Transportation is planning a full closure of I-295 in Portland to be completed in 2022 — Date to be announced.

The “Maine Ahead” project is rebuilding the Piscataqua River Bridge, which brings the Maine Turnpike into Maine from New Hampshire. It is also rebuilding the nearby York Toll Plaza.

Farther north, crews are rebuilding parts of downtown Wiscasset, including Route 1.

The Maine Department of Transportation is posting detailed information and frequent updates on these projects, which can help you plan your travels and avoid delays.

Click here for information on “Maine Ahead,” the Piscataqua River Bridge & York Toll Plaza rebuilding projects. Click here for information on the Wiscasset reconstruction project.

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