Piscataquog River Bridge is up, and work continues, says parks chief

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Progress: New bridge crossing the Piscataquog River from Manchester to Goffstown is taking shape.
Progress: New bridge crossing the Piscataquog River from Manchester to Goffstown is taking shape.

MANCHESTER, NH – Two weeks ago we brought you an update on the Piscataquog River bridge project.

Today, Chief of Parks for the city, Don Pinard, sent us this lovely photo with the following information: “The bridge is up. The old supports are taken down. They were cut by a diver at the base. They will continue to work on it through next week. I will have a better schedule next week,” wrote Pinard.

That’s great news! Raise  your hand if you’re ready to walk to Goffstown!


 

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  • Dave Branch

    Thanks for this info! So glad to finally see this bridge go in. As a regular user of the trail, I did notice the “no motorized vehicle” signs, and, of course, there were Segways riding there immediately, motorized wheelchairs, and now, smelly little motorized scooters. There seems to be no one watching, which is OK with me, but how long before the scooters become mini motorcycles which are all over the West Side.