Aerial photo Methuen rotary before and after construction


What's Being Done?

MassDOT is reconstructing the I-93 Exit 46 interchange at Routes 110 and 113 in Methuen, replacing the existing rotary with a partial cloverleaf interchange. The project will alleviate traffic congestion and improve safety. Key elements of the project include:

  • building new I-93 southbound on-ramp and off-ramp to a realigned Route 110/113;
  • realigning two existing off-ramps;
  • constructing new signalized intersections east and west of the interchange;
  • constructing two noise barriers; and
  • adding bicycle lanes and sidewalks for improved access.

Upcoming Work - July 2015

Work on I-93 over the rotary and at the new and existing ramp locations continues.

View the Construction Update page for more information on construction activities and lane closures.

Construction includes:

  • Work on drainage operations at the existing and proposed ramps at I-93 Northbound and I-93 Southbound
  • Work on utilities on Routes 110 and 113 east of the rotary
  • Continue with installation of noise wall foundations
  • Begin installation of MSE wall at Ramps B-C

The contractor implemented the Stage 2B Temporary Traffic Control Plan, which entailed moving I-93 northbound traffic to the east to create a center work zone between I-93 north and southbound. This traffic shift will be in place into spring 2016. View the Traffic Advisories page for details.

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Construction Facts

Start Date: July 2014
End Date: Spring 2018
Cost: $66.4 million
Contractor: E.T. & L. Corp.

   


Construction has begun for the  I-93 northbound on-ramp from Routes 110/113I-93 Northbound traffic switch to create center work zone