NHDOT Invests $3.45 Million In New Patrol, Salt Sheds In Lisbon

A new N.H. Department of Transportation patrol shed and a salt shed are going up in Lisbon, to be complete by the winter. (Photo by Robert Blechl)

A new state highway maintenance shed and separate salt shed are being built in Lisbon, a $3.45 million investment by the New Hampshire Department of Transportation to make operations more efficient and improve response times.

“It’s the first patrol shed I’ve seen built in a long time, at least in the last seven years for us,” James McMahon, assistant district engineer for NHDOT’s District 1, headquartered in Lancaster, said Friday.

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