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Emera Maine plans night work over Interstate 95 in Bangor

Release Date:  01-01-2019

BANGOR, Maine — A utility pole replacement project involving work over Interstate 95 in Bangor will require brief traffic delays overnight beginning at 11 p.m. Wednesday and Sunday, January 2 and 6, with a weather back-up date of Monday, Jan. 7. Work will end by 5 a.m.

Contractors with Emera Maine are replacing aged utility poles off Sylvan Road, requiring work on power lines that cross I-95 between Hogan Road and Stillwater Avenue exits. Interstate travel lanes will be closed for several minutes at intervals throughout the nights of work to allow workers to safely complete the job. Motorists may want to consider alternate routes.

No interruption of service to area customers is expected.

Related work later in January may also require traffic delays. However, dates of work are subject to change due to rain, snow or wind. Follow @emerame on Twitter for updates.

When traveling, please help keep our workers safe. Watch for signs indicating road work, slow down and avoid distractions.

Emera Maine is making prudent investments to provide reliable service throughout northern and eastern Maine. For information, visit emeramaine.com.

Emera Maine is committed to delivering safe, reliable electric service. As the state's second-largest electric utility, the company delivers electricity to more than 158,000 residential, commercial and industrial customers across 10,400 square miles in five counties in eastern and northern Maine.