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Posted on December 12 at 3:41 AM

At the request of the Maine State Police, speed limits on the Maine Turnpike from New Hampshire line (Mile 0) to Exit 53 in Falmouth have been reduced to 45 MPH due to snow. Please travel with caution and adjust your speed for conditions.
Additional Information
Due to inclement weather, the speed limit has been reduced to 45 mph. While speeds are reduced, over limit vehicles are prohibited.

Updated on 12/12/2017 at 4:43 AM
Due to inclement weather, the speed limit has been reduced to 45 mph for the entire length of the Maine Turnpike. While speeds are reduced, over limit vehicles are prohibited.


Updated on 12/13/2017 at 12:08 AM
Due to inclement weather, the speed limit on the Maine Turnpike has been reduced to 45 mph from exit 53 in Falmouth to exit 109 in Augusta. While speeds are reduced, over limit vehicles are prohibited.



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Maine Turnpike: Thinking Ahead FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 11, 2013
Erin Courtney
513-2982
ecourtney@maineturnpike.com


Emergency Repairs Scheduled for Gray (Exit 63) Toll Plaza June 12-17

Significant morning delays and congestion expected June 13, 14 & 17

PORTLAND, Maine – Emergency repairs necessary to accurately charge E-ZPass tolls will require closing one of two toll lanes used by vehicles entering the Turnpike for southbound travel at Exit 63 in Gray. Motorists will likely experience long delays and heavy congestion on nearby roads and are advised to seek alternate routes, especially between 6:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m., Thursday, June 13, Friday, June 14, and possibly Monday, June 17.
 
Work is expected to begin at approximately 9:00 a.m., Wednesday, June 12, with the contract calling for repairs to be done in five days, weather permitting. The Maine Turnpike Authority has scheduled the work to include the weekend to minimize impact on weekday commuters, and is expected to reopen the toll lane Monday, June 17.
 
The toll lane closure is necessary to repair damaged underground electronic vehicle sensors used to accurately calculate E-ZPass tolls in addition to concrete demolition, excavation and reinstallation.
 
Motorists can check MaineTurnpike.com, or call 800-675-PIKE (7453), in advance of the Monday, June 17 morning commute for more updated information and an estimated time of project completion. Similar updates will also be available by following the MTA on Facebook or Twitter.
 
There will also be a restriction for wide load vehicles over 8’6” wide. They will be prevented from entering the Turnpike for southbound travel throughout the project.
 
The Maine Turnpike Authority does not take the issue of potential travel delays lightly. Project managers know they have an impact on drivers and sincerely appreciate their patience and understanding.

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