Federal Highways Administration

The New Hampshire Department of Transportation (NHDOT) is in the final stretch of a 14-year, 20-mi. long reconstruction project along I-93. This massive $811.7 million project began in 2006 and will be complete in 2020. This section of I-93 - from the Massachusetts state line to Manchester, N.H., was built in the early 1960s to accommodate 60,000 to 70,000 vehicles per day.

In Texas, anticipation is growing as construction crews rebuild 90 miles of track on the South Orient Rail Line. Funded through the Federal Highway Administration's (FHWA) National Highway Freight Network, the projects include a $5.4 million rehabilitation of 53.4 miles of track in Irion and Reagan counties, and a $4.1 million rehabilitation of 37.4 miles of track in Crane and Upton counties.

Work continues into 2018 on a $62 million Arizona road widening project on a 9-mi. stretch of State Route 260 from I-17 to Thousand Trails Road. The project will transform SR 260 into a continuous four-lane divided highway between Camp Verde and Cottonwood.

It's Wednesday Wrap-Up time and just in case you missed it, here is your recap of some of the most popular stories from our site over the past week:Site Prep Begins For New U.S Marshals MuseumConstruction prep work has begun at the site for the new U.S Marshals Service's national museum at Fort Smith by the Arkansas River.

Work is under way on a $15 million project to reconstruct all paved roads and pullouts in Arches National Park in Moab, Utah. Construction spans 26 mi. of roadway. Campground roads, housing roads and parking lots would not typically be part of reconstruction work, but additional funding has been secured to reconstruct the Devils Garden campground road, the residence road and the maintenance yard parking area.