A $13 million dollar project that is underway will close the northbound on-ramp of I-95 Exit 113 in Augusta starting this Monday. The closure of the on-ramp is scheduled to last for approximately 30 days as work crews reconstruct the Exit 113 northbound on-ramp.Drivers that want to enter I-95 northbound lanes from Route 3 and north Augusta will be detoured onto Route 104 to the northbound on-ramp at Exit 120 in Sidney.

Two new roundabouts and two new signalized intersections are also be constructed. The Old Belgrade Road will be widened to four lanes between a new roundabout on the west side of I-95 exit 113 and the new Alfond Center  for Health.

The entire project is expected to be completed in November, when the Alfond Center for Health opens.

For information on the I-95 Exit 113 road work visit MaineDOT.gov.