SWRPC to Host NH 9 East Corridor Meeting on Wednesday, August 10, 2022 at 6:30 p.m.
- July 29, 2022
The NH Route 9 East Corridor is one of eight major transportation corridors in the Southwest NH Region. This corridor facilitates east-west regional traffic movements on NH Route 9 between Keene and Antrim and also includes a network of other regional highways including but not limited to: NH Route 10, 12A, 123 and 31. The NH Route 9 East Corridor is one of the most rural corridors in the Southwest Region; eight of the 12 communities on this corridor have populations under 1,000. Despite the rural nature of this corridor, there are high traffic volumes, especially on NH Route 9 which averages over 6,000 vehicles per day.
Is this corridor part of your regular commute? Are you satisfied with current travel conditions or do you feel that improvements and investments are necessary to improve traveler safety and convenience or comfort? Do you wish there were additional transportations options in this area such as public transportation ? Would you like to see improved conditions for cyclists and pedestrians?
If you have questions, comments or concerns about transportation on the NH Route 9 East Corridor, please attend the corridor meeting on August 10, 2022 at 6:30 p.m., hosted by SWRPC. At the meeting, SWRPC will present information about existing conditions on the Corridor and then take feedback from meeting participants regarding transportation challenges, opportunities for improvements and project ideas. Comments and local knowledge from residents who use this Corridor are critical for understanding our Region’s transportation needs, and comments will be used to inform the update of SWRPC’s Long Range Transportation Plan, Southwest Connects.
This meeting will be held via Zoom on August 10th at 6:30 pm. To join the meeting go to:
Meeting ID: 826 5023 8333
We hope to see you there!