SWRPC to Host Upcoming Transportation Corridor Meetings
- November 7, 2022
In the coming weeks, SWRPC will host two virtual public meetings to collect input from community members on transportation challenges, opportunities for improvements and project ideas. These meeting are the latest in a series of eight Corridor Meetings that SWRPC began in July of this year and will continue into 2023. At each Corridor Meeting, SWRPC presents information about existing conditions on the Corridor and then takes feedback from meeting participants. Comments and local knowledge from users of the 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. To find out more about this project, upcoming meetings, and Transportation Corridors in the Region, please visit our project webpage: www.swrpc.org/swconnects.
Your next chance to join SWRPC for a Transportation Corridor Meeting will be on Monday November 21st at 6:30 P.M. when SWRPC hosts a Corridor Meeting focused on the NH 12 South Corridor. The NH 12 South Corridor runs from Keene to Fitzwilliam, and in addition to NH 12, this Corridor also includes NH 32, a portion of NH 119 and non-numbered routes in Fitzwilliam, Keene, Marlborough, Richmond, Swanzey and Troy – the six towns identified as part of the Corridor. If you live or work within one of the six towns that comprises this Corridor or if this Corridor is part of your regular travel route, we encourage you to attend.
Zoom Meeting Information:
Meeting Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85639789947?pwd=ZuxlNUtBNhQuWWk2YRAU3ZYH0VRg6c.1
Meeting ID: 856 3978 9947
Meeting Passcode: 351952
In December, there will be another opportunity to join SWRPC for a Corridor Meeting on Wednesday December 7th at 6:30 pm when SWRPC hosts the NH Route 101 East Corridor Meeting. The NH 101 East Corridor runs from Keene to Temple, and in addition to NH 101, this Corridor also includes portions of NH 31, 45, 123, 123A, 124, and 137. This corridor also includes non-numbered routes in Keene, Marlborough, Dublin, Harrisville, Peterborough, Sharon, Temple, New Ipswich, and Greenville – the nine communities identified as part of the Corridor. If you live or work within one of the nine towns that comprise this Corridor or if this Corridor is part of your regular travel route, we encourage you to attend.
Zoom Meeting Information:
Zoom Meeting Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89413867968?pwd=qryc3Azl0PtxWsfMssu1pQ6xbtAILU.1
Meeting ID: 894 1386 7968
Meeting Password: 966415
If you would like to provide feedback on transportation issues in your community, but can’t attend these upcoming meetings, please contact Andrew Smeltz or Lisa Murphy of SWRPC staff by email or by phone at (603) 357-0557. Another way you can provide feedback to SWRPC is through the Transportation Survey, which is designed to capture general thoughts and opinions about transportation. A third way you can provide feedback is through an interactive map, which will you can use to tell us about the specific location of transportation opportunities and challenges. A link to the survey and the interactive map is available at: www.swrpc.org/swconnects/survey. We hope to hear from you!