Concord, N.H. – Governor Maggie Hassan signed the ten-year transportation plan today. The plan calls for road and bridge repairs and improvements all across the state within a span of 10 years. The plan also authorizes the completion of the widening of interstate 93.
The plan gives authorization to many projects in the Mount Washington Valley including the replacement of the 302 Bridge over the Conway lake outlet, the repair or replacement of the bridge carrying nh 113 over the bear camp river in Tamworth, and improvements to the roundabouts on route 16 at the intersection of route 153 and the intersection route 113.
Governor Maggie Hassan a statement after signing the House Bill 2016, saying “The Ten-Year Transportation Plan is integral to ensuring a solid, modern transportation infrastructure, which is critical to the success of our people, our businesses and our state. This plan advances several important transportation projects that will help build on the bipartisan progress we have made over the last several years, including maintaining and preserving existing roads and bridges, completing the widening of Interstate 93, accelerating construction of Exit 4A in Londonderry and Derry and beginning the first phase of widening the portion of Route 106, which is critical for access to the New Hampshire Motor Speedway. While there is still much more work to do to strengthen our transportation infrastructure – including bringing commuter rail from Boston to Nashua and Manchester – I am proud to sign this bipartisan transportation plan into law to support our people and businesses and spur economic growth.”
For a look at what work will be done as a part of the Ten Year Plan Click Here