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Thursday, February 12, 2015

Moultonboro Neck Road on 2013 LRPC 10 Year Transportation Improvement Update. Will it Make the Top 10 for 2015?

According to the following, Moultonboro Neck Road (as well as the Sheridan Road and Saw Mill Road intersections) had been identified on the 2013 Lakes Region Transportation Improvement Program by the Lakes Region Planning Commission for possible inclusion in the statewide 10 year plan.
The LRPC is looking to update this list for 2015 and hopefully get some of these local projects on the state radar. Moultonboro Neck has been in disrepair for many years and I have heard numerous complaints and concerns asking what are we going to do about it? Being that it is a state road we are at the mercy of the NH DOT. Though the letter below is addressed to BoS Chairs and copied to all LRPC Commissioners, the best resource in town for more information and what we can do to help is Town Planner Bruce Woodruff. As an LRPC commissioner representing Moultonboro, I will do my best to highlight our concerns and push to move our projects further up the ladder.





















5 comments:

Anonymous said...

For years, Redding Lane has been at or near the top of the list, but seems it never gets any attention. Why ?????? Huge issues to exit onto Rt25 and lots more traffic over the years as the area has had significant development. Will someone listen??????

Joe Cormier/jcormier2@myfairpoint.net said...


Look to left on the PDF, and see if you can find Moultonborough.

TEN YEAR TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PLAN
2012-2024

http://www.nh.gov/dot/org/projectdevelopment/planning/typ/documents/TYPFinal8-1-14Update.pdf


Division of Project Development

http://www.nh.gov/dot/org/projectdevelopment/index.htm


... and this presumes no lawsuits.

Remember ... LRPC and NH DOT are not synonymous .





Anonymous said...

Great, except this is not on the State DOT 10 year Plan, or is it???

Anonymous said...

Guess they can not count cars....the two intersections are east of the neck road, where not many go, unless they have a Moultonboro post office box. Route 25 at Redding Lane sees mucho traffic, but is ignored. Need a big wig with ties to the state DOT to move in down there, and it will be fixed like Fox Hollow. That one should get a state award, the most $$ spent, for the poorest solution.

Moultonboro Blogger said...

It is not on the state 10 year plan.