What if answering one question from a quick, 10 question survey could help improve funding and your experience along Route 12A? It’s possible and easy! Just fill out the survey at uvlsrpc.org/12aweek.
From August 24th through August 31st, Upper Valley Lake Sunapee Regional Planning Commission (UVLSRPC) is inviting residents from Lebanon and neighboring communities to provide feedback on transportation needs in the NH Route 12A corridor, which connects West Lebanon to Charlestown. This corridor includes other regionally-important roads like Charlestown Road in Claremont and Brook Road in Plainfield. Check out the project flyer (see image) for a list of all key roads in the corridor.
Examples of transportation needs include: traffic congestion, parking configurations, vehicle access management, ped-bike facilities, safety, intersection design, transit access, development design and build-out, and, landscaping, water and natural resource planning around the corridor. Public open space access from the transportation corridor to community resources like the river and Mascoma River Greenway may also be considered.
You can also learn about the City’s overall goals for Route 12A through the following references in our 2012 Master Plan at LebanonNH.gov/MasterPlan:
For other information about this project, please visit uvlsrpc.org/corridorplan.