Project News & Updates:

Draft NH Route 120 North Corridor Chapter Now Available

The NH Route 120 North Corridor connects downtown Lebanon to downtown Hanover. The draft chapter can be viewed here. Public comment is being accepted through Monday, August 31st.

NH Route 12A Corridor Visioning Week: 8/24 - 8/31/2020

Take a survey or "Dial-a-Planner" - more information here.

Plan Updates

Click here for an overview of the draft Action Plan for developing transportation projects.

Online surveys and an interactive map are now available for all regional highway corridors. Visit https://transportationplan-uvlsrpc.hub.arcgis.com/ to provide input.

The map of regional transportation corridors is being updated regularly - check back for updates.

Media Coverage

"Committee plan seeks more commuter options." Valley News. September 7th, 2020. Part 1 Part 2

"Regional planners to study Route 120 corridor, identify improvements". Valley News. February 12th, 2020.

"Upper Valley Lake Sunapee Regional Commission Taking Closer Look At Transportation Issues". New Hampshire Public Radio. February 24th, 2020.


website logo.jpg

Quick Links

  • The draft NH Route 120 North Corridor chapter has been posted - view here
    • Public comments are being accepted through Monday, August 31st.
    • Please email comments to abelensz@uvlsrpc.org.
  • NH Route 12A Corridor Survey: click here.
  • Draft Action Plan Overview - view here. The Action Plan will be UVLSRPC's process for supporting the development of transportation projects identified in the Regional Corridor Transportation Plan.
  • Your input is needed! Access transportation surveys and interactive maps here.

Project Goals

  • Understand the transportation needs of all transportation system users in the region - residents, employers, drivers, walkers, bicyclists, public transit users, etc.
  • Identify needed improvements to the transportation system - based on public input and data analysis.
  • Develop an action plan to get needed transportation improvement projects developed, funded, and completed.
  • Improve transportation safety, mobility, and access for all users.

For any questions please contact Meghan Butts at mbutts@uvlsrpc.org or 603-448-1680.


We Need to Hear from YOU!

Where do you travel in the region? How do you travel? Are our roads safe? Where is there room for improvement?  Public input is key to understanding the transportation needs of the Upper Valley Lake Sunapee Region. Please take a few minutes to take a survey and use our interactive map!

 CLICK HERE TO ACCESS THE SURVEYS!

NH 4a enfield.JPG


Regional Transportation Planning Process

Transportation networks (e.g., roads) and services (e.g., buses) go beyond town boundaries. The regional transportation planning process seeks to identify the highest-priority transportation improvement projects for the region in order to promote safety, mobility, and access.

Upper Valley Lake Sunapee Regional Planning Commission leads this collaborative process, with involvement from the region's communities, the NH Department of Transportation, public transit and transportation service providers, and the general public. UVLSRPC convenes these groups regularly through the Transportation Advisory Committee.

transportation planning process.PNG

A Corridor-Based Approach to Planning

In our region, state and US highways form "corridors" that connect multiple towns to each other. By taking a look at the entire corridor, UVLSRPC can better understand both local and regional transportation needs. This includes both the main state highways (e.g., NH Route 120) and important connecting local/state roads (e.g., Etna Road in Lebanon).

Major transportation corridors in the Upper Valley Lake Sunapee region:

1024px-US_4.svg.png NH_Route_4A.svg.png NH_Route_10.svg.png NH_Route_11.svg.png NH_Route_12A.svg.png NH_Route_103.svg.png NH_Route_120.svg.png

MAP OF REGIONAL TRANSPORTATION CORRIDORS

Multi-Modal Transportation

The regional transportation planning process does not just focus on personal vehicles. The process accounts for all modes of transportation: driving, walking, cycling, public transportation, freight, and aeronautics.

NH 120_Hanover_bike.JPG

Use any of the fields below to search for the Projects and Programs that you are interested in.

Close