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Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Whole Foods, yes, but what about Amherst Street?

Letter to the Editor

For the last 10 years, I’ve commuted via Amherst Street and Charron Avenue. Over this time, at least twice, the lights at the intersection have been reworked to make traffic worse, not better – most recently when the red lights at the “jug handle” were synchronized. ...

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For the last 10 years, I’ve commuted via Amherst Street and Charron Avenue. Over this time, at least twice, the lights at the intersection have been reworked to make traffic worse, not better – most recently when the red lights at the “jug handle” were synchronized.

Now getting on Amherst Street from the highway is so bad that I’m sure when Whole Foods opens the backup will be half way to Exit 8.

And with this, we’re now building a new mall across the street? Does anyone from Nashua’s highway department actually use these roads? What’s the plan?

Things are bad already.

Bruce Backa

Nashua