Public input sought on state’s pedestrian, bicycle plan
DOVER, N.H. (AP) — New Hampshire’s Department of Transportation is seeking public input to help update its statewide pedestrian and bicycle transportation plan.
The first of eight sessions has been scheduled for Sunday at the Dover Farmer’s Market at Henry Law Park from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The public is invited to stop by the NHDOT/Alta Planning and Design booth to learn about the planning process. People are being asked to provide feedback on places they walk and ride their bicycle and places they would like to walk and ride, but don’t feel safe.
Additional public meeting events are scheduled throughout the month and October.
The department also has developed a website for people do participate in a survey and contribute to an interactive map. It’s at https://www.nhpedbikeplan.com .