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Traffic and Transportation

Posted on: August 6, 2015

Comprehensive Transportation Policy

City Council approved an updated Comprehensive Transportation Policy on June 8, 2015. Concord’s original policy statement, approved in January 2010, was the first such municipal policy in New Hampshire that embraced “Complete Streets” principles. This policy has guided the city in the planning and development of its transportation projects over the last five years, the most notable of which was the Main Street Complete Streets project, a project awarded grant funding in part due to its complete-streets features. City Council recognized value in updating and enhancing policy statements to reflect nationally-recognized language in describing the city’s guiding principles embracing a goal to have a complete multi-modal transportation system that serves residents, employees, visitors and businesses, and achieves the overarching goals of safety, economic vitality, enhanced quality of life, community health and environmental and fiscal sustainability.

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