Transport NH: Going Places

The Summary Report that resulted from conversations across all six sites, is now available.

How does the way we get from one place to another affect our health, our environment, and the way our communities about those who live and work in them? Does our current transportation infrastructure help or hinder the development of a vibrant economy and a healthy population? Please consider joining us for an opportunity to explore the role of transportation in our lives and our communities in these upcoming regional conversations.

Transport NH is an emerging coalition of individuals, businesses, organizations, associations, agencies, and municipalities that promotes a balanced and environmentally sustainable transportation system. Our purpose is to enhance affordable mobility for all New Hampshire citizens and support sustainable economic development. We are interested in building a broader coalition and learning more from stakeholders.

We have asked NH Listens to help us coordinate these conversations with people whose work or civic life is significantly connected to transportation and the transportation needs of others. Conversations were held April 30 - May 16 in six locations across the state.

Lakes Region & Plymouth
Tuesday, April 30th

Elm Room, Woodside, Taylor Community in Laconia
Upper Valley
Tuesday, May 7th

Kilton Library, West Lebanon
North Country
Wednesday, May 15th

Gorham Town Hall
Seacoast & SE
Wednesday, May 1st

Dover Public Library
Monadnock
Wednesday, May 8th

Keene Rec Department, Room 14
Merrimack Valley
Thursday, May 16th

900 Elm St., 5th Floor, Manchester

Download the discussion guide.

For more information, feel free to contact Rebecca Harris at Transport NH.

For registration or logistical questions, please contact Michele at NH.Listens@unh.edu.