New Hampshire residents will have a chance to weigh in on the state’s long-term transportation plan over the next two months.
Transportation officials will hold 19 public hearings across the state in September and October on what’s known as the ten-year plan.
The document is updated every two years. The current draft plan outlines what projects the state expects to complete between 2019 and 2028. It was unveiled Wednesday at a meeting in Keene. After public hearings, there will be further review and revision before it goes in front of the legislature next spring.