As work on Portsmouth’s Bicycle Pedestrian Master Plan nears the halfway mark, the city has published a draft showing existing conditios: where people bike and walk to, the conditions along the way, and where there have been accidents,
See Existing Conditions Maps and Study Network Development (DRAFT March 28, 2014) on planportsmouth.com.
Thursday, Apr. 24 will be the official launch of CommuteSMART Seacoast, which is a new program for sustainable commuting in the Seacoast. The regional Transportation Management Association (TMA) will hold a brief press conference and reception at Redhook Brewery from 4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. The mission of CommuteSMART Seacoast is to promote sustainable commuting choices (ridesharing, public transit, walk/bike, telecommuting) to support a vibrant greater Seacoast. For more information, contact Anne Rugg, Manager of CommuteSMART Seacoast at 743-5777 ext.109 or arugg@commuteSMARTseacoast.org. — City of Portsmouth
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