Durham Town Administrator Todd Selig: Opposing increase in road toll a hard road to travel for NH Legislators
New Hampshire faces an annual transportation funding shortfall of $74 million, more than one third of the state’s major roads are deteriorated, nearly a third of Granite State bridges are in need of repair or replacement, and the state’s rural traffic fatality rate is disproportionately higher than that of other roads in the state.
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