Nashua transportation roundtable event canceled
Kuster was scheduled to host the event at 11 a.m. on Tuesday at Nashua Community College, but the gathering was canceled at the last minute.
All of the roundtable participants were contacted by telephone and were “very understanding” about the last minute event cancellation, according to Hilmer.
Kuster was planning to hear from business and transportation leaders about current challenges and deficits in the state’s transportation network, and about how expanded rail and other increased transportation options would benefit the local economy.
Kuster introduced the DRIVE Now Act, legislation to help the state fix roads and bridges while supporting construction jobs. She also supports expanded transportation options in southern New Hampshire, which would connect Granite Staters to Boston, and help boost the local economy, the press release said.
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