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NorEast Cycling promotes both competitive and recreational cycling in a variety of disciplines including Road, Mountain, Cyclocross and Track.
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NH Coastal Byway - Community Resident Survey 2013
Some of you may have already seen this survey and responded, but if not, here’s an opportunity to let your voice be heard.
The Rockingham Planning Commission is conducting a Corridor Study of the NH Coastal Scenic Byway, which follows Route 1A and Route 1B from Seabrook to Portsmouth. Route 1A is locally known as Ocean Boulevard through Seabrook, Hampton, North Hampton and much of Rye; and also known as Pioneer Road, Sagamore Road and Miller Avenue through Rye and Portsmouth. Route 1B through Portsmouth and New Castle follows Marcy Street, New Castle Avenue, Portsmouth Avenue, Main Street and Wentworth Road. (See Map)
The purpose of the study is to gather input from residents and visitors to the corridor to shape a plan for protecting the corridor's scenic, cultural and natural resources and addressing traffic concerns, while accommodating tourism and recreation. The study includes an extensive survey of visitors to the corridor, as well as this survey of residents of coastal communities along the Byway (Seabrook, Hampton, North Hampton, Rye, New Castle and Portsmouth). By filling out and returning this survey, you will be helping us identify issues to consider when developing recommendations for the study.
Some of the following questions ask specifically about the highway, and refer to Route 1A/1B. In other questions we refer to the Corridor, which is meant to encompass both the highway and attractions along it that are destinations for users of the highway.
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The survey will be available online until December 31, 2013.
The 31st Annual Metallic Poutine Exeter Classic on Tuesday, June 25, 2013 was a great success! Thanks to all who contributed. Article on seacoastonline.com | Results on BikeReg
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