Route 93 expansion plans bring traffic concerns in Windham
The topic of the traffic light has been a loaded one in recent months, following a state proposal last spring to remove the light as part of overall plans to rework Route 111A as part of the Interstate 93 expansion project.
Proponents of the plan noted that the traffic light in question isn’t needed because there will be three other traffic lights along Route 111, stretching from the new highway ramp to Delahunty’s Nursery.
Following the state Department of Transportation’s announcement, many area business owners were quite vocal in expressing their concerns about the pending plans, fearing the change would affect their business negatively due to accessibility issues.
By setting up a Tax Increment Financing (TIF) district, the town could use future tax gains from the business-rich area to help fund current improvements, Scott suggested.
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