Hudson revives byway proposal
Though the idea of the byway is hardly a new one, it has not been discussed seriously for several years.
Selectman Roger Coutu said a huge priority now would be to “convince the state to take a serious look at the Route 3 and Route 111 corridor.”
“At a local level, perhaps we could build it as a town road,” Maddox said. “I don’t think that we, as a town, believe that Lowell Road is wide enough to deal with (future) traffic volumes.”
“So what we’d be looking to do is either lease or purchase the state’s land intersecting Routes 3 and 111,” Ulery said.
While it’s too soon to determine what final project costs might be, Carson agreed to share the board’s concerns with legislators in Concord.
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