Hooksett talking traffic, trucks and Route 3A
“We have heard in the past from residents about trucks avoiding tolls. How true that is, I’m not sure, there are other reasons for (the trucks) to be out there. There are a lot of businesses out there that cater to trucks on that road. We don’t have a plan for somehow getting trucks off 3A and back on the interstate, we just don’t have that ability,” Brillhart said.
“I don’t see us doing much more than that, given our very difficult funding situation,” he said.
White said that he has heard similar concerns, and that it might be possible to alleviate the situation at a regional level.
Resident Roger Duhaime said that while he understands money is tight, some local roads are falling into disrepair.
“I would like to see more federal aid, but we are not seeing an increase any time soon.
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