Public input sought on transit services through survey
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — The New Hampshire Department of Transportation is seeking the public’s input as it works to develop a plan to improve public transit services.
The public is invited to take a short survey by July 15.
There are 11 public transit providers in the state, as well as intercity bus transportation supplied by several private companies. The transit systems range from rural areas in the north and west, to more urbanized systems in the south and east.
The providers include nonprofit corporations, community action programs, city departments and authorities, and the University of New Hampshire.