Lebanon NH will receive $640,000 for bicycle/pedestrian improvements along Lahaye Drive from NH 120. The funding comes from the NH Department of Transportation 2016 Transportation Alternative Program (TAP). TAP will give $6.9 million dollars to 11 NH cities and towns along with the University of NH. The projects will be constructed across the state and include sidewalks in Littleton, a multi-use path along the Androscoggin River in Berlin, a rail trail in Manchester, and pedestrian improvements in Somersworth and Hinsdale.
TAP provides funding for alternative transportation projects, such as on-and off-road pedestrian and bicycle facilities, rail trail improvements, and safe routes to school projects.