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Strafford Regional Planning Commission

The CEDS is both a document and a process; it is designed to bring together both private and public sectors to create a roadmap to strengthen regional economies. Strafford Regional Planning Commission (SRPC) will be responsible for developing and implementing a CEDS for Strafford County and the Towns of Brookfield and Wakefield in Carroll County.

The purpose of this web site is to encourage use of the regional ITS architecture and gather feedback so that the architecture is used and continues to reflect the intelligent transportation system vision for the region. Sections provide access to the stakeholders, the transportation systems in the region (the Inventory), the transportation-related functions that are envisioned, and the existing and planned integration opportunities in the region.
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This web page has an interactive mapping tool allows you to explore the projects that have been identified in the 2012 Strafford-Rockingham Region ITS Strategic Plan. It is based on Google Maps and allows for viewing of project groups and their time frame.

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An updated ten-year Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Strategic Plan for the Strafford-Rockingham region. [Download 5.3MB / 62 pages PDF]

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Smart Fertilizer Use in the Seacoast Region

Summary: The use of fertilizer in our Seacoast communities has become a problem -it's causing water pollution that's harming the health of Great Bay, the Piscataqua River and the many rivers and creeks that are part of our Great Bay estuary. We can all do our part to reduce the used of fertilizers and the pollution they cause. Whether you live on the New Hampshire and Maine Seacoast or even inland-near one of our many tidal rivers or tributaries-you may be unknowingly contributing to pollution problems.

Date posted: Fri, Aug 29th, 2014
Link to full article: /regionnews/regionnewsdetail.php?165


Bicycle and Pedestrian Funding Opportunities

Summary: Funding is available through Federal Transit and Federal Highways for bicycle and pedestrian projects. The U.S. Department of Transportation has posted a table updated on Auguest 13, 2014 that shows availble funding for different types of bicycle and pedestrian projects.

Date posted: Fri, Aug 22nd, 2014
Link to full article: /regionnews/regionnewsdetail.php?164


Broadband 2020: Achieving Ubiquity

Summary: The University of New Hampshire's Broadband Center of Excellence is pleased to release its whitepaper: Broadband 2020, Achieving Ubiquity

Date posted: Wed, Dec 11th, 2013
Link to full article: /regionnews/regionnewsdetail.php?159