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Residents provide feedback on $30 million South Elm infrastructure improvements

Last year, the City of Manchester received $25 million in Rebuilding American Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity (RAISE) grants to put toward connected infrastructure projects that the city believes will completely transform the south Elm Street area. On Wednesday night, residents came to the Manchester Public Library to learn more about the projects that will be primarily funded by those grants and share their questions and concerns. READ MORE

Alongside a new pedestrian bridge over Granite Street, a new roadway connector from Elm Street to Willow Street, a completed half-mile of rail trail and a new ‘peanut roundabout’ on South Willow Street, the biggest part of RAISE Manchester will be a new South Commercial Street Extension (pictured) that extends south from the Northeast Delta Dental Stadium area to a new bridge that offers egress over the active CSX rail line, even during active train crossings.
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Dec. 7: Public meeting planned to discuss $25M major transportation infrastructure project

The City of Manchester and the project consultant team led by the engineering firm of Fuss & O’Neill invite city residents and business owners to a public meeting being held on Wednesday, December 7, 2022, at the Manchester City Library at 405 Pine Street to discuss the $30 million transportation infrastructure improvement project called RAISE Manchester: Connecting Communities. READ MORE