Lahaye Drive Multi-Use Path Project
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Welcome to the Lahaye Drive Multi-use Path Project. This page contains updates, contact information, documents, and answers to frequently asked questions pertaining to these projects. New information is added as it is received. You can subscribe to receive alerts by subscribing to our LebAlert Service.
You can easily find this page again by going to LebanonNH.gov/LahayeMUP.
What is the scope of this project?
The Lahaye Drive Multi-Use Path project consists of a 10-foot-wide multi-use path along the North side of Lahaye Drive, connecting the Mt. Support Road multi-use path to the sidewalk on NH Route 120. The City of Lebanon’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Transportation Plan shows this proposed multi-use path along this section of the Lahaye Drive corridor to be a significant link within this network corridor, helping to connect Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, Mt. Support Road properties, Centerra Business Park, and Altaria Business Park. This project is partially funded under the Transportation Alternative Program (TAP), with participation from the New Hampshire Department of Transportation, Office of Community Assistance.
How long is this going to take?
The Lahaye Multi-Use Path project construction is expected to begin in February of 2024 and will continue through the Fall of 2024. Please note that this schedule is dependent upon many factors and is subject to change.
Which streets are involved?
Streets involved/impacted are:
- Lahaye Drive
- Route 120 at Centerra intersection
How will I know what is happening?
We strongly encourage you to subscribe to receive alerts via email or text through our LebAlert service at LebanonNH.gov/GetLebAlerts. Periodic project updates will be posted to this project page as well as sent to subscribers.