The Route 2 Concord Rotary continues to cause significant traffic delays and daily congestion that not only complicate local and regional travel but also undermines driver safety and local air quality.
“It’s time we stop going around in circles and get this rotary fixed” says Green.
A study conducted in 2008 found that more than 61,000 vehicles pass through the rotary each day. Completing the Concord Rotary reconstruction would improve access, reduce traffic accidents, and alleviate environmental pollution. Green has added the Concord Rotary to the list of infrastructure investment priorities for the 3rd Congressional district.