A public informational meeting, postponed by the weather earlier this week for the Plaistow, N.H. Commuter Rail Extension Study, has been re-scheduled.
It will take place at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 24, at Plaistow Town Hall. The agenda include a review of a Draft Recommended Alternative for a Layover Facility & Rail Station, Cost and Ridership Estimates, Noise and Vibration Analysis, and Land Use Impact/Benefits.
“We encourage any and all of you that are available that evening to attend this meeting,” according to a statement. “We hope to be posting a few documents on the project website (www.plaistowstudy.org) in advance of the meeting for review by the general public and meeting attendees.”
Last September, the study group released an alternatives overview map, outlining three potential site plans for a commuter rail station and train layover facility. One of the alternatives calls for a commuter rail station off Westville Road near route 125, separate from a train layover facility on the Haverhill side of the border, parallel to the upper Hilldale Avenue industrial park.