What is the road plan budget based on?

In 2001, when the Town adopted the original road plan, the budget was based on the cost of slowly improving the condition of the existing road network. The budget assumed a 3% escalator in the budget each year to account for inflation. The budget did not account for new construction (ie. bridges, equipment purchases, roundabouts, or upgrading dirt roads to paved roads) only the maintenance and rehabilitation of existing pavement.

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1. Why do we have a road plan?
2. How many roads does the Town maintain?
3. How are roads prioritized?
4. What is the road plan budget based on?
5. What causes a road to break down?
6. Why are you paving that perfectly good road when my road is still terrible?
7. What is the process of road reclamation?
8. I thought this was a road plan why is so much work done on drainage?
9. Is there a list available to see what year my road is scheduled for repaving?
10. Does the state maintain any roads in Goffstown?
11. How do the State Classifications IV, V and VI impact maintenance actions?
12. Does the town have any gravel roads?