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Transportation of New Hampshire

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The New Hampshire Department of Transportation provides safe and secure mobility and travel options for the transportresidents of the state. The department aims at providing interstate and intrastate service to residents, visitors, and goods movement through transportation system and services that are well maintained, reliable and efficient. The department strives to achieve transportation excellence in New Hampshire. The department develops plans and programs relating to the system of highways, roads, bridges, railways and airways in New Hampshire.

Contact Details
New Hampshire Department of Transportation
John O. Morton Building
PO Box 483, 7 Hazen Drive
Concord, New Hampshire 03302-0483
Phone: (603) 271-3734
Fax: (603) 271-3914
Website: http://www.nh.gov/dot/

Road Transportation in New Hampshire

The road transport in New Hampshire comprises of highways, state routes, public transit and bicycle and pedestrian routes. The New Hampshire transport department is committed to provide convenient, safe and reliable road transportation in the state and also to provide easy connectivity to various cities and states.

Interstate Highways in New Hampshire

Highways in New Hampshire comprise of primary interstates and secondary interstates.

Interstate 89: The highway travels between Bow, New Hampshire and Highgate Springs, Vermont.

Interstate 93: The highway starts in Canton, Massachusetts, and ends near St. Johnsbury, Vermont, at I-91.

Interstate 95: The highway runs parallel to the Atlantic Ocean seaboard serving areas between Florida and New England inclusive.

Interstate 293: it is an 18 km long loop surrounding Manchester, New Hampshire.

Interstate 393: It is a 7.393 km spur extending east from Interstate 93 at Concord, New Hampshire.

The transport department has initiated and implemented several programs for the improvement of road transportation in the state. Some of the notable programs include:

Sponsor-A-Highway program

The Sponsor-A-Highway program provides an opportunity to organizations, businesses and individuals to help A highwaymaintain sections of roadside on the state highway system of New Hampshire. In doing so there has been financial savings to the taxpayers and unselfish donation to keep New Hampshire beautiful.

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Scenic and Cultural Byways

There are over 1,000 miles of designated scenic and cultural byways in New Hampshire. The Scenic and Cultural Byways provide residents and visitors the opportunity to travel a system of byways featuring the scenic and cultural qualities of the state within the existing highway system. This also supports the cultural, recreational and historic attributes along these byways, promote retention of rural and urban scenic byways and expose the unique elements of the beauty, culture and history of the state.

Contact Details
Bureau of Planning and Community Assistance
Phone: (603)271-3344 or -6581

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Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Program

The transport department makes plans for bicycling and pedestrians by supporting bicycling and walking as a convenient, safe and sustainable form of transportation which improve public and environmental health in the state. cycling

Contact Details
NH Department of Transportation Bureau of Rail and Transit
PO Box 483, 7 Hazen Drive Concord, NH 03302-0483
Phone: 271-2468
Fax: (603) 271-6767

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Highway Safety

The Highway Safety Agency is responsible to develop and implement statewide program to reduce traffic crashes, deaths, injuries and property damage in the state.

Contact Details
New Hampshire Highway Safety Agency
78 Regional Drive, Building 2
Concord, NH 03301-8530
Phone: (603) 271-2131
Fax: (603) 271-3790

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Public Transit in New Hampshire

The Department of Transportation administers public transit in the state. New Hampshire has 11 local bus systems. There are specialized services for elderly and disabled citizens. The intercity service connects New Hampshire communities to the larger region. Intercity bus routes also provide a lifeline for rural areas and an alternative to congested highways for Boston-bound commuters.

Important programs initiated by transport department

Public Transit providers in New Hampshire.

Concord Area Transit
PO Box 611
Concord, NH 03302
Phone: 603-225-1989
Fax: 603-228-1898

Cooperative Alliance for Regional Transportation
50 Nashua Road, Suite 102
Londonderry, NH 03053
Phone: 603-437-9999
Fax: 603-437-9966

Cooperative Alliance for Seacoast Transportation
42 Sumner Drive
Dover, NH 03820
Phone: 603-743-5777
Fax: 603-743-5786

Home Healthcare, Hospice & Community Services
PO Box 564
312 Marlborough Street
Keene, NH 03431
Phone: 603-352-2253
Fax: 603-358-3904

Advance Transit
PO Box 1027
Wilder, VT 05088
Phone: 802-295-1824
Fax: 802-295-3010

Special Transit Service
Easter Seals New Hampshire
186 Zachary Road
Manchester, NH 03109
Phone: 603-206-6683
Winnipesaukee Transit System
Laconia Family Center
121 Belmont Road
Laconia, NH 03246
Phone: 603-528-2496
Fax: 603-524-0390

Community Alliance of Human Services Public Transportation Services
941 John Stark Highway
Newport, NH 03773
Phone: 603-863-0003
Fax: 603-863-7571

Nashua Transit System
229 Main Street
P.O. Box 2019
Nashua, NH 03061-2019
Phone: 603-821-2035
Fax: 603-821-2042

Manchester Transit Authority
110 Elm St
Manchester, NH 03101-2799
Phone: 603-623-8801 x612
Fax: 603-626-4512

North Country Transit
31 Pleasant St
Berlin, NH 03570
Phone: 603-752-1741
Fax: 603-752-2803

Wildcat Transit
295 Mast Road
Durham, NH 03824
Phone: 603-862-2328
TTY 603-862-2333

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Rail Transportation in New Hampshire

The Rail Division is responsible to ensure a safe, efficient and reliable rail transportation system in New Hampshire. It looks after railroads, both passenger and freight. There are 459 miles of active railroad in New Hampshire. With over 200 miles of active line, the state is the largest railroad owner. Nine freight railroads operate in the state [1].

Rail services in New Hampshire

Mt. Washington Cog Railway
3168 Base Station Road
Marshfield Station, NH
Phone: 603-278-5404
Website: http://www.thecog.com/

Hobo Railroad
Lincoln, NH
Phone: (603) 745-2135
Website: http://www.hoborr.com/winni.html

Conway Scenic Railroad
38 Norcross Circle
PO Box 1947
North Conway, NH 03860
Phone: 603-356-5251
Fax: (603) 356-7606
Email: Info@ConwayScenic.com
Website: http://conwayscenic.com/

Claremont Concord railroad Corp
Claremont, NH
Phone: 603-542-5166
Fax: 603-542-9035
Website: http://www.theccrr.com/home.htm

Vermont Rail System
118 Post Street
Rutland, VT 05701
Phone: (802) 658-2550
Website: http://www.vermontrailway.com/

Pan Am Railways
1700 Iron Horse Park
North Billerica, MA 01862
Phone: 800-955-9212

New England Central Railroad
2 Federal St., Suite 201
St. Albans, VT 05478
Phone: (585) 785-6400
Website: http://www.gwrr.com/operations/railroads/north_america/new_england_central_railroad.be

Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority
Phone: (617)222-3200
Website: http://www.mbta.com/

Amtrak Downeaster
Phone: 1-800-872-7245
Website: http://www.amtrakdowneaster.com/

Air Transportation in New Hampshire

The New Hampshire Department of Transportation's Bureau of Aeronautics preserves and promotes a system of airports for best possible air transportation in New Hampshire. The department plans, constructs and maintains the transportation system and state facilities in the most efficient and economical manner. The Bureau of Aeronautics is dedicated to the promotion of New Hampshire Airports. Here is a list of airports in New Hampshire:

Berlin Regional Airport

Berlin Regional Airport has the longest runway in Coos County and is located in northern part of the city in the town of Milan. Berlin Regional Airport handles different categories of aircraft including large corporate jets.

Contact Details
Berlin Regional Airport
800 Eastside River Road
Milan, NH 03588
Phone: 603-449-2168
Fax: 603-449-2168
Website: http://www.berlinnh.gov/pages/berlinnh_airport/index

Boire Field

Located in the City of Nashua, Boire Field is the airport in the southern most region of New Hampshire. It is the busiest airport in the state. There are many fixed base operators such as Nashua Jet, Infinity Aviation, Aviation are hosted by Boire Field.

Contact Details
93 Perimeter Rd
Nashua, NH 03063
Phone: (603) 882-0661
Fax: (603) 881-5415
Website: http://www.nashuaairport.com/

Lebanon Municipal Airport

Located in Grafton County, Lebanon Municipal Airport is the largest airport serving the Upper Valley Region. It is the only airport in New Hampshire north of Manchester with an air traffic control tower. US Airways Express provides commercial airline service with four flights per day to New York LaGuardia and Boston Logan Airports.

Contact Details

Lebanon Municipal Airport
5 Airpark Road, Suite 1
West Lebanon, NH 03784
Phone: 603-298-8878
Fax: 603-298-5845
Website: http://fly.lebnh.net/

Portsmouth International Airport

Located in Portsmouth, Portsmouth International Airport serves New Hampshire's seacoast region. From regional/commuter airlines to international charters and scheduled operators, the airport accommodates all levels of airportairline service.

Contact Details
Portsmouth International Airport at Pease
36 Airline Avenue
Portsmouth, NH 03801
Phone: (603) 433-6536
Fax: (603) 334-6135
Website: http://www.peasedev.org/pease-airports.html

Manchester- Boston Regional Airport

Located in the heart of Southern New Hampshire, Manchester-Boston Regional Airport is the premiere air carrier facility in New Hampshire offering a wide variety of air carriers, including low cost carriers. Manchester Airport is served by 8 airlines including Southwest, US Airways, United, Delta.

Contact Details
Manchester-Boston Regional Airport
One Airport Road
Manchester, NH 03103
Phone: (603) 624-6556
Website: http://www.flymanchester.com/

Notable airports in New Hampshire

Concord Municipal Airport
41 Green St.
Concord, NH 03301
Phone: 603-225-8595
Fax: 603-228-2701
Website: http://www.concordnh.gov/index.aspx?nid=344

Hampton Airfield
North Hampton, NH 03862
Phone: (603)964-6749
Website: http://www.hamptonairfield.com/

Silver Ranch Airpark
190 Tpk, Jaffrey Airport
Jaffrey, New Hampshire 03452
Phone: 603-532-8870
Website: http://www.silverranchairpark.com/

Laconia Airport Authority
65 Aviation Drive
Gilford, NH 03249
Phone: (603) 524-5003
Fax: (603) 528-0428
Website: http://www.laconiaairport.com/

Mt Washington Regional Airport
Hazen Drive, Off Route 3
Whitefield, NH 03598
Phone: (603) 837-9532
Website: http://www.mountwashingtonairport.com/

Perlin Field
Town of Newport
15 Sunapee Street
Newport, NH 03773
Phone: 603-863-1220
Website: http://www.newportnh.net/index.php?nav=147&group=18

Skyhaven Airport
238 Rochester Hill Road
Rochester, NH 03867
Phone: 603-332-0005
Website: http://www.skyhavennh.com/

Water Transportation in New Hampshire

Water Transportation plays a major role in the transportation system of New Hampshire. It serves the people as a mode of tourist transportation and a major mode for freight movement across the state.

New Hampshire State Port Authority

The New Hampshire State Port Authority plans the development, maintenance and use of the port, harbors and portsnavigable rivers as well as stimulates commerce and shipment of freight through the port.

Contact Details
New Hampshire State Port Authority
555 Market St.
Portsmouth, NH 03801
Phone: (603) 436-8500
Fax: (603) 436-2780
Website: http://www.portsmouthnh.com/port/nhpa.cfm

Pease Development Authority

The Division of Ports and Harbors of the Pease Development Authority plans for the development and maintenance of the ports, harbors and navigable tidal rivers of New Hampshire.

Contact Details
Divisions of Ports and Harbors
555 Market Street
Portsmouth, NH 03801
Phone: (603) 436-8500
Rye Harbor: 603) 319-8246
Hampton Harbor: (603) 929-0347
Website: http://www.peasedev.org/pease-portsharbors.html

Port of Portsmouth

Port of Portsmouth is one of the oldest working ports in the United States. With a deep natural harbor and river, Portsmouth is recognized as a prime industrial shipping center. Activities of the port include pleasure boating, sport and commercial fishing and bulk and general cargo transport to and from points worldwide.

Contact Details
Port of Portsmouth
Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03801
Phone: 603-436-8500
Email: info@SeacoastNH.com
Website: http://www.seacoastnh.com/business/port.html


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