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New Hampshire Capitol Corridor
MBTA commuter trains from Boston rolled through southern New Hampshire back in 1980, however Federal funding dried up for this successful demonstration. With increased growth in the state, it's time again for commuter rail. Connecting Concord, Manchester, and Nashua to Boston by rail is the main focus of the NHRRA.

Boston-Montreal High Speed Rail
Designated as a High Speed Rail Corridor, this project would connect the two cities along with connecting New Hampshire's central cities of Concord, Manchester, and Nashua. The NHRRA aims to jump-start the project regarding this corridor, getting Phase II of the study going.

Manchester & Lawrence Corridor Restoration
With the urban reach of Boston growing, southern New Hampshire has seen its fair share of growth along Interstate 93, its link to the hub. By reactivating this rail line, both business and residents can utilize this rail line for moving goods and commuting.

Conway Branch Restoration
Bringing back freight and passenger opprotunities along Route 16 in the Conway area, with a possible connection to Portland, Maine north of North Conway.

Newburyport-Kittery Commuter Rail
An extension of commuter train service from Newburyport, Mass. up through Hampton and Portsmouth to Kittery, Maine.

Haverhill-Plaistow Commuter Rail
An extension of commuter train service from Haverhill, Mass. up into Plaistow, New Hampshire and beyond; possibly to Rochester.

Reactivating abandoned railbeds

Northern New England High Speed Rail Corridor

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Our Next Bi-Monthly
Meeting

Monday, March 27, 2017
7:00 pm

Safety and Health Council
2 Whitney Road, Suite 11
Concord, N.H. 03301

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