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  Daytime Closure of Open Road Tolling Lanes on I-95
October 20, 2014
  Plans to close the northbound and southbound Open Road Toll (ORT) lanes at the Hampton Toll Plaza on Interstate 95 for maintenance work within the ORT lanes on Tuesday, October 21.
  Bridge Repairs on NH Route 136 in Peterborough
October 15, 2014
  Bridge repairs are scheduled to begin on Friday, October 17, 2014 on the NH Route 136 bridge over a brook in Peterborough.
  Traffic Alerts Expanded to I-293 and US/NH Routes
October 15, 2014
  Two more Twitter web pages for traffic alerts will be activated on Monday, October 20, 2014.
  New Pedestrian Safety Signals Installed in Epping and Meredith
October 14, 2014
  New traffic control signals in New Hampshire aimed at improving pedestrian safety on busy roadways are being triggered by walkers in Epping (NH 125) and Meredith (NH 25).
  Bridge Repairs on NH Route 18 in Littleton
October 13, 2014
  Bridge repairs are underway on the NH Route 18 bridge over the Connecticut River in Littleton.


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  Programs for Students
  Salt Applicator Certification
  NH Capitol Corridor Rail and Transit Study
  2014 Qualified Products List (QPL)
  2014 Construction Projects
  The Roads to New Hampshire's Future – Commissioner Clement presentation
  Memorial to Public Workers
  State Rail Plan
  2011 NHDOT Balanced Scorecard
  Bi-State Bridge Funding Task Force Final Report
  F.E. Everett Turnpike Tolling Study and Widening Feasibility Study
  Focus on Research Newsletter
  Follow Traffic Updates on Twitter!
  Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP)
  Latest On the Move Newsletter


  bullet Announcements/Notices      
  Troy By-Pass Project
  A public information meeting has been scheduled for October 21, 2014, at 7:00 pm, to present a proposal to formally cancel the Troy By-Pass Project.


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