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Pavement Marking Foreman Douglas Howard heads up a line striping crew from the Traffic Bureau.


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  Public Hearings Set For 10 Year Transportation Plan (2017-2026)
  Two public meetings are scheduled for Londonderry (10/8), and Merrimack (10/13), to review and receive input on transportation projects and priorities included in the draft 2017-2026 Plan.


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  Slope Repairs On Fairgrounds Road In Plymouth
October 2, 2015
  Ongoing temporary slope repair work along Fairgrounds Road in Plymouth will require the road to be closed to traffic during daytime work hours through Tuesday, October 6, 2015.
  Traffic Change at Hooksett Main Street Bridge Project
September 29, 2015
  Beginning Friday, October 2, 2015 at 4:00 pm, the Main Street Bridge over the Merrimack River, the B&M Railroad, and Riverside Street will be open to two lanes of traffic.
  Lee Traffic Circle – new traffic patterns coming
September 28, 2015
  The Lee traffic circle at the intersection of US Route 4 and NH Route 125 is being converted to a two-lane roundabout that will fully open soon. Learn the proper way to drive a two-lane roundabout.
  Slope Repairs On Fairground Road In Plymouth
September 24, 2015
  Temporary slope repair work along Fairgrounds Road in Plymouth will require the road be closed to through traffic for up to four days beginning Tuesday, September 29.


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  Ten Year Transportation Plan 2017-2026
  2015 Transportation Construction Projects
  Final Report – NH Capitol Corridor Rail and Transit Study
  Citizen's Guide to the Transportation System
  Programs for Students
  Salt Applicator Certification Training on 9/30 and 10/5/2015
  2015 Qualified Products List (QPL)
  Memorial to Public Workers
  Focus on Research Newsletter
  Follow Traffic Updates on Twitter!
  Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP)
  Latest On the Move Newsletter


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