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Current Rail and Transit Projects

NH Capitol Corridor

New Hampshire Capitol Corridor Rail and Transit Study

The project will include a study of potential rail and bus transit investments in the NH Capitol corridor, which connects the major population centers of New Hampshire to metropolitan Boston, and the development of a service development plan and related documents for intercity passenger rail between Boston, MA and Concord, NH. For more info, please visit the NH Capitol Corridor website.

Rail

Plaistow Commuter Rail Extension Study

The project will include a study of alternatives for a potential extension of MBTA commuter rail service from Haverhill, MA to the Plaistow, NH area. The study, which will be conducted by the Department in partnership with Plaistow, Atkinson, and the Rockingham Planning Commission, will examine potential alternatives for a train station and layover facility, and their resultant impacts, including cost-benefit analysis and ridership projections. The NHDOT has engaged a team of design and planning professionals, led by HDR Engineering, to identify possible sites, develop design concepts, and analyze their potential impacts. For more information, please visit the Plaistow Commuter Rail Extension Study website


New Hampshire State Rail Plan

The new State Rail Plan has been completed. See the Rail Plan page for more information.

Transit

Portsmouth-Manchester "East-West" Bus Service

**Public Notice regarding East West Express's service reduction effective Jan 1, 2015**: http://www.eastwestnh.com/schedules_fares#new-schedule

Statewide Strategic Assessment Study

The NH Department of Transportation is proposing the development of a Statewide Strategic Transit Assessment Study. This comprehensive study would inventory and assess the needs of NH's public transit systems and intercity bus transportation network, with the primary focus on transit systems that are funded with Federal Transit Administration (FTA) funds. This study would also identify statewide transit gaps and needs, evaluate overall statewide transit system for new routes and transit services, and identify opportunities for improved connectivity within the statewide and regional transit network. For more information about the solicitation and specific tasks, please review the Department's Consultant Selection page.





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