New Hampshire Transit Association announces Annual Meeting to held on June 5, 2014. Deadline for registration is May 28.
**Check out the updated Public Transportation map containing links to all of NH's local/regional service providers!**
Public transportation provides many benefits to New Hampshire residents and visitors, including mobility for those who cannot or prefer not to drive, and an alternative that can relieve traffic congestion and reduce emission of pollutants from motor vehicles. There are 11 local bus systems in New Hampshire, intercity service that connects New Hampshire communities to the larger region, and specialized services for elderly and disabled citizens. Intercity bus routes provide a lifeline for rural areas and an alternative to congested highways for Boston-bound commuters.
See the Bureau Links for information on public transportation services and schedules, the I-93 Transit Investment Study as well as other resources. A public transportation map is available in our Document Library.
The Department of Transportation administers federal grants supporting public transit in the state. Information about these programs and available funds is posted on this site to assist the public and those involved in public transit.