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Releasing a study last week on the feasibility of subsidized commuter rail from southern New Hampshire to Massachusetts, the chairman of the N.H. Rail Transit Authority said this: "There is simply...
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Rethinking highway rest areas is overdue.
MARK HAYWARD
Ralph Dutton's once-quiet Bedford neighborhood changed in 2011, when the state widened the nearby F.E. Everett Turnpike as part of the construction of the $175 million airport access road.
Deborah and Scott Simmons allege in separate lawsuits that they suffered neck, back and other injuries while traveling from San Juan to Boston because, ''the flight's path was abruptly and violently altered such that the plane dropped significantly.''

JetBlue Airways asks for dismissal of lawsuit for turbulent flight

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BRENTWOOD — A lawyer for JetBlue Airways is asking a judge to dismiss a pair of lawsuits filed by two Rockingham County residents who claim they were injured during a turbulent 2011 flight...

The view looking into Jones Road from Route 101A in Milford. The blocked road wraps around Market Basket plaza to a bank doctor's offices and abruptly as it ends only feet from Route 101A. Selectmen are considering reopening the road for right hand turns to Route 101A to help alleviate traffic problems.

Milford road reopening could improve traffic flow

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With state work expected on Rt. 101A, Milford is considering opening the access from Jones Road to Rt. 101A to help alleviate traffic woes.

Ted Siefer's City Hall: Driver's ed program had been run into the ditch

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THE SCHOOL board on Monday will finally get to review the contract with the company that has taken over the district's driver education program - the company that started its first class about a week...

Travelers make their way to the parking garage after arriving at Manchester-Boston Regional Airport.

Airport expert sees clear skies for Manchester-Boston Regional

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Long gone are the $99 cross-country airfares once offered by Southwest and others from Manchester-Boston Regional Airport that helped make it the nation's fastest-growing airport in the late 1990s.

Big potential, big subsidies projected in new rail study

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The rail stops in Manchester, Bedford and Nashua would handle 2,568 commuters each weekday riding to or from Boston, according to the New Hampshire Capitol Corridor Study.

A trio of roundabouts looms a solution to Meredith’s seasonal traffic problem

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A study committee will recommend a three-roundabout solution to the stubborn summer congestion problem downtown near the junctions of Routes 3 and 25, which has drawn heavy attention from state...

Rich Boisvert, with his 2013 Toyota Corolla at Southern New Hampshire University in Manchester on Nov. 8, is among the local residents who have signed on to be drivers for Uber.

Manchester, Uber headed for a collision over taxi regulations?

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Shortly after the recent Manchester launch of ride-sharing startup Uber, city officials raised concerns that the company was running afoul of a city ordinance that imposes licensing and inspection...

Former mayor makes pitch for commuter rail

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On the eve of the release of a major report on the potential of commuter rail in New Hampshire, former Manchester Mayor Bob Baines on Wednesday urged business leaders to lobby state leaders —...

A traveler arrives at the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport. The airport is working with state offices to promote New Hampshire as a destination to boost airport traffic.

Consultant says JetBlue may fly out of Manchester someday

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Manchester-Boston Regional Airport will need to draw growth from existing airlines but may land JetBlue Airways at some point, a noted industry consultant told a chamber of commerce gathering...

JetBlue cutting legroom, doing away with free bags for some fliers

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Some major changes are coming to America's favorite budget airline.

Study will reveal if interstate train could chug from Boston to Concord

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Preliminary results of a nearly two-year rail feasibility study will be unveiled Thursday night in Nashua.

Trees will be coming down near Lebanon airport runway

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The city airport plans to remove 32 acres of trees on airport property by the end of next year, according to a recently released Final Environmental Assessment for the proposed Obstruction Removal...

Airlines are packing 'em in

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U.S. airlines packed passengers onto planes at a record rate in the first eight months of the year.

Regional planners give recommendations for Route 102 corridor

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As development of the Route 102 corridor continues, regional planning officials are recommending additional traffic signals at the intersections of Londonderry Road and Action Boulevard.

Mike Cote's Business Editor's Notebook: Don't be fooled by happy daze

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Americans quit their jobs again in September at the fastest rate in more than six years, the Labor Department says. Bad bosses beware. Opportunity is returning, and that means competition for workers...

At the pump, a price break for commuters

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US Energy Dept. forecasts fuel prices will remain below $3.00 a gallon into 2015.

Visual enhancements eyed for new Nashua River Bridge

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Aldermen are contemplating how much money should be spent to upgrade the aesthetics of the new Nashua River Bridge now under construction.

To spur holiday activity, parking to be free in parts of Nashua

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Although motorists will still have to pay to park along Main Street, parking at the city's two downtown garages will be free this holiday season.

Electric vehicle charging stations to expand in state

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The state hopes to add to the 31 charging stations for electric vehicles in New Hampshire after the Executive Council approved a $50,000 federal grant.

West Lebanon bridge work to interrupt traffic next week

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The Department of Public Works plans to conduct safety and maintenance repairs to the bridge railing on the Dry Bridge near the intersection of Main and South Main Street next week.

 NH Angle
Links to news and happenings around the world with a Granite State connection updated daily.

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0 Updated flying car to be tested at Pease

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0 Portsmouth also concerned about third-party driving service Uber

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0 Portsmouth shuttle service costing city $5 per rider

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0 Portsmouth votes down proposed helicopter law

0 Oldest-known 'Batmobile' heading to auction

0 State uses advanced technology to spy on motorists

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0 Segway wheelchair begins trials on Japanese streets

0 2 F-15 planes cancel drills over 2 states

0 Where in New Hampshire is this controversial covered bridge?

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0 N.H. passenger rail authority launches taxpayer-funded website

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