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New Hampshire department of transportation

The New Hampshire Department of Transportation (NHDOT) is an agency run by the U.S. state government of New Hampshire. The NHDOT is under the executive direction of Commissioner of Transportation George Campbell. The main office of the NHDOT is located in the J.O. Morton Building in Concord.

Mission and Vision of New Hampshire department of transportation

Mission

The mission of NHDOT is to provide excellent transportation enhancing the quality of life in New Hampshire.

Vision

Transportation is fundamental for a state's economic development and for preserving the unique character and quality of life. The New Hampshire Department of Transportation provides safe and secured travel options for the state's residents, visitors, freight operators and provide seamless interstate and intrastate connectivity through a system of services that are maintained efficiently and reliably.

New Hampshire 511 system to provide road information on state highways

  • The New Hampshire Department of Transportation introduces a new service to help travelers access information regarding weather-related road conditions, construction and congestion, via the Web or phone 24/7.
  • This new service provides enhanced service that is available directly to travelers via the Web or phone 24/7 - and include voice recognition, increased calling capacity and easier-to-navigate Web pages.

NH Long Range Transportation Plan

The NH Long Range Transportation Plan specifies the strategic directions for the State and the Department of transportation for a 20 year time period. The Plan resembles a future Vision for the State in which transportation would be a major factor to:
  • Preserve our Unique Character & Quality of Life
  • Enhance Environmental Quality
  • Promote Sustainable Economic Development & Land use

Four Strategic Outcomes of the Transportation Plan

  • Unify Transportation Planning and Investment with Broader State Goals and Actions.
  • Integrate Planning and Investment Decision-making across all Transportation Modes, Facilities and Services.
  • Increase Investment in the Areas of Transportation Infrastructure Preservation and Maintenance, Travel, Demand Management, and Travel Choices.
  • Establish new, more effective Collaborative Partnerships to Better Leverage Resources and to Achieve Long Term Goals.

NH Transportation Enhancement (TE) Program

The TE Program is a tool to develop "livable communities" by selecting projects that preserve the historic culture of the transportation system and/or enhance the operation of the system for its users. The CMAQ Program specifically provides assistance for air quality improvement and congestion mitigation projects in urbanized areas which have been identified as nonattainment.

Provision of facilities for bicyclists and pedestrians

The New Hampshire department of transportation has provided a lot of facilities for the pedestrian and bicyclists. Some of them are listed below:
  • New or reconstructed sidewalks, walkways, and curb ramps.
  • Bike lane stripping, wide paved shoulders, bike lockers and bike parking.
  • Off-road, multi-use trails with logical connections.
  • Non-vehicular bridges and underpasses.

Safety and educational activities for bicyclists and pedestrians

  • Drivers who fail to stop and give right of way to pedestrians in crosswalks is considered as an offense.
  • Any cyclists under 16 years of age are not allowed to ride a bicycle or any attachment of a bicycle without a helmet.
  • Wear a properly fitted helmet to reduce the chances of head injury and death
  • Always check brakes and tires before riding.
  • It is illegal for a driver to make a right turn in front of a bus that is stopped at an intersection to take delivery of or release passengers.