CNHRPC's Mission is to improve, through education, training, and planning assistance, the abilities of the municipalities of the region to prepare and implement municipal plans; to prepare a plan for effective and appropriate development and utilization of the resources of the region; and to assist municipalities in carrying out the regional plan.

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NH Capitol Corridor Study


The New Hampshire Department of Transportation will hold a public meeting on November 20th in Nashua at the City Hall from 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm.  The public is encouraged to attend and provide the Department with input on the final set of transportation alternatives for solutions to transportation problems that involve transit (bus and rail) and intercity rail options in the 73-mile corridor between Boston, MA and Concord, NH.  This meeting will also provide the public with an opportunity to consider issues and concerns in the Environmental Assessment that is being prepared as part of the alternatives analysis.
The New Hampshire Department of Transportation is evaluating opportunities to improve inter-city rail and transit service in the corridor through a study jointly funded by the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) and the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) that was approved by the Executive Council in February 2013.  The study is an alternatives analysis with an environmental assessment that will examine rail and bus transit options, as well as intercity rail alternatives, to address transportation, economic development, sustainability, quality of life and environmental issues along the I-93 and Everett Turnpike corridors from Concord to Nashua with connections to Boston.  Increasing transportation demand and growing concerns about mobility, economic development and quality of life have led citizens and officials in New Hampshire and Massachusetts to explore options to improve transit service between southern New Hampshire and Boston. The study evaluates a diverse set of rail and bus options for improving transportation by leveraging existing infrastructure, including the existing rail line, US Route 3 and I-93.


Thursday November 20, 2014
7:00PM – 8:30PM
Nashua Public Library, NPL Theater
2 Court Street,  Nashua, NH 03060


Additional information may be found at

  Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS)

The CEDS is a comprehensive economic development strategy for the 20-community CNHRPC region, plus five towns within the Southern New Hampshire Regional Planning Commission region (Bedford, Goffstown, Hooksett, New Boston and Weare). Its purpose is to present various economic and demographic data and to identify common strengths and weaknesses, as well as projects and strategies to strengthen the local economy.  The CEDS was approved by the Full Commission on October 9, 2014.


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