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10 Most Dangerous Intersections in New Hampshire - 2014

Monday, February 24, 2014

 

New Hampshire's most dangerous intersections count among its ranks locales in Nashua and Manchester, which both took several spots, as well as Concord, Salem, Tilton, and Hudson among the others.

New Hampshire's top ten most dangerous intersections, while consisting of crashes with both property damage and personal injury, tallied no fatalities.

See New England's 60 Most Dangerous Intersections Here

The state has a " Driving Toward Zero Deaths Coalition" which is a collaborative effort of public and private entities, whose mission is to create a culture of safety on New Hampshire roadways. Drive Smart areas of focus include Driving Sober, Be Aware, Slow it Down, Seatbelts and Helmets, Teens and Driving, Continuing Education, Sharing the Roadway, and What's Around You.

On April 30, NHDTZ and Safe Kids New Hampshire will host their 10th Annual "Safe Kids 500" at New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, which touts itself as a fun event featuring free bike and helmet safety checks, healthy snacks and educational information for kids and parents. NHDTZ will share information about roadway and biking safety, and give prizes to everyone who takes the NH Safe Driving Pledge.

See which intersections in New Hampshire have been the most dangerous in the slides below.  

 

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Using the most recent available data, GoLocalWorcester has compiled a list of the Most Dangerous Intersections in New England.

See the methodology here

Since different states chose different time spans in which to accumulate their data (3-10 years), GoLocal standardized the tallies to a 3-year sum.

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#10

Hudson, NH

NH 111 (Ferry St.) + NH 3A (Chester St./Derry Rd.)

Total Crashes: 27.6

Fatal Crashes: 0

Injury Crashes: 7.5

Crashes with Property Damage Only: 20.1

Source: New Hampshire DOT

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#9

Tilton, NH

US 3 (Laconia Rd.) + NH 140 (Tilton Rd.)/1-93 NB Ex 20 Ramps)

Total Crashes: 20.7

Fatal Crashes: 0

Injury Crashes: 8.7

Crashes with Property Damage Only: 12

Source: New Hampshire DOT

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#8

Nashua, NH

Main St. + Canal St./Franklin St.

Total Crashes: 24.6

Fatal Crashes: 0

Injury Crashes: 9.3

Crashes with Property Damage Only: 15.3

Photo: Flickr/Bettyx1138

Source: New Hampshire DOT

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#7

Nashua, NH

Main St. + NH 111 (Spring St./Kinsley St.)

Total Crashes: 23.1

Fatal Crashes: 0

Injury Crashes: 9.6

Crashes with Property Damage Only: 13.5

Source: New Hampshire DOT

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#6

Salem, NH

NH 28 (N/S Broadway) + NH 38/NH 97 (Main St.)

Total Crashes: 22.5

Fatal Crashes: 0

Injury Crashes: 10.2

Crashes with Property Damage Only: 12.3

Source: New Hampshire DOT

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#5

NH 9 (Loudon Rd.) + D'Amante Dr. (Steeplegate Mall)

Total Crashes: 21.6

Fatal Crashes: 0

Injury Crashes: 10.5

Crashes with Property Damage Only: 11.1

Source: New Hampshire DOT

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#4

Manchester, NH

Bridge St. + NH 285 (Beech St.)

Total Crashes: 20.7

Fatal Crashes: 0

Injury Crashes: 12.6

Crashes with Property Damage Only: 8.1

Source: New Hampshire DOT

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#3

Concord, NH

NH 9 (Loudon Rd.) + Fort Eddy Rd./I-93 NB Ex 14 Off-Ramp

Total Crashes: 29.4

Fatal Crashes: 0

Injury Crashes: 11.7

Crashes with Property Damage Only: 17.7

Source: New Hampshire DOT

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#2

Nashua, NH

Main St. + East Hollis St./West Hollis St.

Total Crashes: 24.9

Fatal Crashes: 0

Injury Crashes: 14.1

Crashes with Property Damage Only: 10.8

Source: New Hampshire DOT

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#1

Manchester, NH

NH 285 (Beech St.) + Cilley Rd.

Total Crashes: 20.4

Fatal Crashes: 0

Injury Crashes: 23.4

Crashes with Property Damage Only: 8.7

Source: New Hampshire DOT

 
 

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Comments:

Barry Rogoff

Main Street in Nashua would have fewer accidents if the traffic lights were synchronized. People get frustrated and take risks when they sit at a green light and can't move because there's a line of cars waiting for the red light down to road to turn green. When it does, the closer light has turned red again. Then the cycle repeats itself.

Synchronized traffic lights aren't cutting edge technology. I don't understand why downtown Nashua wasn't synchronized decades ago.




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