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Wednesday, January 23, 2013

 

In GoLocal's first-ever ranking of the Most Dangerous Intersections in New England, New Hampshire's most dangerous intersection comes in at #42 in New England (Route 101A in Amherst gets the nod). How do New Hampshire's dangerous stretches of road compare to each other? See what New Hampshire's Top 10 Most Dangerous Intersections are, based on GoLocal's proprietary ranking formula. (For more on GoLocal's methodology, go here.)
 

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#10 Most Dangerous

NH Route 28/Mile marker 21.69

Manchester, New Hampshire

New England ranking: #60

Route 28 parallels Interstate 93 south of Manchester, going slightly northwest, but it goes northeast north of Manchester.

Total crashes: 3

Fatalities: 0
Injuries: 2
Property damage:1

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#9 Most Dangerous

Route 125/Mile marker 0.441

Plaistow, New Hampshire

New England ranking: #58

Although most of the road consists of only two lanes, NH 125 is a major north–south highway with heavy truck and tourist traffic, especially in the summer months, when the road is used as an alternate route between Interstate 495 and the Spaulding Turnpike.

Total crashes: 5

Fatalities: 0
Injuries: 2
Property damage: 3

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#8 Most Dangerous

US Route 4/Mile marker 70.6

Chichester, New Hampshire

New England ranking: #54

U.S. Route 4 runs for 106.8 miles across the central and southern part of the state, stretching from Lebanon on the Connecticut River border with Vermont southeast to Portsmouth on the eastern coast.

Total crashes: 10

Fatalities: 0
Injuries: 2
Property damage: 8

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#7 Most Dangerous

NH Route 16/Mile marker 76.34

Conway, New Hampshire

New England ranking: #53

New Hampshire Route 16 is a 149.75-mile long north–south highway in New Hampshire. Much of its length is close to the border with Maine. NH 16 is the main route from the Seacoast region north to the Lakes Region and the White Mountains.

Total crashes: 12

Fatalities: 0
Injuries: 2
Property damage: 9

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#6 Most Dangerous

NH Route 125/Mile marker 30.585

Barrington, New Hampshire

New England ranking: #52

The stretch of 125 between Epping and East Barrington (the intersection of Route 125 and Route 9) was built on the grade of the Boston and Maine Railroad's Worcester, Nashua and Portland Division, opened by the Nashua and Rochester Railroad in 1876.

Total crashes:  17

Fatalities: 0
Injuries: 3
Property damage: 4

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#5 Most Dangerous

NH Route 108/Mile marker 16.83

Stratham, New Hampshire

New England ranking: #50

NH 108 is notable in being one of two routes (the other being NH 9) to intersect both U.S. Route 4 and NH Route 4 (a rare case of two completely separate routes in one state having the same number).

Total crashes: 16

Fatalities: 0
Injuries: 4
Property damage: 12

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#4 Most Dangerous

NH Route 101/Mile marker 34.8

Milford, New Hampshire

New England ranking: #48

New Hampshire Route 101 is a state-maintained highway in southern New Hampshire extending from Keene to Hampton Beach. It is the major east–west highway in the southern portion of the state.

Total crashes: 16

Fatalities: 0
Injuries: 5
Property damage: 11

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#3 Most Dangerous

NH Route 10/Mile marker 17.29

Keene, New Hampshire

New England ranking: #47

This north–south state highway has its southern terminus at the Massachusetts state line in the town of Winchester. Total length of the highway is 122.25 miles.

Total crashes: 18

Fatalities: 0
Injuries: 6
Property damage: 12

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#2 Most Dangerous

NH Route 101A/Mile marker 11.23

Nashua, New Hampshire

New England ranking: #45

New Hampshire Route 101A (abbreviated NH 101A) is a 13.82-mile long east–west highway in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, connecting Milford and Nashua. 

Total crashes: 29

Fatalities: 0
Injuries: 4
Property damage: 25

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#1 Most Dangerous

NH Route 101A/Mile marker 6.88

Amherst, New Hampshire

New Hampshire Route 101A also runs through Merrimack and Amherst, and very briefly touches Hollis.

New England ranking: #42

Total crashes: 33

Fatalities: 0
Injuries: 7
Property damage: 27

 
 

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