Commuters

The Exchange
9:00 am
Wed September 17, 2014

Commuting To Boston: The Daily Exodus Out Of N.H.

Credit Bricky Cement / Flickr/CC

More than eighty-thousand Granite Staters travel to the Bay State for work, a fact that’s been cited as both an economic boon and drawback for New Hampshire. While both views could be valid, there are other impacts too: work-life balance and community involvement can take a hit when people spend a long time commuting.

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Newscast
7:54 am
Mon January 6, 2014

Icy Roads Lead To Accidents, Road Closures

Some areas of New Hampshire are dealing with icy road conditions, as freezing rain continues through the morning.

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NH News
12:31 pm
Tue November 26, 2013

A Nice Place To Live, But Wouldn't Want To Work Here

New Hampshire is a small state with a small job market, leading some 80,000 Granite Staters to commute to work south of the border.

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Business and Economy
3:17 pm
Thu March 28, 2013

Granite Staters Commute Longer Than Most, Paying Quarter Billion In Income Taxes To Massachusetts

Most common commutes to Boston from New Hampshire towns. Data from Census Bureau's American Community Survey.
Sara Plourde

At 6:15 every morning, Christine Suchecki leaves her house in Windham, NH, and spends the next hour and twenty minutes driving almost 40 miles to her job as a nurse in Boston. Her husband drives in a similar direction, to Waltham, MA. “We just look at it as either you’re going to pay financially in your proximity to the city, or with time in your commute,” Suchecki says.

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