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The New Hampshire Department of Transportation (NHDOT) has recently begun a project to study multi-modal improvements to NH Route 120 from Hanover Street to Etna Road in Lebanon, NH. This project seeks to address traffic and safety needs for all travel modes along the approximately 1.1 mile long corridor of NH Route 120, including the I-89 Exit 18 interchange and segments of the adjacent local road network.

Please help us finds ways to improve the safety and operations of all users (drivers, bicyclists, and pedestrians) in the corridor by adding to our interactive map!


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  • Zoom & Pan: Zoom and pan around the map to see more detail.
  • Input Categories: Choose all the category tags that match that loction.
  • Like / Dislike: Use "like" or "dislike" buttons for pins you agree or disagree with.
  • Legend: Use the legend to toggle layers. Collapse the legend to see more map.
  • Search: Search for an address or place to zoom to that area.
  • Filtering: Filter pins by barriers or opportunities to see hotspots.
  • Tutorial: View the intro video tutorial
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Driving on Route 120 Local roads / connections to Route 120 Truck Traffic Walking, Crossing, and Bicycling Environmental Concerns Other Show All
  • Driving on
    Route 120
  • Local roads
    / connections to Route 120
  • Truck
    Traffic
  • Walking, Crossing,
    and Bicycling
  • Environmental
    Concerns
  • Other

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  1. Welcome

    This tutorial will walk you through all the functions of this page.

  2. Tip Area

    If you get stuck or need to know what to do next check the box. It provides steps and tips to complete an action.

  3. Mark barriers or opportunities on the Map

    Mark ares where there are barriers or opportunities relevant to the study area. Click here and then on the map to place a pin and leave a comment.

  4. Filter Pins

    Filter areas marked by other users by category.

  5. Search

    Search for an address of place to zoom and pan on the map.

  6. Help Tutorial

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  7. About

    Learn more about this project and mapping tool. Find tips, links and contact information here.

  8. Legend

    Toggle layers on the map to see what the mean. Minimize the legend to view more of the map.

  9. The Map

    The is the map. Just like Google Maps, you can zoom and pan around the map.


  10. Done!

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