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Old 07-28-2016, 02:37 PM   #8
MikeF-NH
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I commute up rt 3 north past Nashua up to Manchester and traffic is not a huge issue other than a slight backup at Exit 11.

Once you get through the tolls, take the first exit to get onto 101/293 East and connect to 93 North. Follow to exit for Rt 28 North (thought its much better to take the next exit after crossing the merrimac river and take a right off the exit - there are two turns to make for this second route...use google maps to figure it out). This will take you through Hooksett, Allenstown, Epsom, Pittsfield to the Alton Circle. From there you can take Rt 11 for east side or stay on 28 for west side of the lake. I don't see any serious backups for that route. It gets you off the highway before the Hooksett tolls and any backups in Concord.

Unless by 111 near Nashua...you are 10 or more miles west of Nashua...I can't see where heading up Rt 13 or taking the very long loop out to Jaffrey area is a good choice.
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