For generations, Nashua’s natural advantage is favorable proximity and centrality of geographic location within the New England Region. With the successful completion in the late 1990’s of the widening of US Interstate RT. 3 into metro-Boston and the F.E. Everett Turnpike through Nashua, commercial and industrial transportation has become highly efficient, smooth, and predictable.
Established in the 1930’s, the Nashua Municipal Airport (Boire Field) has steadily grown in positive reputation, service, and commercial activity. Access to the airport via the F.E. Everett Turnpike is excellent, and in fact, The Nashua Municipal Airport is recognized as one of New England’s busiest municipal airports.
New Hampshire’s first railroad was the Nashua & Lowell Railroad Co. chartered in 1836; by the 1870’s six major railroad lines intersected at Nashua. Although passenger rail service terminated in southern by the 1960’s, the great freight line, operated today by PanAm Railroad, running along the majestic Merrimack River continues to provide service to this day.
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