Each year, we award
scholarships to students pursuing a post secondary education in engineering leading to a career in a highway related industry.
Since 1904, the New Hampshire Good Roads Association’s mission has been to encourage the development of a safe, efficient and environmentally sound highway transportation system in New Hampshire. The Association works through its members and other organizations to achieve this goal. Our members come from all parts of the state and region, and include both individuals concerned about the safety of New Hampshire highways, and businesses with direct and indirect involvement in the polices and programs that impact the maintenance and construction of New Hampshire’s roads.
The FALL issue of New Hampshire Highways is now available.
We invite you to read the fall issue of New Hampshire Highways in electronic format. Please visit the Publications tab and click on the magazine cover in the left column. Past issues of New Hampshire Highways are also available.
Please join us for the 2014 FALL SOCIAL
We're having a Fiesta! Grab your sombrero and plan to join us on November 8, 2014 at Mill Falls at the Lake in Meredith for a fun-filled evening including dinner and dancing. Spend the weekend and enjoy all Mill Falls has to offer - great shops, relaxing at the Spa, and the spectacular Sunday brunch at Church Landing. Registration forms are now available. Click on the Events tab above for additional details and to download a registration form.
The 2014 EQUIPMENT SHOW & VIP NIGHT photo album is now available! Please visit the Events tab to view the album.
MAY 20, 2014 - Governor Maggie Hassan signs SB 367 into law, which is expected to raise an additional $33 million annually for investing in New Hampshire's transportation system. Many thanks to all our members who supported this legislation and helped to make this happen.
A new web page on the New Hampshire Department of Transportation website provides detailed information on road and bridge work being made possible by addtional revenue to the state Highway Trust Fund. The web page can be accessed on the NHDOT home page http://www.nh.gov/dot.
The additional work will include over 210 miles of paving and road reconstruction, a doubling of State Aid for local bridge projects, and funding for the completion of the northern segment of capacity improvements for the rebuilding of I-93 between Salem and Manchester.
November 8, 2014 — VIVA La FIESTA! Everyone that attended last year's Fall Social had a terrific time at the Chase House at&n... More >>