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Guildhall Rd Bridge

Connecticut River Bridge

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The Guildhall Road Bridge over the Connecticut River is a significant crossing in Coos County, New Hampshire. It was originally built in 1984 and underwent reconstruction in 2015. The bridge serves as a vital connection between Vermont and New Hampshire, accommodating an average daily traffic of 994 vehicles as of 2021, with 4% of that being truck traffic. The bridge’s strategic location and robust design have made it an essential part of the region’s transportation infrastructure.

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Guildhall Road
Northumberland, NH 03582