New Hampshire Commuting laws & HR compliance analysis

New Hampshire Commuting: What you need to know

The New Hampshire Department of Transportation's (DOT) NH Rideshare program works with employers to implement a statewide geographical computer program. Go to http://www.nh.gov and select "For Employers."
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Carpools and vanpools. NH Rideshare matches commuters with carpools and vanpools, but does not divulge last names or home addresses. The commuter may participate every day, a few days a week, or a few days per month. For more information on the program, call 800-462-8707 or 603-271-4043, or go to http://www.nh.gov and select "Ride Match Registration."
Public Transit. The NH Rideshare program has comprehensive information on public transit buses and trains, including to Vermont, Maine, and Massachusetts, on its Transit Links Web page athttp://www.nh.gov and select "Transit Services."
Park-and-ride lots. DOT also maintains over 25 free park-and-ride lots for commuters around the state. Go to http://www.nh.gov and select "Park & Ride Lots."
Traffic information. DOT's 511 service offers real-time traffic and travel information via the Internet and Twitter for commuters who use Interstates 89, 93, and 95 and the Everett and Spaulding Turnpikes. For more information, go to http://hb.511nh.com and DOT’s Traffic Management Center website at http://www.nhtmc.com.
Reviewed December 2014

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