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About the Study
The New Hampshire Department of Transportation (NHDOT) is beginning a new study to improve the safety and mobility of all users for a select area of Ocean Boulevard (NH 1A) in Hampton. This will build upon the 2018 Transportation Update of the Town’s Hampton Beach Area Master Plan. The study area includes a 3.3-mile section of NH 1A between the southern New Hampshire State Park entrance on the south to High Street (Route 27) on the north.  Portions of Ashworth Avenue, Winnacunnet Road (Route 101E), High Street, and short segments of local side streets are also included in the study area.

Please help us finds ways to improve the safety and operations of all users (drivers, bicyclists, and pedestrians) in the corridor by answering the following questions.  We also have an online interactive map that you can visit at

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* 1. As you may know, the Town of Hampton, in coordination with the NHDOT, has reconfigured the traffic flow for vehicles on Ocean Boulevard and Ashworth Avenue in response to societal needs during the COVID-19 pandemic.  This change, at this time, is expected to only last through the summer of 2020.  Are you familiar with these recent traffic changes, or have you been in the corridor in the past three months?