Interstate 393 in New Hampshire

By | October 14, 2022

 

I-393
Get started Concord
End Pembroke
Length 4 mi
Length 7 km
Route
→ Manchester / Littleton1 College Drive

2 East Side Drive

3 Sheep Davis Road

Interstate 393 or I -393 is an Interstate Highway in the U.S. state of New Hampshire. The highway forms the eastern exit road from the capital Concord and is 7 kilometers long and then turns into US 4 towards Portsmouth. The interstate runs from Interstate 93 on the north side of Concord and then runs 2×2 lanes east to US 4.

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Travel directions

I-393 at Concord.

I-393 is an approach road from the capital Concord. The highway begins from US 3 and immediately has a cloverleaf cloverleaf with I-93 followed by a bridge over the Merrimack River. East of Concord, I-393 crosses US 4 toward Portsmouth.

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History

The highway was opened in about 1979, to about a kilometer west of exit 3. Between 1985 and 1988, the highway was extended 2 kilometers further to just before Chichester.

Traffic intensities

Every day 40,000 vehicles cross the bridge over the Merrimack River.

Interstate 393 in New Hampshire