Equipped with a total of 15,210 miles of public roads, the state of New Hampshire has 2,938 miles of urban roadways and 12,272 miles of rural roads, according to a 2000 survey. Buses and motorcycles are the common mode of road transportation in New Hampshire. With 1,733 buses and 48,651 motorcycles, New Hampshire boasts of a well-developed transportation infrastructure. The New Hampshire State Map provides a vivid illustration of the road network spread across the entire region.
The New Hampshire Road Map details the following cities and towns: Brattleboro, Colebrook, Glen, Nashua, Newport, Plymouth, Woodsville, and others, including the capital city of Concord.
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