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Author Topic: Looking for a bicycle friendly city with a good job market.  (Read 1676 times)


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After having a great time at the last Porcfest, I am considering moving to New Hampshire. 

I do not drive and I would like move somewhere I can get around by bicycle and public transit.
Right now I'm looking at Manchester, Concord and Nashua.
Are any of those especially bicycle friendly? 

I will need to find an entree level job, possibly in retail.

Thank you for the help


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Re: Looking for a bicycle friendly city with a good job market.
« Reply #1 on: August 01, 2017, 09:53:30 am »

You might want to consider Lebanon as well. Free bus on weekdays (not weekends or evenings after 7 PM!) and lots of bike-friendly roads. There's a bike shop downtown, and there's also a rail trail that goes all the way to the Concord area. Rents are not too bad; Lebanon actually builds some housing unlike its neighbor to the north (Hanover). Finally, West Lebanon always has loads of retail jobs.
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