Fitch affirms New Hampshire Turnpike System's $405M debt

FY 2013 transactions are down 0.4% to 108.2 million, reflecting a continuation of the relatively flat traffic growth trend since the rate increase in 2009, and continuing into FY 2014. Between FY 2008 and FY 2013, toll transactions on the NH Turnpike declined slightly at a CAGR of -0.89% as a result of toll increases and opening of the Manchester Access Road.


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