New Hampshire plants shrubs, trees on Route 111

05/11/2009 | Eagle-Tribune (North Andover, Mass.), The

New Hampshire landscapers have started planting shrubs and trees on more than one mile of Route 111. The $151,500 project is designed to make drivers ease off the gas pedal, according to the state Department of Transportation. Rose, beach plum and bayberry shrubs will be planted on the median for visual interest, while maple, oak and linden trees will be planted on the sides of the road.

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