The intersection of Interstates 93 and 89 is located in the Town of Bow. Most of the business areas in Town have immediate interstate highway access, with the NH Route 3A industrial area about five minutes south of the Interstates 93 and 89 intersection.
Interstate Highways 93 and 89 intersect in Bow providing optimum access to Northern and Southern New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Vermont. I-93 and I-89 provide easy access to U.S. 4 and NH 101 to the coasts of New Hampshire and Maine. NH 9 provides access to southern Vermont and on to Albany, New York. Bow also has an active rail line.
Bow is ten minutes from the State Capitol and the headquarters of all state agencies.
Bow is fifteen minutes from Manchester, the largest city in New Hampshire.
Running North and South, Interstate 93 carries products and commuters to Boston to the south and to the state capitol of Concord, NH, to the North and beyond. Interstate 93 provides extraordinarily easy access to market places in Massachusetts and the Boston area, as well as cities to the north. Immediate access to I-93 opens land based shipping to all points in New Hampshire, New England, and the USA.