The Portsmouth Traffic Circle is a four-point rotary in the city of Portsmouth, New Hampshire. The southern exit of the circle provides access to Interstate 95 north and south. The eastern and northern exits are part of the U.S. Route 1 Bypass, and the western exit marks the eastern end of U.S. Route 4, as well as the southern terminus of NH Route 16 and the Spaulding Turnpike. It is commonly known as the “gateway to Maine, the White Mountains and Lake Regions of New Hampshire”.

The city of Portsmouth itself is a popular tourist location offering beauty, history, shopping and cultural and popular entertainment. It has a population of approximately 21,000 people and is at the hub of a metropolitan region that includes the cities of Rochester and Dover, N.H., and many towns including Exeter, Hampton, Greenland, Stratham, Newington, and Rye, N.H.; Kittery, Eliot, South Berwick and York, Maine.

In 2008, the National Trust for Historic Preservation added Portsmouth to its list of America's Dozen Distinctive Destinations, calling the city "one of the most culturally rich destinations in the country...with a stimulating mix of historic buildings, sidewalk cafes, great restaurants, art galleries, jazz clubs and distinctive artisans' boutiques." In 2009, Forbes Traveler listed Portsmouth as one of America's Prettiest Towns.

The city offers museums, award winning restaurants, hotels, shopping. Pease International Airport is close by serving the Portsmouth area, as well as many corporations. Rye Beach, Hampton Beach, New Castle, NH, as well as many great golf locations are minutes away.

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The History of the Portsmouth Traffic Circle

Some of the many companies advertising their services.

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Interstate 95 approach to the Circle

Route 1 Approach to the circle at night

Like the Circle at night our billboards are fully illuminated

Approaching our Advertising Location