No, this is completely false. And was not "discussed earlier" as such. NHDOT's Service Development Plan is the very first Google hit for New Hampshire Commuter Rail, has reference schedules for all of the build options, and specs no more than 55 minutes to Boston from Nashua, and 1:36 Concord-Boston on the express runs. How many CR trips people regularly make that already run way longer than that? Every goddamn day if you come from Worcester, for one.This was talked about earlier... even Nashua is too far for any real practical use. The commute would simply be too long. Remember that you pretty much have to get on the T after getting to North Station.
Please do not pass your own from-the-hip hottakes as affirmed doors-shut facts. It took 5 seconds on Google to correct this misinformation; it could've taken equally short time to prevent the misinfo from being spread in the first place. The affirmed facts directly contradict you here...and that has not been the first time that has had to be pointed out on this particular subject. If the studies have shown buff ridership for those, obviously the rider psychology is not behaving exactly as the hottake assumes it is.