Guam Highway 7

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Guam Highway 7 marker

Guam Highway 7
Route information
Maintained by Guam Department of Public Works
Major junctions
West end: GH-6 in Asan
East end: West O'Brien Drive (to GU-4) in Hagåtña
Highway system

Guam Highways

GH-6 GH-8

Guam Highway 7 (GH-7) is one of the primary automobile highways in the United States territory of Guam.

Route description[edit]

The route provides access to two primary locations: US Naval Hospital, Guam, on the north side of the road, and the community of Agana Heights, on the south side. It runs from a Y-junction with GH-6 near that highway's junction with GH-1 eastward toward Tatuhan Park, a unique hilled and triangle-shaped traffic junction just within Hagåtña. At Tatuhan Park, GH-7 comes down the hill to end at West O'Brien Drive, an unnumbered road that runs roughly south of and roughly parallel to GH-1 and continues eastward to GH-4 and eventually GH-8.[1]

In addition to the Naval Hospital, GH-7 also provides access to Guam's Governor's House, the island's Office of Homeland Security and Civil Defense, and the historic Fort Santa Agueda.

Major intersections[edit]

Location Mile km Destinations Notes
Asan GH-6
Hagåtña West O'Brien Drive Connects to GU-4
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References[edit]

  1. ^ Franko's Maps, Ltd., Guam Visitors Bureau (2007). Map of Guam U.S.A. (Map).

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