New Hampshire Route 106

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New Hampshire Route 106 marker

New Hampshire Route 106
Map of central New Hampshire with NH 106 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by NHDOT
Length: 34.51 mi[1] (55.54 km)
Major junctions
South end: US 3 in Pembroke
  I‑393 / US 4 / US 202 in Concord
US 3 / NH 11 in Laconia
North end: US 3 in Meredith
Highway system

New Hampshire Routes

NH 104 NH 107

New Hampshire Route 106 (abbreviated NH 106) is a 34.51-mile-long (55.54 km) secondary north–south highway in Merrimack and Belknap counties in central New Hampshire, United States. It connects the town of Pembroke with Meredith in the Lakes Region.

The first green LED traffic light in the nation was installed at the junction of NH 106 and Loudon Road on May 17, 1996.[2]

About midway along its route is the New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon.

The southern terminus of NH 106 is at U.S. Route 3 in Pembroke just south of the Concord city line. The highway runs due north through Belmont and Laconia into the Lakes Region. The northern terminus of the highway is at US 3 south of Meredith.

Major junctions[edit]

County Location Mile km Destinations Notes
Merrimack Pembroke 0.0 0.0 US 3 (Pembroke Street) Southern terminus of NH 106
Concord 4.1 6.6 NH 9 (Loudon Road)
4.2 6.8 I‑393 / US 4 / US 202 Exit 3 on I-393
Loudon 8.1 13.0 NH 129
Belknap Belmont 20.1 32.3 NH 140 (Gilmanton Road)
Laconia 25.0 40.2 US 3 / NH 11 (Daniel Webster Highway/Laconia-Gilford Bypass) Partial interchange; no access to US 3 north/NH 11 east from NH 106 south, or from US 3 south/NH 11 west to NH 106 north
25.5 41.0 NH 107 south (South Main Street) Southern end of NH 106/NH 107 concurrency;
To US 3 north / NH 11 east
26.0 41.8 NH 11A / NH 107 north (Court Street/Union Avenue) Northern end of NH 106/NH 107 concurrency;
Unsigned U.S. Route 3 Business
Meredith 34.5 55.5 US 3 (Daniel Webster Highway) Northern terminus of NH 106
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References[edit]

  1. ^ New Hampshire Routes 101-125
  2. ^ Sending a bright signal, Concord Monitor pg B-6, May 18, 1996

External links[edit]