New Hampshire Route 114
|Maintained by NHDOT|
|Length:||60.39 mi (97.19 km)|
|South end:||NH 101 in Bedford|
|North end:||NH 10 in Grantham|
New Hampshire Route 114 (abbreviated NH 114) is a 60.39-mile-long (97.19 km) secondary north–south highway in central New Hampshire. The highway runs between Bedford in Hillsborough County and Grantham in Sullivan County.
The southern terminus of NH 114 is at New Hampshire Route 101 in Bedford. The northern terminus is at New Hampshire Route 10 in Grantham. The highway maintains a northwest-southeast alignment from Bedford northward.
|Hillsborough||Bedford||0.0||0.0||NH 101||Southern terminus of NH 114|
|Goffstown||3.6||5.8||NH 114A east (Mast Road)||Western terminus of NH 114A|
|7.4||11.9||NH 13 south (Pleasant Street)||Southern end of NH 13/114 concurrency|
|7.7||12.4||NH 13 north (High Street)||Northern end of NH 13/114 concurrency|
|Weare||14.5||23.3||NH 77 south (Dustin Tavern Road)||Southern end of NH 77/114 concurrency
To NH 149
|19.0||30.6||NH 77 north (Concord Stage Road)||Northern end of NH 77/114 concurrency|
|Merrimack||Henniker||26.3||42.3||US 202 (Franklin Pierce Highway) / NH 9||Interchange|
|Sutton||42.9||69.0||North Road||To I-89 Exit 10|
|New London||45.9||73.9||NH 11 (King Hill Road)||To I-89 Exit 11|
|48.1||77.4||Main Street west||To I-89 Exit 12|
|Sullivan||Springfield||52.2||84.0||Georges Mills Road||To I-89 Exit 12A|
|54.0||86.9||Bowman Road||To NH 4A|
|Grantham||60.4||97.2||NH 10||Northern terminus of NH 114
To I-89 Exit 13
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
|Length:||3.69 mi (5.94 km)|
New Hampshire Route 114A (abbreviated NH 114A) is a 3.69-mile-long (5.94 km) east–west highway in Hillsborough County in southeast New Hampshire. The highway connects Goffstown with downtown Manchester.
The eastern terminus of NH 114A is at U.S. Route 3 and New Hampshire Route 3A in Manchester on the west side of the Merrimack River. The western terminus is at the junction with New Hampshire Route 114 in Goffstown. The route maintains a northwest-southeast routing for its entire length.
|This New Hampshire road-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|