New Hampshire Route 236
|Maintained by NHDOT|
|Length:||2.07 mi (3.33 km)|
|West end:||NH Route 108 in Somersworth|
|NH Route 9 in Somersworth|
|East end:||State Route 9 in Berwick, ME|
New Hampshire Route 236 is a 2.07-mile (3.33 km) long east–west road in the city of Somersworth, New Hampshire. Its western terminus is at an intersection with New Hampshire Route 108 west of downtown. Its eastern terminus is at the Maine state line in Somersworth. Routes 9 and 236 cross the border, where Route 236 ends and Route 9 becomes Maine State Route 9. Maine has its own Route 236 which begins just over the border. Although the two highways share a number, they do not directly connect to one another.
Route 236 begins at Route 108 and travels east to downtown Somersworth as West High Street. In the center of town, Route 236 turns to the north and intersects Route 9. Route 236 joins Route 9, and the two routes continues north of Somersworth and cross the state line into Berwick, Maine. NH Route 236 ends, but its continuation, Maine State Route 236, begins less than 1/4 mile past the state line, splitting from State Route 9. No concurrency is signed on the Maine side, rather there is a gap in 236 between the state line and the northern terminus of Maine State Route 236.
NH Route 236 runs through the town of Somersworth, and is known as West High Street.
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The entire route is in Strafford County.
|Somersworth||0.00||0.00||NH Route 108||Western terminus of NH Route 236.|
|NH Route 9||Southern terminus of NH Route 9/236 concurrency.|
|2.07||3.33||State Route 9||Eastern terminus of NH Route 236; northern terminus of NH Route 9/236 concurrency.
To State Route 236.
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi