Guam Highway 14
|Chalan San Antonio
Pale San Vitores Road
|Maintained by Guam Department of Public Works|
|West end||GH-1 in Tamuning|
|GH-14B in Tamuning|
|East end||GH-1 in Tamuning|
Guam Highway 14 (GH-14) is one of the primary automobile highways in the United States territory of Guam.
GH-14, a diversion route off Guam Highway 1, is the resort road of Guam. It and its suffixed child routes are the means to reach the resorts and beaches of Tumon Bay, Guam's primary resort area. The road begins running north off a four-way junction with GH-1 at the Guam International Trade Center building: the busiest intersection on Guam in terms of traffic density. Known at this point as Chalan San Antionio, the route passes Guam Premier Outlets, one of the bigger shopping centers on the island, as well as various other commercial facilities. After passing GH-30A, GH-14 passes three schools and the remnants of Guam Greyhound Park: a dog racing track which closed in 2008 due to declining revenues (the territorial government outlawed the practice two years later). Eventually, Chalan San Antionio reaches the shrine of Padre Diego Luis de San Vitores and enters a roundabout (a statue of Padre San Vitores stands in the middle of the roundabout). GH-14 continues east along Pale San Vitores Road into lower Tumon and Guam's resort strip. As the route curves to the north along the strip, child routes (see below) provide quick connections back to GH-1. GH-14 finally itself turns east up the hill at the last connector to end at a direct junction with GH-1.
This section contains a table that is missing mileposts for one or more junctions.
The entire route is in Tamuning.
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
Guam Highway 14A (GH-14A), known as Tumon Bay Road, connects GH-14 to GH-1 in Tamuning, approximately halfway along the diversion.
Guam Highway 14B (GH-14B), known as Ypao Road, connects GH-14 to GH-1 in Tamuning, approximately halfway between Chalan San Antionio and GH-14A.
- "P.L. 30-162 SBill No. 406-30 (COR)" (PDF). 2010-07-22.
- Map of Guam U.S.A. (Map). Franko's Maps, Ltd., Guam Visitors Bureau. 2007.
Route map: Google