Guam Highway 16

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Guam Highway 16 marker

Guam Highway 16
Army Drive
Route information
Maintained by Guam Department of Public Works
Major junctions
South end GH-8 in Barrigada
  GH-10A / GH-25 in BarrigadaDededo

GH-27 in Dededo

GH-27A in Dededo
North end GH-1 in Tamuning/Dededo
Highway system
Guam Highways
GH-15GH-17

Guam Highway 16 (GH-16), also named Army Drive, is one of the primary automobile highways in the United States territory of Guam .

Route description[edit]

GH-16 serves as one of the chief routes of the island's central plateau, splitting off from GH-8 in Barrigada and turning northeast, skirting around the eastern reaches of Tiyan (formerly Naval Air Station Guam) and the neighboring Antonio B. Won Pat International Airport, eventually reaching an interchange. This single-point urban interchange is with two routes: GH-10A (which heads west back towards the airport's terminals) and GH-25, which heads east towards Dededo. From the interchange, GH-16 hugs the edge of the plateau, overlooking the Harmon Industrial Park, before turning north-northeast, descending, and forming the border between the communities of Tamuning (on the west) and Dededo (on the east). GH-16 intersects GH-27 and GH-27A before reaching Micronesia Mall and ending at a T-intersection with GH-1, alongside the mall and still on the Tamuning/Dededo border.[1]

Major intersections[edit]

LocationmikmDestinationsNotes
Barrigada GH-8Southern terminus
GH-10A
GH-25
Guam's sole interchange
Dededo GH-27
GH-27A
TamuningDededo village line GH-1Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References[edit]

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

Route map:

KML is from Wikidata