List of North Dakota numbered highways

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North Dakota highway markers
Map of North Dakota highway system
Highway names
Interstates: Interstate X (I-X)
US Routes: U.S. Route X (US X)
State: N.D. Highway X (ND X)
Highway 21 in Slope County
Highway 200/US 85 west of Watford City

The following is a list of North Dakota numbered highways. North Dakota is a state located in the Midwestern region of the United States, along the Canada–US border. The state is bordered by Manitoba and Saskatchewan to the north, Minnesota to the east, South Dakota to the south, and Montana to the west. The major Interstate Highways are Interstate 29 and Interstate 94, which meet in Fargo. I-29 is oriented north to south along the eastern edge of the state, and I-94 bisects the state from east to west between Minnesota and Montana.

Interstate Highways[edit]

Number Length (mi)[1] Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Formed Removed Notes
I-29 217.517 350.060 I-29 at South Dakota state line PTH 75 at Canada–US border near Pembina 1958 current
I-31 Fargo PTH 75 at Canada–US border near Pembina 1957 1958 Replaced by I-29
I-94 352.454 567.220 I-94 at Montana state line I-94 / US 52 at Minnesota state line 1958 current
I-194 1.072 1.725 I-94 in Mandan ND 810 in Bismarck 1958 current Part of the Bismarck Expressway; I-194 is unsigned
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U.S. Highways[edit]

Number Length (mi)[1] Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Formed Removed Notes
US 2 358.090 576.290 US 2 near Williston US 2 in Grand Forks 1926[2] current
US 10 8.043 12.944 I-94 / I-94 Bus. / US 52 at West Fargo US 10 in Moorhead c. 1938 current
US 12 87.470 140.769 US 12 near Haynes US 12 near Haynes 1926 current
US 52 362.031 582.632 Hwy 39 near Portal US 52 near Fargo 1935 current
US 59 Pembina Minnesota border east of Pembina 1935 c. 1955 Realigned 1950-1955 to run via Lancaster, Minnesota. Now replaced by ND 59
US 81 242.460 390.202 US 81 south of Hankinson PTH 75 at Pembina 1926 current
US 83 265.980 428.053 US 83 south of Hague PTH 83 north of Westhope 1926 current
US 85 255.063 410.484 US 85 south of Hague Hwy 35 north of Fortuna 1926 current Part of the CanAm Highway
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State Highways[edit]

Old design
New design
Comparison of the previous and new versions of the North Dakota highway route maker

North Dakota highway signage previously had an N and a D in the top corners and a Native American profile, based on Lakota policeman Marcellus Red Tomahawk,[3][4] but a new sign design debuted in 2016 with "North Dakota" on a black background, the state in outline, and the highway number within the state outline, after a decision in 2015 by the North Dakota Department of Transportation to change the marker.[5]

Number Length (mi)[1] Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Formed Removed Notes
ND 1 230.443 370.862 SD-37 near Ludden PTH 31 in Maida c. 1939 current
ND 3 247.530 398.361 SD 45 US 281 / PTH 10 north of Dunseith c. 1939 current
ND 4 10.283 16.549 US 281 / ND 5 in Armourdale PTH 5 at the Canada–US border 1997 current
ND 5 335.813 540.439 MT 5 near Fortuna MN 175 near Joliette c. 1939 current
ND 6 67.413 108.491 SD 63 near Maple Leaf, S.D. I-94 Bus. in Mandan c. 1939 current
ND 7 MT 200 near Fairview, Mont. MN 200 near Halstad, Minn. 1939 1970 Replaced by ND 200 in 1970
ND 8 211.321 340.088 SD 75 near Hettinger Hwy 9 in Northgate 1939 current
ND 9 53.597 86.256 US 52 / US 281 in Melville ND 1 in Rogers 1935 current
ND 10 14.552 23.419 US 52 / I-94 southwest of Casselton US 10 near West Fargo Unsigned
ND 11 182.459 293.639 US 83 west of Hague MN 55 near Fairmount 1939 current
ND 13 205.533 330.773 ND 1804 near Linton ND 210 in Wahpeton 1939 current Originally ended at US 83 at Linton. The westward extension opened in 1980.
ND 14 175.003 281.640 I-94 in Sterling PTH 21 north of Carbury 1939 current
ND 15 134.137 215.873 US 52 in Fessenden I-29 / US 81 near Thompson 1939 current
ND 16 77.915 125.392 ND 68 north of Trotters Golva 1939 current
ND 17 140.372 225.907 ND 3 near Barton MN 317 at the Minnesota border 1939 current
ND 18 242.147 389.698 SD 25 south of Lidgerwood PTH 30 north of Neche 1939 current
ND 19 68.988 111.025 CR 19 / CR 11 at the McHenryPierce county line ND 20 in Devils Lake 1939 current
ND 20 170.550 274.474 US 52 / US 281 in Jamestown PTH 34 near Sarles 1939 current
ND 21 122.384 196.958 US 85 in Slope County ND 6 north of Breien c. 1939 current
ND 22 156.051 251.140 SD 79 near Reeder ND 23 near New Town 1939 current
ND 23 122.028 196.385 US 85 / ND 200 in Watford City ND 41 near Velva 1939 current
ND 24 45.046 72.495 ND 6 east of Selfridge ND 6 in Breien 1939 current
ND 25 34.758 55.938 I-94 / I-94 Bus west of Mandan ND 31 in Hannover 1939 current
ND 26 21.464 34.543 ND 1 in Dazey ND 32 near Pillsbury c. 1939 current
ND 27 44.973 72.377 ND 1 north of Verona ND 18 north of Wyndmere c. 1930 current
ND 28 67.002 107.829 ND 37 near Roseglen
US 2 at Berthold
ND 23 north of Ryder
Hwy 8 near Sherwood
c. 1940 current
ND 29 150 241 ND 60 west of Overly MN 11 at Drayton 1963 Replaced by ND 66 in 1963, to avoid confusion with nearby I-29
ND 30 131.427 211.511 ND 13 in Lehr
US 52 / ND 200 near Sykeston
ND 66 near Mylo
I-94 near Medina
US 2 near York
PTH 18 near St. John
ND 31 69.195 111.359 SD 65 near McIntosh, S.D.
I-94 north of New Salem
ND 21 near Flasher
Stanton
1939 current
ND 32 236.674 380.890 SD 27 near Havana PTH 32 north of Walhalla 1939 current
ND 33 150 241 Gilby US 81 at Manvel 1939 c. 1965 Replaced by Grand Forks CR 33
ND 34 56.932 91.623 US 83 at Hazelton ND 56 south of Gackle 1939 current
ND 35 27.264 43.877 US 2 at of Michigan ND 17 near Adams 1939 current
ND 36 90.344 145.395 US 83 at Wilton US 52 / US 281 near Pingree 1939 current
ND 37 61.920 99.651 ND 23 west of Parshall US 83 east of Garrison 1939 current
ND 38 36.332 58.471 I-94 / US 52 south of Buffalo ND 32 at Hope 1939 current
ND 39 16.3 26.2 Canada–US border north of Antler US 83 east of Mohall 1939 c. 1973 Replaced by ND 256 by 1975
ND 40 63.450 102.113 US 2 near Tioga Hwy 47 north of Noonan c. 1939 current
ND 41 86.222 138.761 US 83 at Wilton US 2 north of Norwich c. 1939 current
ND 42 37.441 60.255 ND 50 near Corinth Hwy 350 north of Ambrose 1939 current
ND 43 23.304 37.504 ND 14 north of Carbury US 281 / ND 3 near the International Peace Garden 1939 current
ND 44 3.449 5.551 ND 66 at Drayton I-29 south of Drayton 1939 current Unpaved until 1950s
ND 45 18.048 29.045 ND 200 at Cooperstown ND 32 west of Sharon c. 1939 current
ND 46 120.823 194.446 ND 30 near Streeter I-29 near Oxbow c. 1939 current
ND 47 16.3 26.2 Burnstad ND 30 east of Burnstad c. 1939 1955
ND 48 12.167 19.581 ND 25 near Center
ND 200 east of Riverdale
ND ALT 200 west of Fort Clark
US 83 at Coleharbor
c. 1975 current Segment 2 follows the Lewis and Clark Trail
ND 49 104.407 168.027 SD 73 at Thunder Hawk, S.D. ND 200 near Beulah c. 1939 current
ND 50 100.245 161.329 MT 258 west of Grenora US 52 near Coulee c. 1939 current
ND 53 45.037 72.480 US 83 at Max US 52 near Balfour c. 1957 current
ND 54 2.263 3.642 I-29 west of Oslo, Minn. MN 1 at Oslo, Minn. 1939 current
ND 55 30 48 Walhalla ND 30 east of Burnstad c. 1939 1950 Replaced by Pembina CR 33
ND 56 50.203 80.794 ND 11 east of Ashley ND 46 at Gackle c. 1939 current
ND 57 13.277 21.367 US 281 west of Fort Totten ND 20 near Camp Grafton c. 1939 current
ND 58 9.800 15.772 ND 200 near Fairview, Mont. ND 1804 near Buford c. 1939 current
ND 59 1.063 1.711 I-29 in Pembina Minnesota border east of Pembina c. 1953 current
ND 60 29.878 48.084 ND 3 / ND 17 east of Barton ND 5 east of Bottineau c. 1939 current
ND 61 MT 23 east of Sidney, Mont. ND 16 c. 1939 c. 1963 Became part of ND 68
ND 62 19 31 US 10 / US 52 at Spiritwood ND 9 west of Wimbledon c. 1939 c. 1963 CR 62
ND 63 50 80 Ypsilanti ND 13 south of Grand Rapids c. 1939 1950 Replaced by Stutsman / LaMoure CR 63
ND 65 9.383 15.100 ND 45 north of Cooperstown ND 1 at Binford c. 1939 current
ND 66 138.720 223.248 ND 3 south of Dunseith MN 11 at Drayton c. 1939 current
ND 67 27.466 44.202 US 12 at Scranton ND 21 west of New England
ND 68 28.124 45.261 MT 23 near Sidney, Mont. US 85 south of Alexander
ND 69 10 16 US 281 / ND 5 east of Rolla Canada–US border north of Hansboro c. 1969 1997 Replaced by ND 4 due to sign thefts.
ND 73 11.332 18.237 ND 23 east of Watford City ND 22 north of Mandaree c. 1975 current
ND 89 1.960 3.154 Lignite ND 5 north of Lignite
ND 91 1.262 2.031 US 81 at St. Thomas US 81 at St. Thomas
ND 97 2.539 4.086 ND 41 south of Velva US 52 southeast of Velva
ND 127 22.695 36.524 SD 127 south of Fairmount ND 13 at Wahpeton c. 1979 current
ND 200 415.778 669.130 MT 200 near Fairview, Mont. MN 200 near Halstad, Minn. 1970 current Part of a chain of state highways numbered 200 that stretches from Minnesota to Idaho
ND 210 2.937 4.727 ND 13 at Wahpeton MN 210 at Breckenridge, Minn.
ND 256 16.406 26.403 US 83 / ND 5 at Renville PTH 256 at the Canada–US border c. 1970 current
ND 294 2.158 3.473 Hector International Airport I-29 in Fargo
ND 297 3.060 4.925 I-29 in Grand Forks US 2 Bus. in East Grand Forks, Minn.
ND 810 5.741 9.239 I-194 in Mandan I-94 Bus. in Bismarck Part of the Bismarck Expressway
ND 1804 342.805 551.691 SD 1804 near Pollock, S.D. S-327 at Fort Union Trading Post Part of the Lewis and Clark Trail; designated to reflect the years of the expedition
ND 1806 130.750 210.422 ND 24 near Cannon Ball
ND 200 at Lake Sakakawea State Park
ND 23 south of Charlson
CR 2 near Tobacco Garden Bay
OliverMorton county line north of Mandan
ND 8 south of Twin Buttes
CR 2 near Charlson
ND 23 at Watford City
Part of the Lewis and Clark Trail; designated to reflect the years of the expedition
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See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c North Dakota Department of Transportation (2015). Route and Mileage Map (PDF) (Map). Bismarck: North Dakota Department of Transportation. Retrieved August 14, 2016. 
  2. ^ "U.S. 2: Houlton, Maine, to Everett, Washington — General Highway History". U.S. Federal Highway Administration. Retrieved 7 September 2014. 
  3. ^ Eriksmoen, Curt (25 October 2009). "The Man Behind the Highway Patrol Logo". The Bismarck Tribune. Retrieved 17 July 2016. 
  4. ^ "Red Tomahawk". Native American Encyclopedia. Retrieved 20 August 2014. 
  5. ^ Baumgarten, April (16 July 2016). "Red Tomahawk Image Disappearing from North Dakota Highway Signs". The Dickinson Press. Retrieved 17 July 2016. 

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