List of highways in Guam

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Highways in Guam
Guam Highway 8 marker
Guam Highway 8 highway marker
System information
Maintained by Guam DPW
Formed: c. 1950[1]
Highway names
Territorial: Guam Highway nn (GH-nn)
System links
Guam Highways

Highways in Guam are maintained by the Department of Public Works of the United States territory of Guam.


Number Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Formed Removed Notes
GH-1 21.04[2] 33.86 GH-2A in Santa Rita GH-9 in Yigo c. 1941[1] current
GH-2 Umatac Santa Rita
GH-2A Santa Rita Santa Rita
GH-3 Dededo Dededo
GH-3A Dededo Yigo
GH-4 Umatac Hagåtña
GH-4A Talofofo Talofofo
GH-5 Agat Santa Rita
GH-6 Piti Asan
GH-7 Asan Hagåtña
GH-8 Hagåtña Barrigada
GH-9 Dededo Yigo
GH-10 Chalan-Pago-Ordot Barrigada
GH-10A Tamuning Barrigada
GH-11 Piti Piti
GH-12 Agat Santa Rita
GH-14 Tamuning Tamuning
GH-14A Tamuning Tamuning
GH-14B Tamuning Tamuning
GH-15 Chalan-Pago-Ordot Yigo
GH-16 Barrigada Dededo
GH-17 Santa Rita Yona
GH-18 Piti Piti
GH-26 Mangilao Dededo
GH-27 Dededo Dededo
GH-27A Dededo Dededo
GH-28 Dededo Dededo
GH-29 Yigo Yigo
GH-30 Tamuning Tamuning
GH-30A Tamuning Tamuning
GH-32 Mangilao Mangilao
GH-33 Hagåtña Mongmong-Toto-Maite
GH-34 Dededo Dededo

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b Staff (May 3, 2004). "Part 2a: History". Cultural Landscapes Inventory: Asan and Agat Invasion Beaches, War in the Pacific National Historical Park. National Park Service. Retrieved February 19, 2008. 
  2. ^ Staff (January 1, 2006). "2006 Second Edition TIGER/Line File". U.S. Census Bureau. Retrieved February 19, 2008. 

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