Montana Highway 16
|Maintained by MDT|
|Length:||152.371 mi (245.217 km)|
|South end:||I‑94 Bus. (Towne Street) in West Glendive|
| I‑94 in West Glendive
US 2 in Culbertson
|North end:||Hwy 6 in Regway, Saskatchewan|
|Counties:||Dawson, Richland, Roosevelt, Sheridan|
Montana Highway 16 (MT 16) is a 152-mile-long (245 km) state highway in the US state of Montana. It begins in West Glendive at a Business Loop of Interstate 94 (I-94), and ends at the Port of Raymond on the Saskatchewan border. The northern portion from U.S. Route 2 (US 2) at Culbertson to the Canada–US border is proposed as part of the Theodore Roosevelt Expressway.
MT 16 begins in West Glendive, across the Yellowstone River from Glendive, at an intersection with a business loop of Interstate 94. It proceeds north, crossing under I-94 before turning northeast to follow the left bank of the Yellowstone River and the Yellowstone Valley Railroad. After crossing from Dawson into Richland counties and passing through Knife River and Crane, the road meets MT 23 and MT 200 south of Sidney. With MT 200, the road continues into Sidney, then MT 16 leaves westwards on the northern outskirts of town and swings northwest, heading away from the North Dakota state line.
Leaving the Yellowstone Valley, MT 16 heads cross-country towards Culbertson, crossing the Missouri River a few miles south of town and entering Roosevelt County there. In Culbertson itself, the road meets US 2, then leaves north, passing Froid's western outskirts and then crossing into Sheridan County. Soon, it passes through the Medicine Lake National Wildlife Refuge, nearby Medicine Lake, and then swings around in an arc to a junction with MT 5, just southeast of Plentywood. The two highways share pavement through town, before MT 16 leaves northwards. It then has a clear run to the Canada–US border, continuing on as Saskatchewan Highway 6, connecting to Regina and beyond to Saskatoon.
||This section contains a table that is missing mileposts for one or more junctions.|
|Dawson||West Glendive||0.00||0.00||I‑94 Bus. – Glendive City Center, Circle||Southern terminus|
|0.596||0.959||I‑94 – Billings, Bismarck, Airport||I-94 exit 213|
|||S-254 north – Bloomfield, Richey|
|Richland||||49.614||79.846||MT 23 east / MT 200 west – Circle||south end of MT 200 overlap|
|Sidney||52.182||83.979||MT 200 east – Fairview||north end of MT 200 overlap|
|||S-201 – Fairview|
|Roosevelt||Culbertson||89.464||143.978||US 2 west – Wolf Point||west end of US 2 overlap|
|90.144||145.073||US 2 east – Williston||east end of US 2 overlap|
|||McCabe||former S-496 east|
|Froid||S-405 east – Froid|
|Sheridan||||S-350 west – Homestead|
|Medicine Lake||S-573 east|
|||CR 258 – Reserve, Dagmar||former S-258|
|||S-517 east – Coalridge|
|||135.605||218.235||MT 5 east – Westby||south end of MT 5 overlap|
|Plentywood||137.632||221.497||MT 5 west – Scobey||north end of MT 5 overlap|
|||152.371||245.217||Hwy 6 north – Regina||Northern terminus at Raymond–Regway Border Crossing|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
- Transportation Planning Division, Data and Statistics Bureau, Road Inventory and Mapping Section (2011). "Montana Road Log" (PDF). Montana Department of Transportation. pp. 4, 39,66–67,68–69,75,89–90. Retrieved August 3, 2012.
- Office of Planning, Environment, & Realty (HEP) (18 June 2012). "Statutory Listing of Corridor Descriptions - High Priority Corridors - National Highway System - Planning - FHWA". U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration. Retrieved 3 August 2012.
- Google (3 August 2012). "Overview of Montana Highway 16" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 3 August 2012.