New Hampshire Route 116
Map of northwestern New Hampshire with NH 116 highlighted in red
|Maintained by NHDOT|
|Length:||48.605 mi (78.222 km)|
|West end:||NH 10 in North Haverhill|
|East end:||US 2 in Jefferson|
New Hampshire Route 116 (abbreviated NH 116) is a 48.605-mile-long (78.222 km) east–west highway in northern New Hampshire, United States. NH 116 is a scenic rural highway stretching from Haverhill, which lies along the Connecticut River, to Jefferson, in the White Mountains Region.
The eastern terminus of NH 116 is at U.S. Route 2 (the Presidential Highway) in Jefferson. The highway winds southwest through the towns of Whitefield and Bethlehem to Littleton, then turns south, concurrent with NH 18, to the village of Franconia. The road then runs southwest through Easton to NH 112, then turns west to reach its western terminus. Major intersections include Interstate 93 and U.S. Route 3. The western terminus is in North Haverhill at the junction with New Hampshire Route 10, which runs north and south along the Connecticut River.
|Grafton||Haverhill||0.000||0.000||NH 10 (Dartmouth College Highway) – Piermont, Woodsville||Village of North Haverhill; western terminus|
|Easton||10.183||16.388||NH 112 west (Lost River Road) – Woodsville||Western end of concurrency with NH 112|
|11.064||17.806||NH 112 east (Lost River Road) – North Woodstock||Eastern end of concurrency with NH 112|
|Franconia||22.176||35.689|| NH 18 south (Profile Road) – South Franconia
Wallace Hill Road to I‑93
|Western end of concurrency with NH 18; Exit 38 on I-93|
|22.651||36.453||NH 117 west (Sugar Hill Road) – Sugar Hill, Lisbon|
|I‑93 north (Styles Bridges Highway) – Littleton||Exit 39 on I-93 Exit 39|
|26.876||43.253|| US 302 east (Main Street) – Bethlehem
I‑93 (Styles Bridges Highway) – Littleton, St. Johnsbury VT, Franconia, Plymouth
|Wesrtern end of concurrency with US 302; Exit 40 on I-93|
|Littleton||29.177||46.956||US 302 west / NH 18 north (Main Street) – Lisbon, St. Johnsbury||Eastern end of concurrency with US 302 / NH 18|
|Coos||Whitefield||36.123||58.134||NH 142 south (Maple Street) – Bethlehem||Western end of concurrency with NH 142|
|39.735||63.947||US 3 south (Daniel Webster Highway) – Twin Mountain||Western end of concurrency with US 3|
|39.782||64.023||NH 142 north (Elm Street) – Dalton||Eastern end of concurrency with NH 142|
|39.823||64.089||US 3 north (Lancaster Road/Daniel Webster Highway) – Lancaster||Eastern end of concurrency with US 3|
|Jefferson||48.605||78.222||US 2 (Presidential Highway) – Gorham, Berlin, Lancaster, Jefferson||Eastern terminus of NH 116|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
- Bureau of Planning & Community Assistance (February 20, 2015). "NH Public Roads". Concord, New Hampshire: New Hampshire Department of Transportation. Retrieved April 7, 2015.
- Bureau of Planning & Community Assistance (April 3, 2015). "Nodal Reference 2015, State of New Hampshire". New Hampshire Department of Transportation. Retrieved April 7, 2015.
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