North Dakota Highway 1

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North Dakota Highway 1 marker

North Dakota Highway 1
Route information
Maintained by NDDOT
Length230.433 mi[1] (370.846 km)
Existed1939–present
Major junctions
South endSD 37.svg SD-37 near Ludden
 I-94.svgUS 52.svgI-94/US 52 near Valley City
North end PTH 31 in Maida
Location
CountiesDickey, La Moure, Barnes, Griggs, Nelson, Walsh, Cavalier
Highway system
  • North Dakota State Highways
ND 1806US 2

North Dakota Highway 1 (ND 1) is a major north–south highway in North Dakota. It runs from Manitoba Highway 31 in Maida to South Dakota Highway 37 south of Ludden. It is 230 miles (370 km) in length.

Route description[edit]

ND 1 enters North Dakota as a continuation on South Dakota Highway 37 five miles south of ND 11. After a concurrency with this road that heads east for three miles, then north for seven miles, ND 1 continues north for two miles before entering the city of Oakes. Six miles north of Oakes, the route begins a concurrency of about 10½ miles with ND 13. This concurrency travels almost due north and ends in Verona. Six miles north of Verona, ND 1 intersects with the western terminus of ND 27. Thirteen miles farther north, the highway intersects ND 46. A little more than nineteen miles north of this intersection, west of Valley City, ND 1 begins a concurrency with Interstate 94 and US 52. The three highways travel west for about six miles before I-94 and US 52 continue west and ND 1 turns north.

Eleven miles north of the concurrency, ND 1 enters the western portion of Rogers. A mile north of Rogers, the route serves as the eastern terminus of ND 9. About six miles north of here, ND 1 enters Dazey and intersects ND 26. Eight miles north of the ND 26 intersection, ND 1 enters Hannaford. About ten miles north of Hannaford and two miles west of Cooperstown (which ND 1 never enters), the highways begins a concurrency with North Dakota's longest state highway, ND 200. Six miles farther west, ND 200 and ND 1 part. ND 1 heads north for four miles, west for a mile, and north for three miles before intersecting ND 65 just east of Binford. About sixteen miles north of here, ND 1 intersects ND 15 outside Pekin. About twenty miles north of here is an intersection with US 2 and the city of Lakota.

North of Lakota, ND 1 travels just northeast of Brocket. Six miles north of Brocket is the community of Lawton. About eight miles north of Lawton, ND 1 intersects ND 17. Twelve miles north of that intersection, the highway enters Nekoma. Just less than five miles north of Nekoma, ND 1 intersects ND 66. Nine miles farther north, ND 1 enters Langdon. In Langdon, ND 1 intersects ND 5. The remaining sixteen miles of this highway in North Dakota and the United States feature intersections with a couple of county roads before the Canadian border. ND 1 is continued into Manitoba, Canada, as Manitoba Highway 31.

History[edit]

North Dakota Highway 1 was put in its alignment in 1939.[2] It remains in its original alignment today.[3]

Major intersections[edit]

CountyLocationmi[1]kmDestinationsNotes
Brown0.0000.000 SD 37 south – HeclaContinuation into South Dakota
Dickey5.1788.333 ND 11 west – EllendaleSouthern end of ND 11 concurrency
14.93324.032 ND 11 east – CogswellNorthern end of ND 11 concurrency
22.93936.917 ND 13 east – GwinnerSouthern end of ND 13 concurrency
LaMoureVerona33.05853.202 ND 13 west – LaMoureNorthern end of ND 13 concurrency
38.34461.709 ND 27 east – LisbonWestern terminus of ND 27
LaMoureBarnes
county line
51.40582.728 ND 46 – Gackle, Enderlin
Barnes70.926114.144 I-94 east / US 52 – FargoEastern end of concurrency with I-94 and US 52; exit 288
76.423122.991 I-94 west / US 52 – BismarckWestern end of concurrency with I-94 and US 52; exit 283
89.543144.105 ND 9 west – WimbledonEastern terminus of ND 9
Dazey95.662153.953 ND 26 east – PillsburyWestern terminus of ND 26
Griggs113.714183.005 ND 200 east – CooperstownEastern end of ND 200 concurrency
119.821192.833 ND 200 west – CarringtonWestern end of ND 200 concurrency
128.493206.789 ND 65 east – JessieWestern terminus of ND 65
Nelson145.217233.704 ND 15 – Pekin, McVille
Lakota162.802262.004 US 2 – Devils Lake, Grand Forks
Ramsey189.521305.004 ND 17 – Edmore, Adams
Cavalier204.890329.738 ND 66 – Bisbee, Milton
Langdon213.926344.281 ND 5 – Rocklake, Cavalier
Division No. 4230.433370.846 PTH 31 north – Saint Claude, Portage la PrairieContinuation into Manitoba, Canada
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Cartography Section, Planning/Asset Management Section (2015). Route and Mileage Map (PDF) (Map). c. 1:1,900,800. Bismarck: North Dakota Department of Transportation. Retrieved July 19, 2016.
  2. ^ Mileage retrieved from North Dakota Highways 1 to 30 unless otherwise noted
  3. ^ "1967 Rand McNally Map of North Central US".

Route map:

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