North Dakota Highway 20
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|Maintained by NDDOT|
|Length:||171.00 mi (275.20 km)|
|Existed:||1939 – present|
|South end:||US 52 / US 281 in Jamestown|
|US 2 in Devils Lake|
|North end:||PTH 34 near Sarles|
|Counties:||Stutsman, Foster, Eddy, Benson, Ramsey, Cavalier|
North Dakota Highway 20 is a north–south highway in North Dakota. It runs from U.S. Route 281/U.S. Route 52 in Jamestown to the Canada–United States border near Sarles. The highway continues into Manitoba as PTH 34.
|Stutsman||Jamestown||0.000||0.000||US 52 / US 281 (1st Avenue N) – Carrington, Valley City|
|||22.620||36.403||ND 9 west (13th Street SE) – Kensal||Western end of ND 9 concurrency|
|Courtenay||28.003||45.066||ND 9 east (1st Street) – Wimbledon||Eastern end of ND 9 concurrency|
|Foster||Glenfield||44.903||72.264||ND 200 (3rd Street NE) – Carrington, Cooperstown|
|Eddy||||61.198||98.489||ND 15 east – New Rockford||Southern end of ND 15 concurrency|
|||69.313||111.548||ND 15 east (27th Street NE) – Pekin, McVille||Northern end of ND 15 concurrency|
||No major junctions|
|Ramsey||||97.709||157.247||ND 57 west – Fort Totten||Eastern terminus of ND 57|
|Devils Lake||102.654||165.206||US 2 – Rugby, Grand Forks|
|103.348||166.322||ND 19 west – Minnewaukan||Eastern terminus of ND 19|
|||124.464||200.305||ND 17 east (69th Street NE) – Edmore, Park River||Southern end of ND 17 concurrency|
|||129.463||208.351||ND 17 west (74th Street NE) – Cando||Northern end of ND 17 concurrency|
|Cavalier||||141.255||227.328||ND 66 east (84th Street NE) – Alsen, Loma|
|||150.270||241.836||ND 5 east (93rd Street NE) – Langdon, Cavalier||Eastern end of ND 5 concurrency|
|||156.034||251.112||ND 5 west (95th Street NE) – Rocklake, Rolla||Western end of ND 5 concurrency|
|||170.550||274.474||PTH 34 north – Crystal City, Pilot Mound||Continuation into Manitoba|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
- Mileage retrieved from North Dakota Highways 1 to 30 unless otherwise noted.
- "Major Road Closed in Devils Lake Region". Retrieved 2010-06-14.
- "North Dakota Emergencies". North Dakota Department of Transportation. 2010-08-27. Archived from the original on 2010-08-29.
- "Route and Mileage Map Insets" (PDF). North Dakota Department of Transportation. North Dakota Department of Transportation. Retrieved May 3, 2017.
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