North Dakota Highway 22
|Maintained by NDDOT|
|Length:||155 mi (249 km)|
|South end:||SD 79 near Reeder|
|North end:||ND 23 near New Town|
|Counties:||Adams, Hettinger, Stark, Dunn, McKenzie|
North Dakota Highway 22 is a major north–south state highway in North Dakota. It begins at the South Dakota state line south of the small town of Reeder and ends at Highway 23 west of New Town and north of Mandaree. The route is 154 miles in length and has one concurrency with US Route 12. The highway widely parallels US Route 85 running about fifteen miles east of it.
North Dakota Highway 22 begins at the South Dakota state line as a continuation of South Dakota Highway 79. From there it heads north to the town of Reeder. North of Reeder, the route joins U.S. Route 12, heading southeast for two miles. It then heads north, joining with Highway 21 south of New England. Highway 21's concurrency with Highway 22 ends at New England, and Highway 22 continues north to Dickinson, where it meets Interstate 94 Bus. Loop and Interstate 94 itself.
ND 22 continues north to meet Highway 200 just south of the city of Killdeer. The highway enters the Badlands 12 miles north of Killdeer and crosses the Little Missouri River switching from Mountain Time to Central Time.
|Harding||||0.000||0.000||SD 79||Continuation into South Dakota|
|Adams||Reeder||11.929||19.198||US 12 west – Bowman||Southern end of US 12 concurrency|
|||16.186||26.049||US 12 east – Hettinger||Northern end of US 12 concurrency|
|Hettinger||||37.564||60.453||ND 21 east – Mott||Southern end of ND 21 concurrency|
|New England||45.619||73.417||ND 21 west||Northern end of ND 21 concurrency|
|Stark||Dickinson||70.882||114.074||I-94 Bus. (Villard Street)|
|72.057||115.965||I-94 – Medora, Bismarck||I-94 exit 61|
|Dunn||Killdeer||105.534||169.841||ND 200 east – Dunn Center|
|||105.710||170.124||ND 200 west – Watford City|
|McKenzie||||141.099||227.077||ND 73 west – Watford City|
|||156.051||251.140||ND 23||Northern terminus|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
Route map: Google