North Dakota Highway 9

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North Dakota Highway 9 marker

North Dakota Highway 9
Route information
Maintained by NDDOT
Length 53.597 mi[1] (86.256 km)
Major junctions
West end US 52 / US 281 in Melville
East end ND 1 in Rogers
Counties Foster, Stutsman, Barnes
Highway system
  • North Dakota State Highways
ND 8ND 10

North Dakota Highway 9 (ND 9) is a state highway in eastern North Dakota. It follows a zigzag pattern from U.S. Route 52 (US 52) and US 281 at Melville to ND 1 outside of Rogers. ND 9 originally extended to Canada, and at its current eastern terminus, it followed the route of what is now ND 1 south, but when US 52 was extended into North Dakota, ND 9 was truncated to its current terminus.

Route description[edit]

The route starts at an intersection with US 52/US 281 in Melville.[2] It then goes about 22 miles (35 km) without any intersections, passing the Stutsman county line along the way. ND 20 then merges into the route from 86th Avenue,[2] thus beginning the route's concurrency with ND 20. ND 20 then splits using 92nd Avenue[2] in Courtenay. After passing the Barnes county line and going approximately 25 miles (40 km), the highway ends at ND 1 in Rogers.


ND 9 originally extended to the Canadian border along what is now US 52. At its current eastern terminus, the route turned south and followed current ND 1, then turned east and went through Valley City. East of Valley City, the highway turned south again and followed what is now ND 32. When US 52 was extended into North Dakota around 1935, ND 9 was truncated to its current alignment.

Major intersections[edit]

county line
Melville0.0000.000 US 52 / US 281 (4th Avenue S) – Jamestown, Carrington
Stutsman22.62036.403 ND 20 south (86th Avenue SE) – JamestownWestern end of ND 20 concurrency
Courtenay28.00345.066 ND 20 north (1st Avenue) – GlenfieldEastern end of ND 20 concurrency
BarnesRogers53.59786.256 ND 1 (109th Avenue NE) – Cooperstown, Valley City
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


External links[edit]

Route map: Google

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