North Dakota Highway 8 Article

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North Dakota Highway 8 marker

North Dakota Highway 8
Route information
Maintained by NDDOT
Length211.321 mi [1] (340.088 km)
Major junctions
South end SD 75 near Hettinger
  I-94 near Richardton
North end Hwy 9 near Northgate
Highway system
  • North Dakota State Highways
ND 7 ND 9
ND 8 in Stanley

North Dakota Highway 8 (ND 8) is a 211.321-mile-long (340.088 km) north–south state highway in the U.S. state of North Dakota. The highway is split into two segments. The southern segment is 133 miles (214 km) long and travels from Lake Sakakawea near Twin Buttes to South Dakota Highway 75 (SD 75) near Hettinger. The northern segment is 78 miles (126 km) long and travels from Saskatchewan Highway 9 (SK 9) in Northgate on the Canada–United States border to ND 23 near New Town. The highway was originally continuous but was separated by the formation of Lake Sakakawea in the 1950s.

Major intersections

CountyLocationmi [1]kmDestinationsNotes
Adams0.0000.000 SD 75 south – LodgepoleContinuation into South Dakota
Hettinger4.0356.494 US 12 west – BowmanSouthern end of US 12 overlap
12.11919.504 US 12 east – McIntoshNorthern end of US 12 overlap
Hettinger37.81660.859 ND 21 west – Regent, New EnglandSouthern end of ND 21 overlap
Mott45.58373.359 ND 21 east – ElginNorthern end of ND 21 overlap
Stark Richardton80.312129.250 I-94 – Bismarck, BillingsI-94 exit 84.
Dunn112.215180.593 ND 200 east – Dodge, BeulahSouthern end of ND 200 overlap
Halliday113.807183.155 ND 200 west – KilldeerNorthern end of ND 200 overlap
121.912196.198 ND 1806 east to ND 200
Fort Berthold Indian Reservation132.120212.627Road ends near Lake Sakakawea
Gap in route
Mountrail Fort Berthold Indian Reservation132.121212.628 ND 23 / ND 1804 – New Town, ParshallRoute resumes
Stanley155.962250.997 US 2 – Minot, Williston
MountrailBurke
county line
173.390279.044 ND 50 east – CouleeSouthern end of ND 50 overlap
Burke174.140280.251 ND 50 west – Powers LakeNorthern end of ND 50 overlap
Bowbells197.124317.240 US 52 east / ND 5 east – MinotSouthern end of US 52 / ND 5 overlap
203.888328.126 US 52 west / ND 5 west – Portal, CrosbyNorthern end of US 52 / ND 5 overlap
Northgate Border Crossing211.321340.088 Canada–United States border
Hwy 9 northContinuation into Canada
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "Route and Mileage Map Insets" (PDF). North Dakota Department of Transportation. North Dakota Department of Transportation. Retrieved June 20, 2016.

External links

Route map:

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