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New Hampshire Route 28 is an 85.413-mile-long (137.459 km) north–south state highway in eastern New Hampshire. It connects the town of Ossipee in east-central New Hampshire with Salem on the Massachusetts border, while passing through Manchester, the largest city in the state.

New Hampshire Route 28 marker

New Hampshire Route 28
Map of southeastern New Hampshire with NH 28 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by NHDOT
Length85.413 mi[1] (137.459 km)
Major junctions
South end Route 28 in Methuen, MA
North end NH 16 in Ossipee
CountiesRockingham, Hillsborough, Merrimack, Belknap, Carroll
Highway system
NH 27NH 31

The southern terminus of NH 28 is on the Massachusetts state line in Salem in south central New Hampshire, from where Massachusetts Route 28 continues south into the city of Methuen and beyond to Boston and Cape Cod. The northern terminus is at the junction with New Hampshire Route 16, the White Mountain Road, in Ossipee, in northern New Hampshire.

Route 28 parallels Interstate 93 south of Manchester, going slightly northwest, but it goes northeast north of Manchester.

Major intersectionsEdit

RockinghamSalem0.0000.000  Route 28 (Broadway) – MethuenContinuation into Massachusetts
2.2843.676  NH 38 (Rockingham Park Blvd.) – PelhamNorthern terminus of NH 38
3.2815.280  NH 97 (Main Street) – Haverhill MAWestern terminus of NH 97
Windham5.6049.019   NH 111 to I-93 – Windham, Hampstead
Derry11.13817.925  NH 28 Bypass (South Main Street) – ConcordSouthern terminus of NH 28 Bypass
12.68120.408   NH 102 (Broadway) to I-93
  I-93 – Manchester, ConcordExit 5 on I-93
17.93728.867  NH 128 (Mammoth Road) – LondonderryNorthern terminus of NH 128
19.54231.450  NH 28A (Mammoth Road) – HooksettSouthern terminus of NH 28A
   I-293 / NH 101 – Salem, Portsmouth, Concord, BedfordExit 1 on I-293 / NH 101
25.77241.476  US 3 south (Hooksett Road)Southern end of concurrency with US 3
  I-93 – Salem, Boston, Concord, PlymouthExit 9 on I-93
28.18645.361  NH 28A (Mammoth Road) – LondonderryNorthern terminus of NH 28A
28.68246.159  NH 27 (Whitehall Road) – Candia, RaymondWestern terminus of NH 27
29.17846.957  NH 28 Bypass – DerryNorthern terminus of NH 28 Bypass
Allenstown34.83756.065  US 3 north (Allenstown Road) – ConcordNorthern end of concurrency with US 3
Epsom43.54170.072    US 4 / US 202 / NH 9 (Dover Road / Franklin Pierce Hwy.) – Concord, NorthwoodEpsom traffic circle
Pittsfield50.99782.072  NH 107 (Barnstead Road) – Gilmanton, Pittsfield
BelknapBarnstead54.55887.803  NH 126 (South Barnstead Road) – Center Barnstead, Center Strafford, RochesterWestern terminus of NH 126
    NH 11 / NH 28A (Main Street) to NH 140 – New Durham, Rochester, Alton, Alton Bay, LaconiaAlton traffic circle; southern terminus of NH 28A (northern segment)
67.793109.102  NH 28A (East Side Drive) – Alton BayNorthern terminus of NH 28A (northern segment)
CarrollWolfeboro75.060120.797  NH 109 north (South Main Street) – Melvin Village, MoultonboroughSouthern end of wrong-way concurrency with NH 109
75.524121.544  NH 109A (Elm Street / Middle Road) – Ctr. TuftonboroSouthern terminus of NH 109A
78.244125.922  NH 109 south (Gov. John Wentworth Hwy.) – Brookfield, WakefieldNorthern end of wrong-way concurrency with NH 109
Ossipee84.139135.409  NH 171 (Water Village Road)Eastern terminus of NH 171
85.413137.459  NH 16 (White Mountain Hwy.) – Center Ossipee, West Ossipee, Conway, WakefieldNorthern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Bannered and suffixed routesEdit

New Hampshire Route 28 BypassEdit


New Hampshire Route 28 Bypass
Length14.124 mi[1] (22.730 km)

New Hampshire Route 28 Bypass is a 14.124-mile-long (22.730 km) bypass route of New Hampshire Route 28 east of the city of Manchester. The bypass separates from NH 28 in Derry, south of Manchester. While NH 28 runs through central Manchester, NH 28 Bypass runs along the eastern side of Manchester. The two routes rejoin in Hooksett, north of Manchester. The official local name of NH 28 Bypass is Londonderry Turnpike, but local residents generally refer to it simply as "The Bypass." It is the only New Hampshire state highway named and signed as a bypass.

New Hampshire Route 28AEdit

New Hampshire Route 28A (abbreviated NH 28A) is a designation held by two north–south state highways in New Hampshire.

Southern segmentEdit


New Hampshire Route 28A
Length7.623 mi[1] (12.268 km)

The southern segment of NH 28A, 7.623 miles (12.268 km) in length and locally named Mammoth Road, connects Londonderry and Hooksett, running through the eastern suburbs of Manchester. The southern terminus is at the junction with New Hampshire Route 28 in Londonderry. The northern terminus is at the junction with U.S. Route 3/NH 28 in Hooksett.

Northern segmentEdit


New Hampshire Route 28A
Length5.422 mi[1] (8.726 km)

The northern segment of NH 28A is a 3.716-mile-long (5.980 km) loop road in the town of Alton. It splits off from NH 28, runs north along the shore of Alton Bay, an arm of Lake Winnipesaukee, then rejoins NH 28. For about one-third of its length, NH 28A runs concurrent to New Hampshire Route 11.

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ a b c d e f Bureau of Planning & Community Assistance (February 20, 2015). "NH Public Roads". Concord, New Hampshire: New Hampshire Department of Transportation. Retrieved April 7, 2015.
  2. ^ a b Bureau of Planning & Community Assistance (April 3, 2015). "Nodal Reference 2015, State of New Hampshire". New Hampshire Department of Transportation. Retrieved April 7, 2015.

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