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New Hampshire Route 28A

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New Hampshire Route 28 is an 85.20-mile-long (137.12 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.

The southern terminus of NH 28 is on the Massachusetts state line in Salem in south central New Hampshire; it keeps the Route 28 designation in the Massachusetts city of Methuen. 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.

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New Hampshire Route 28 Bypass

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New Hampshire Route 28 Bypass is a 14.10-mile (22.69 km) long 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 28A

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

Southern segment

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Location: Londonderry-Hooksett
Length: 7.61 mi[1] (12.25 km)

The southern segment of NH 28A, 7.61 miles (12.25 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 segment

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Location: Alton
Length: 3.80 mi[1] (6.12 km)

The northern segment of NH 28A is a 3.80-mile (6.12 km) long 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 also

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  • New England Interstate Route 28, an early designation for NH 28

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