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New Hampshire Route 106

 

New Hampshire Route 106

New Hampshire Route 106
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New Hampshire Routes

New Hampshire Route 106 (abbreviated NH 106) is a 34.51-mile-long (55.54 km) secondary north–south highway in Merrimack and Belknap counties in central New Hampshire, United States. It connects the town of Pembroke with Meredith in the Lakes Region.

The first green LED traffic light in the nation was installed at the junction of NH 106 and Loudon Road on May 17, 1996.[1]

About midway along its route is the New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon.

The southern terminus of NH 106 is at U.S. Route 3 in Pembroke just south of the Concord city line. The highway runs due north through Belmont and Laconia into the Lakes Region. The northern terminus of the highway is at US 3 south of Meredith.

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