North Dakota Highway 42

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North Dakota Highway 42

     ND 42
Route information
Maintained by NDDOT
Length37.441 mi[1] (60.255 km)
Major junctions
South end ND 50 near Corinth
Major intersections ND 5 in Crosby
North end Hwy 350 at the Canada–United States border
CountryUnited States
StateNorth Dakota
CountiesWilliams, Divide
Highway system
  • North Dakota State Highway System
ND 41 ND 43
ND 42 on the north side of Ambrose, 3 miles south of the Ambrose–Torquay Border Crossing

North Dakota Highway 42 (ND 42) is a north-south highway located in northwestern North Dakota. The highway traverses northern Williams and Divide Counties. The southern terminus is at ND 50 near Corinth and the northern terminus is a continuation as Saskatchewan Highway 350 (Hwy 350) at the Canadian border.[2]

Route description

ND 42 begins at a junction with ND 50 near the small town of Corinth, in northern Williams County. After going through town, it enters Divide County, and meets ND 5 in the county seat, Crosby. For 8 miles (13 km), ND 42 runs concurrently with ND 5 from Crosby to just south of Ambrose. ND 42 turns northward to end at the Canadian border.[3] The roadway continues northward beyond the Ambrose–Torquay Border Crossing and port of entry as Hwy 350, 16 kilometers (9.9 mi) south of Torquay, Saskatchewan.[4][5]

Major intersections

Williams0.0000.000 ND 50Southern terminus
ND 5 east
Southern end of ND 5 concurrency
ND 5 west
Northern end of ND 5 concurrency
Canada–United States border37.44160.255 Hwy 350Northern terminus, continues north as Hwy 350
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


From 1926 to 1927, ND 42 was previously designated onto an alignment now designated as ND 37.

See also


  1. ^ Cartography Section, Planning/Asset Management Section (2015). Route and Mileage Map. (PDF) (Map) c. 1:1,900,800. Bismarck: North Dakota Department of Transportation. Retrieved October 19, 2018.
  2. ^ Rand McNally (2016). "North Dakota" (Map). The Road Atlas (2016 Walmart ed.). 1 in≈30 mi. Chicago: Rand McNally. p. 77. §§ C2 and D2. ISBN 0-528-00626-6.
  3. ^ a b North Dakota Department of Transportation (2018). North Dakota Official Highway Map (Map) (2018 ed.). Bismarck: North Dakota Department of Transportation. § A4, B4, and C4.
  4. ^ Saskatchewan Highways and Infrastructure (2016). Saskatchewan Official Road Map (Map) (2016/2017 ed.). Regina, SK: Government of Saskatchewan. § G1.
  5. ^ Rand McNally (2016). "Saskatchewan/Manitoba" (Map). The Road Atlas (2016 Walmart ed.). 1 in≈30 mi. Chicago: Rand McNally. p. 120. §§ M9. ISBN 0-528-00626-6.

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