North Dakota Highway 23

North Dakota Highway 23 is an east–west highway in northwestern North Dakota. The highway runs 123 miles (198 km) between its eastern terminus at ND 41 near Velva, and its western terminus at US 85 in Watford City.

The only cities that Highway 23 runs directly through are New Town and Watford City. It also runs through the unincorporated community of Keene. Other cities near the route include Makoti, Parshall, Plaza, Ryder, and Velva. Minot is 16 miles (26 km) north of the highway at its intersection with US 83.

Read more about North Dakota Highway 23:  Route Description, Major Junctions

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