US 2 in New Hampshire
US 2 is a US Highway in the US state of New Hampshire. The road forms an east-west route through the north of the state, from the Vermont border to the Maine border. US 2 is 56 kilometers long in New Hampshire.
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US 2 is a fairly short east-west route through the White Mountains in the north of the state. US 2 in Vermont comes from St. Johnsbury and leads through Lancaster and Gorham to the Maine border. The US 2 in Maine continues to Augusta. The area is mountainous, to the south are the highest mountains in the northeastern United States, reaching almost 2,000 meters. The US 2 is single-lane and does not serve larger towns, although the town of Berlin is close to the US 2.
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US 2 was created in 1926 and the route has not been modified in New Hampshire since. The road has some through importance as there are no east-west highways in this part of the country.