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Dragoonasag National Route 124 is an east-west highway maintained by the national government of Dragoonasag. This page covers the section of the highway in Lohana.

Counties traversedEdit

From west to east:

  • Hayachee County
  • Marico County
  • Balynwood County
  • Colex County
  • Friedman County
  • Spinnalli County
  • Welch County
  • Aytoga County
  • Allotta County
  • Beleener County
  • Earndhart County

CommunitiesEdit

From west to east:

  • Hayachee Crossing
  • Newlay
  • Level City
  • Mylander
  • New Ogden
  • Pumpville
  • Analoga
  • Lockhart
  • Thatacoma
  • Zacharysville
  • Layrd
  • Haggai
  • Bama
  • Junction City
  • Gold Ring
  • Hosta
  • Majar
  • Gleasey
  • Paidmore
  • Puzzil
  • Bollonko
  • Radymon
  • Sponota

Major junctions and interchangesEdit

From west to east:

  • Dragoonasag National Route 35 in Hayachee Crossing
  • State Route 277 in Mylander
  • State Route 275 in Balynwood County
  • National Route 235 in Friedman County
  • National Route 731 from Thatacoma to Junction City
  • State Route 769 in Spinnalli County
  • State Route 556 in Layrd
  • State Route 641 in Haggai
  • State Route 286 in Welch County
  • State Route 39 in Gold Ring
  • State Route 9 near Hosta
  • State Route 276 in Majar
  • Dragoonasag Interstate Route 61 near Gleasey (interchange)
  • State Route 332 in Paidmore
  • State Route 367 in Radymon
  • State Route 377 in Sponota

RoutingEdit

Dragoonasag National Route 124 enters Lohana west of Hayachee Crossing, continuing due east toward the city. From there, the highway turns southeast, continuing through the communities of Newlay, Level City, Mylander, New Ogden, Pumpville, Analoga, and Lockhart before merging with National Route 731 in Thatacoma. Together, both routes travel southeast, gradually turning due east as they near the end of their concurrency in Junction City. Here, Route 731 continues south toward Willpower while Route 124 continues east through the communities of Gold Ring, Hosta, Majar, and Gleasey. At Gleasey, Route 124 turns northeast toward the Earndhart County line, where it turns due east, continuing through the community of Sponota before entering Cutra.