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Indiana State Road 114

State Road 114 marker

State Road 114
Route information
Maintained by INDOT
Length: 75.49 mi[1] (121.49 km)
Western segment
Length: 33.48 mi[1] (53.88 km)
West end: Illinois state line
Major
junctions:
US 41 near Morocco
I-65 near Rensselaer
US 231 in Rensselaer
East end: US 421 north of Monon
Central segment
Length: 5.79 mi[1] (9.32 km)
West end: SR 17
East end: SR 25 in Fulton
Eastern segment
Length: 31.5 mi[1] (50.6 km)
West end: SR 14 in Akron
East end: US 24 near Fort Wayne
Location
Counties: Fulton, Huntington, Jasper, Newton, Pulaski, Wabash, Whitley
Highway system
  • Indiana State Roads
SR 111 SR 115

State Road 114 (SR 114) in the U.S. State of Indiana consists of three discontinuous east–west routes: between the Illinois border and U.S. Route 421; between State Road 17 and State Road 25; and between State Road 14 and U.S. Route 24.

Contents

  • Route description 1
    • Western section 1.1
    • Middle section 1.2
    • Eastern section 1.3
  • Major intersections 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Route description

Western section

From its western terminus SR 114 heads east from U.S. Route 41 (US 41). From US 41, SR 114 heads towards Rensselaer passing through an intersection with State Road 55 (SR 55) and an interchange with Interstate 65 (I-65). In Rensselaer SR 114 has an intersection with U.S. Route 231. From Rensselaer SR 114 heads east towards US 421. The intersection at US 421 is the eastern terminus of the western section.[2]

Middle section

The middle section of SR 114 western terminus is at SR 17. SR 114 heads east towards Fulton. In Fulton SR 114 has an intersection with SR 25, this intersection is the eastern terminus of the middle section of SR 114.[3]

Eastern section

From the western terminus of the eastern section at SR 14, SR 114 heads east towards North Manchester. On the way to North Manchester, SR 114 passes through an intersection with State Road 15. On the westside of North Manchester SR 114 has an intersection with State Road 13. From North Manchester SR 114 heads east on the Whitley CountyHuntington County line. SR 114 heads east towards Fort Wayne passing through intersections with State Road 105, State Road 5, and State Road 9. SR 114 eastern terminus is at an intersection with US 24 southwest of Fort Wayne, near Aboite.[4]

Major intersections

County Location Mile[1] km Destinations Notes
Newton Beaver Township 0.00 0.00 Illinois state line Western terminus of SR 114
Morocco 5.00 8.05 US 41 – Terre Haute, Hammond
Mount Ayr 12.12 19.51 SR 55 – Fowler, Crown Point
Jasper Newton Township 16.06 25.85 I-65 – Indianapolis, Gary, Chicago
Rensselaer 19.95 32.11 US 231 (Washington Street) – Lafayette, Crown Point
Pulaski Salem Township 33.48 53.88 US 421 – Indianapolis, Michigan City Eastern terminus of the western section of SR 114
Gap in route
Fulton Wayne Township 33.48 53.88 SR 17 – Logansport, Plymouth Western terminus of the middle section of SR 114
Fulton 39.28 63.22 SR 25 – Logansport, Rochester Eastern terminus of the middle section of SR 114
Gap in route
Fulton Akron 39.28 63.22 SR 14 – Rochester, Fort Wayne Western terminus of the eastern section of SR 114
Wabash Pleasant Township 47.05 75.72 SR 15 – Wabash, Warsaw
North Manchester 52.05 83.77 SR 13 – Wabash, Syracuse
WhitleyHuntington Cleveland TownshipWarren Township 61.01 98.19 SR 105
63.64 102.42 SR 5 – Huntington, South Whitley
Washington TownshipClear Creek Township 68.99 111.03 SR 9 – Huntington, Columbia City
Jefferson TownshipJackson Township 75.49 121.49 US 24 – Huntington, Fort Wayne Eastern terminus of SR 114
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References

  1. ^ a b c d e Indiana Highway Reference Manuals - SR 114
  2. ^ Google Inc. "overview map of the western section of SR 114". Google Maps (Map). Cartography by Google, Inc. http://maps.google.com/maps?f=d&source=s_d&saddr=IN-114+E&daddr=IN-114+W&geocode=FQ7FcAIdg3fI-g%3BFQmbcAIdBCLS-g&hl=en&mra=mift&mrsp=0&sz=14&sll=40.949761,-87.506876&sspn=0.029366,0.116901&ie=UTF8&ll=40.937896,-87.217712&spn=0.234973,0.935211&z=11. Retrieved 2011-04-08.
  3. ^ Google Inc. "overview map of the middle section of SR 114". Google Maps (Map). Cartography by Google, Inc. http://maps.google.com/maps?f=d&source=s_d&saddr=IN-114+E&daddr=W+Center+St&geocode=FbjIcAId4APa-g%3BFQbAcAId1rHb-g&hl=en&mra=mift&mrsp=1&sz=16&sll=40.945806,-86.267266&sspn=0.007342,0.02105&ie=UTF8&ll=40.94801,-86.319408&spn=0.029367,0.116901&z=14. Retrieved 2011-04-08.
  4. ^ Google Inc. "overview map of the western section of SR 114". Google Maps (Map). Cartography by Google, Inc. http://maps.google.com/maps?f=d&source=s_d&saddr=IN-114+E%2FE+Rochester+St&daddr=IN-114+E%2FE+1200+N&geocode=FbYucgIdlXbf-g%3BFYKwcQIderPp-g&hl=en&mra=mift&mrsp=1&sz=13&sll=41.012807,-85.372353&sspn=0.058677,0.1684&ie=UTF8&ll=41.005294,-85.67276&spn=0.234733,0.935211&z=11. Retrieved 2010-04-08.

External links

  • Indiana Highway Ends - SR 114
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