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Indiana State Road 135

State Road 135 marker

State Road 135
Route information
Maintained by INDOT
Length: 138.55 mi[1] (222.97 km)
Major junctions
South end: KY 79 in Mauckport
North end: US 31 at Indianapolis
Location
Counties: Brown, Harrison, Jackson, Johnson, Marion, Washington
Highway system
  • Indiana State Roads
SR 134 US 136

State Road 135 (SR 135) in the U.S. State of Indiana is a road that connects Indianapolis with the Ohio River; for the most part it is a two-lane road.

Contents

  • Route description 1
  • History 2
  • Major intersections 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Route description

The southern terminus is the Matthew E. Welsh Bridge on the east side of Mauckport. The bridge connects to Kentucky Route 79 in Brandenburg, Kentucky on the south side of the river.

The road runs north along rolling terrain in Harrison and Washington counties. It continues north through hilly country, passing Starve Hollow Lake State Recreation Area in Jackson County and the Brown County State Park. It then passes into the flatter terrain of Johnson and Marion counties. The northern terminus is at U.S. Route 31 on the south side of Indianapolis, about 0.5 miles (0.80 km) south of its interchange with Interstate 465.

History

State Road 135 was known as State Road 35 until U.S. Route 35 was commissioned in Indiana.

State Road 135 previously terminated a few miles farther north in the city, but was shifted down to its current northernmost location of Thompson Road when U.S. Highways and Indiana State Roads were all rerouted around major cities onto available bypasses in the early 1990s.

Major intersections

County Location Mile[1] km Destinations Notes
Meade Brandenburg 0.00 0.00 KY 79 south – Brandenburg Southern terminus of SR 135 at the Ohio River
Ohio River Matthew E. Welsh Bridge
Harrison Mauckport 0.43 0.69 SR 11 north – Elizabeth Southern terminus of SR 11
Corydon 14.45 23.26 SR 62 – Dale, Corydon
15.24 24.53 SR 337 – Corydon, Depauw
16.15 25.99 I-64 St. Louis, Louisville Exit number 105 on I-65
Jackson Township 18.81 30.27 SR 335 north – Crandall southern terminus of SR 335
New Salisbury 22.03 35.45 Georgetown
Palmyra 28.53 45.91 US 150 – Fredericksburg, Greenville
Washington Salem 42.80 68.88 SR 60 east – Sellersburg Southern end of SR 60 concurrency
43.61 70.18 SR 56 / SR 60 west – Paoli, Mitchell, Scottsburg Northern end of SR 60 concurrency
Jackson Driftwood Township 59.45 95.68 SR 235 north – Medora
Brownstown Township 64.80 104.29 US 50 east – Brownstown Eastern end of US 50 concurrency
67.86 109.21 US 50 west – Bedford Western end of US 50 concurrency
73.39 118.11 SR 58 west – Bedford Southern end of SR 58 concurrency
Freetown 74.65 120.14 SR 58 east – Columbus Northern end of SR 58 concurrency
Brown Washington Township 96.38 155.11 SR 46 east – Columbus Eastern end of SR 46 concurrency
Nashville 99.46 160.07 SR 46 west – Bloomington Western end of SR 46 concurrency
Beanblossom 104.75 168.58 SR 45 south – Bloomington Northern terminus of SR 45
Morgan Morgantown 112.29 180.71 SR 252 west – Martinsville Western end of SR 252 concurrency
Johnson Trafalgar 118.67 190.98 SR 252 east Eastern end of SR 252 concurrency
Union Township 121.24 195.12 SR 44 – Martinsville, Franklin
Bargersville 126.02 202.81 SR 144 east – Franklin Western terminus of SR 144
Marion Indianapolis 138.55 222.97 US 31 – Greenwood, Indianapolis Northern terminus of SR 135
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References

  1. ^ a b "INDOT Roadway Referencing System" (PDF). 

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