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Massachusetts Route 10

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Route 10
Route 10 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by MassDOT
Length60.69 mi[1] (97.67 km)
Major junctions
South end US 202 / Route 10 in Granby, CT
Major intersections US 20 in Westfield
I-90 / US 202 in Westfield
US 5 in Northampton and Bernardston
I-91 in Northampton, Hatfield, and Whately
Route 2 in Greenfield
North end NH 10 in Winchester, NH
CountiesHampden, Hampshire, Franklin
Highway system
Route C9 Route 11

Massachusetts Route 10 is a 60.69-mile-long (97.67 km) north–south state highway that runs from the Connecticut state line at Southwick to the New Hampshire state line at Northfield. Originally part of New England Route 10 from 1922 to 1927, it continues to the south as Connecticut Route 10, and to the north as New Hampshire Route 10.

Route description

Route 10 crosses the border from Granby, Connecticut into Southwick, Massachusetts, overlapped with U.S. 202. It runs north through the Pioneer Valley towns of Southwick, Westfield, Southampton, Easthampton, Northampton, Hatfield, Whately, Deerfield, Greenfield, Bernardston, Gill, and Northfield. Route 10 has a long concurrency with U.S. 5 for about 25 miles (40 km) from Northampton to Bernardston, where it was sometimes called the "5 & 10 Highway". During this concurrency, it closely parallels Interstate 91, with five exits from Northampton to Deerfield, with close access at Route 2 in Greenfield and another exit, solely for Route 10, in Bernardston. It crosses the Connecticut River in Northfield before entering New Hampshire.

Route 10 is concurrent with seven other routes (US 5, US 20, US 202, and Massachusetts Routes 57, 9, 116, and 63) for 43 miles (69.20 km) of its nearly 61 miles (98.17 km) in the state with three points of triple concurrency, leaving less than a third of its length as the sole road designation.


An "Alabama 10" sign as mistakenly posted in Easthampton
An "Alabama 10" sign as mistakenly posted in Easthampton

An odd sight greeted motorists in Easthampton in July 2005: standard issue Alabama state highway signs with the number 10 in a map of that state, instead of the standard Massachusetts square. This odd "Alabama 10" signage came about when a contractor mistakenly applied the sample from a federal manual. The signs have since been replaced with the correct shields.[2][3]

Major intersections

HampdenSouthwick0.00.0 US 202 south / Route 10 south – Salmon BrookContinuation into Connecticut; Southern terminus of concurrency with US 202
1.93.1 Route 168 east – West Suffield, CT, Suffield, CTWestern terminus of Route 168
4.36.9 Route 57 west – Granville, New MarlboroughSouthern terminus of concurrency with Route 57
4.97.9 Route 57 east – Feeding Hills, SpringfieldNorthern terminus of concurrency with Route 57
Westfield9.615.4 US 20 east – Springfield, PalmerSouthern terminus of concurrency with US 20
9.915.9 US 20 west – Russell, PittsfieldNorthern terminus of concurrency with US 20
11.318.2 I-90 / Mass Pike – Boston, Albany, NYExit 41 on I-90 / Massachusetts Turnpike
14.323.0 US 202 north – Holyoke, BelchertownNorthern terminus of concurrency with US 202
HampshireEasthampton21.835.1 Route 141 east – HolyokeWestern terminus of Route 141
Northampton26.142.0 Route 9 west – Williamsburg, PittsfieldSouthern terminus of concurrency with Route 9
26.442.5 Route 9 east / US 5 south – Amherst, Worcester, Holyoke, SpringfieldNorthern terminus of concurrency with Route 9; southern terminus of concurrency with US 5
27.844.7 I-91 north – Greenfield, Brattleboro, VTExit 26 on I-91; northbound exit and southbound entrance
29.647.6 I-91 – Springfield, Brattleboro, VTExit 27 on I-91; northbound access via Elm Street
Hatfield32.051.5 I-91 south – Holyoke, SpringfieldExit 30 on I-91
32.352.0 I-91 north – Greenfield, Brattleboro, VTExit 30 on I-91
FranklinWhately34.054.7 I-91 north – Greenfield, Brattleboro VTExit 32 on I-91; northbound entrance
34.755.8 I-91Exit 32 on I-91; entrance from I-91 south
37.159.7 I-91 south – Holyoke, SpringfieldExit 35 on I-91
37.460.2 Route 116 south – Sunderland, AmherstSouthern terminus of concurrency with Route 116
Route 116 north to I-91 north – Conway, Ashfield
Northern terminus of concurrency with Route 116
Deerfield River44.671.8Deerfield River Bridge
Greenfield46.074.0 Route 2A – AtholCourt Square, site of historic road marker
Route 2 to I-91 – Boston, North Adams
Bernardston52.584.5 US 5 north – Brattleboro VT, White River Jct., VTNorthern terminus of concurrency with US 5
52.985.1 I-91 – Greenfield, Springfield, Brattleboro, VT, White River Jct., VTExit 50 on I-91
Gill55.589.3 Route 142 north – Northfield,  Vernon, VTSouthern terminus of Route 142
Connecticut River56.891.4Bennett's Meadow Bridge
Northfield57.592.5 Route 63 south – Millers Falls, AmherstSouthern terminus of concurrency with Route 63
59.996.4 Route 63 north –  Hinsdale, NHNorthern terminus of concurrency with Route 63
60.797.7 NH 10 north – KeeneContinuation into New Hampshire
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also


  1. ^ Executive Office of Transportation, Office of Transportation Planning - 2005 Road Inventory
  2. ^ Daniel, Mac (July 26, 2005). "Word to road crews: Tuscaloosa is over 1,000 miles thataway". The Boston Globe. Retrieved 2009-12-31.
  3. ^ "Alabama road signs in Massachusetts?". WSFA-TV. Retrieved 2009-12-31.

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