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Massachusetts Route 117

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Route 117
Route 117 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by MassDOT
Length31.0718 mi[1] (50.0052 km)
Major junctions
West end Route 12 in Leominster
Major intersections
East end US 20 in Waltham
CountiesWorcester, Middlesex
Highway system
Route 116 Route 118

Route 117 is a 31.0718-mile-long (50.0052 km) east–west state highway in Massachusetts, running from Route 12 in Leominster in northeast Worcester County to U.S. Route 20 (US 20) in Waltham in central Middlesex County.

Route description

Route 117 begins in the city of Leominster, near the city center, and passes southeast along Lancaster Street before having an interchange with Interstate 190's Exit 7, just over the city line into Lancaster. In Lancaster the route heads eastward, crossing two branches of the Nashua River while having a short, quarter-mile concurrency with Route 70 south of Fort Devens. The route then crosses into Bolton, crossing Route 110 near the Bolton Flats State Wildlife Management Area. It then passes through the center of town before crossing I-495 at Exit 27. It serves as the northern terminus of Route 85 before crossing into Middlesex County and the town of Stow.

Eastbound in Lincoln near Drumlin Farm
Eastbound in Lincoln near Drumlin Farm

In Stow, the route passes through the countryside before meeting Route 62 at the center of town. The two routes head eastward concurrently, entering into Maynard. The routes split just after crossing the Assabet River, with Route 117 heading in a more southeastern direction. The route crosses Route 27 before entering Sudbury. It crosses through the southern tip of Concord and enters the town of Lincoln over the Sudbury River.

In Lincoln, Route 117 passes through the southwest end of town, intersecting Route 126 and the Fitchburg Line south of the Lincoln station before crossing into Weston. In Weston the route bends southeastward through the Silver Hill, Hastings and Kendal Green sections of town before entering Waltham. Serving as the city’s Main Street, the route crosses I-95 and it’s concurrent route Highway 128 without an interchange before ending at U.S. Route 20, which in turn continues Main Street through Waltham’s downtown.

Major intersections

WorcesterLeominster0.000.00 Route 12 – Sterling, FitchburgWestern terminus
I-190 to Route 2 – Worcester, Fitchburg
Exit 17 on I-190; to Route 2 via I-190 north; diamond interchange
Route 70 north to Route 2 – Lunenburg, Devens
Western end of Route 70 concurrency
6.19.8 Route 70 south – BoylstonEastern end of Route 70 concurrency
Bolton7.111.4 Route 110 – Harvard, Clinton
11.117.9 I-495 – Marlboro, LowellExit 70 on I-495; partial cloverleaf interchange
11.518.5 Route 85 south – HudsonNorthern terminus of Route 85
MiddlesexStow16.125.9 Route 62 west – Berlin, PrincetonWestern end of Route 62 concurrency
Maynard18.129.1 Route 62 east – Concord, BedfordEastern end of Route 62 concurrency
19.331.1 Route 27 – Acton, Sudbury
Route 126 to Route 2 – Concord, Framingham, Wayland
To Routes 2 and 2A via Route 126 north
Waltham31.0750.00 US 20 – Marlboro, WatertownEastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


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