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Massachusetts Route 139

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Route 139 marker

Route 139
Route 139 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by MassDOT
Length32.24 mi[1] (51.89 km)
Major junctions
West end Route 27 / Route 138 in Stoughton
East end Route 14 in Duxbury
CountiesNorfolk, Plymouth
Highway system
MA Route 138.svg Route 138MA Route 140.svg Route 140

Route 139 is a 32.24-mile-long (51.89 km) west–east state highway in southeastern Massachusetts. Its western terminus is at Route 27 and Route 138 in Stoughton and its eastern terminus is at Route 14 in Duxbury. Along the way it intersects several major highways including Route 24 in Stoughton and Route 3 in Pembroke.

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Route description

Route 139 entering Randolph eastbound
Route 139 entering Randolph eastbound

Route 139 begins in Stoughton Square at the southern junction of the Route 27 and 138 concurrency. The highway heads northeast until the junction with Route 24, at which point the highway heads almost due east. After the brief concurrency with Route 28 in Randolph, the highway heads in a generally east-southeasterly direction through Holbrook, the extreme southwest corner of Weymouth, the North Abington section of Abington, Rockland, Hanover, the northern edge of Pembroke, and Marshfield.

Once the highway reaches the shoreline in Marshfield, it turns in a south-southeasterly direction, passing through Fieldston, Ocean Bluff and Brant Rock, proceeding until just north of Brant Rock's esplanade. But then the highway heads west, while still signed east, for the last 4.5 miles (7.2 km), passing through Green Harbor before ending at Route 14 in Duxbury.

Major intersections

NorfolkStoughton0.000.00 Route 27 / Route 138Western terminus; westbound Route 139 has access to Routes 27 and 138 northbound only
3.04.8 Route 24 – Fall River, BostonExit 38 on Route 24; cloverleaf interchange
Randolph4.57.2 Route 28 north – Milton, BostonWestern end of Route 28 concurrency
4.77.6 Route 28 south – Avon, BrocktonEastern end of Route 28 concurrency
Holbrook6.610.6 Route 37 – Boston, Brockton
PlymouthAbington10.316.6 Route 18 – Whitman, New Bedford, Weymouth
10.617.1 Route 58 – Abington, Wareham, Weymouth
Rockland12.219.6 Route 123Western end of Route 123 concurrency
12.820.6 Route 123Eastern end of Route 123 concurrency
Hanover17.928.8 Route 53Northern terminus of Route 53 concurrency
Pembroke19.030.6 Route 53Southern terminus of Route 53 concurrency
21.033.8 Route 3 – Boston, Cape CodExit 27 on Route 3; partial cloverleaf interchange
Marshfield23.738.1 Route 3AWestern terminus of Route 3A concurrency
24.238.9 Route 3AEastern terminus of Route 3A concurrency
Duxbury31.751.0 Route 3A – Marshfield, Boston, Kingston, Plymouth
32.2451.89 Route 14 – Duxbury, Plymouth, Pembroke, BrocktonEastern terminus; eastbound Route 139 has access to Route 14 westbound only
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


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This page was last edited on 14 January 2021, at 23:29
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