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Massachusetts Route 14

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Route 14 marker

Route 14
Route 14 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by MassDOT
Length18.46 mi[1] (29.71 km)
Existed1933, 1936 (current alignment)–present
Major junctions
West end Route 27 in Brockton
  Route 3 in Duxbury
East end Route 3A in Duxbury
Location
CountiesPlymouth
Highway system
MA Route 13.svg Route 13MA Route 15.svg Route 15

Route 14 is a 18.46-mile-long (29.71 km) state highway in southeastern Massachusetts. It runs from Route 27 in Brockton east to Route 3A in Duxbury, near the coastline.

Route 3 (Pilgrims Highway) has an interchange with Route 14, at Exit 22 (formerly exit 11) in Duxbury.


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Route description

Eastbound entering Pembroke
Eastbound entering Pembroke

From its western terminus at Route 27 in Brockton, Route 14 goes through Whitman south of the center of the town before going the northeastern corner of East Bridgewater, crossing Route 27 once more. In Hanson, the road is concurrent with Route 58 through the center of town, past Wampatuck Pond. It passes into Pembroke between Oldham Pond and Furnace Pond before passing through the center of town. After another concurrency with Route 53, the road passes into Duxbury, crossing Route 3 before ending at Route 3A west of Duxbury Village.

History

In 1933, Route 14 was extremely short, with its western terminus at Route 3 (current Route 53). By 1936 it had been extended out to its current routing in Brockton.

Major intersections

The entire route is in Plymouth County.

LocationmikmDestinationsNotes
Brockton0.000.00 Route 27 – Brockton, Stoughton, WhitmanWestern terminus
Whitman2.003.22 Route 18 – East Bridgewater, Middleboro, Abington, Boston
East Bridgewater4.707.56 Route 27 – South Hanson, Kingston, Whitman
Hanson6.9011.10 Route 58 north – WhitmanWestern terminus of concurrency with Route 58
7.3011.75 Route 58 south – HalifaxEastern terminus of concurrency with Route 58
Pembroke10.3016.58 Route 36 south – HalifaxNorthern terminus of Route 36
12.1019.47 Route 53 north – BostonWestern terminus of concurrency with Route 53
13.8022.21 Route 53 south – KingstonEastern terminus of concurrency with Route 53
Duxbury16.4026.39 Route 3 (Pilgrims Highway) – Plymouth, Cape Cod, Quincy, BostonExit 22 on Route 3; partial cloverleaf interchange
17.3027.84 Route 139 west – Green Harbor, Fieldston, Duxbury BeachEastern terminus of Route 139
18.4629.71 Route 3A – Marshfield, Boston, Kingston, PlymouthEastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References

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