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Massachusetts Route 19

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Route 19 marker

Route 19
Route 19 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by MassDOT
Length16.54 mi[1] (26.62 km)
Existedca. 1932–present
Major junctions
South end Route 19 in Stafford, CT
  US 20 in Brimfield
Route 67 in Warren
North end Route 9 / Route 67 in West Brookfield
CountiesHampden, Worcester
Highway system
MA Route 18.svg Route 18US 20.svg US 20

Route 19 is a 16.54-mile-long (26.62 km) north–south state highway located in south central Massachusetts, United States. It runs from the Connecticut border in Wales north to an intersection with Massachusetts Route 9 and Massachusetts Route 67 in the town of West Brookfield.

The highway continues south of the state border as Connecticut Route 19.

Route description

Southbound in Wales at Old Wales Town Hall
Southbound in Wales at Old Wales Town Hall

Route 19 in Massachusetts begins when Route 19 in Connecticut crosses from Stafford, Connecticut, into Wales, Massachusetts. The highway meanders through the town and continues north into Brimfield, where it crosses U.S. Route 20 in the center of town. Route 19 continues north out of the town and heads due north, eventually crossing into the town of Warren in Worcester County. Just after crossing into Warren, Route 19 passes underneath the Massachusetts Turnpike (I-90) without an interchange. (The nearest interchanges are at Exit 8 in Palmer and Exit 9 in Sturbridge, both accessible from US-20.) Route 19 heads into the center of town where it meets Route 67. Route 19 joins Route 67 northbound, and the two routes run concurrently northeast until crossing into West Brookfield, where they intersect with Route 9. Route 19 ends here, with Route 67 turning to join Route 9 eastbound.


From Brimfield south to the Connecticut state line, Route 19 was part of New England Interstate Route 32.

Major intersections

HampdenWales0.000.00 Route 19 south – StaffordContinuation into Connecticut
Brimfield7.2011.59 US 20 – Sturbridge, Southbridge, Palmer
WorcesterWarren14.0022.53 Route 67 south – PalmerSouthern terminus of concurrency with Route 67
West Brookfield16.5426.62 Route 9 / Route 67 north – Ware, Amherst, WorcesterNorthern terminus; northern terminus of Route 19 and concurrency with Route 67
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


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This page was last edited on 2 March 2020, at 21:45
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