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Massachusetts Route 36

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Route 36 marker

Route 36
Route 36 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by MassDOT
Length5.44 mi[1] (8.75 km)
Major junctions
South end Route 106 in Halifax
North end Route 14 in Pembroke
Highway system
MA Route 35.svg Route 35MA Route 37.svg Route 37

Route 36 is a 5.44-mile-long (8.75 km) north–south state highway in southeastern Massachusetts. Its southern terminus is at Route 106 in Halifax and its northern terminus is at Route 14 in Pembroke.

Route description

Route 36 southbound entering Halifax
Route 36 southbound entering Halifax

From its terminus at Route 106 in Halifax, Route 36 abuts the eastern shore of East Monponsett Pond. The highway then crosses the MBTA Commuter Rail at Halifax station. The highway runs near Silver Lake to the west and crosses Route 27 before ending at Route 14 just south of Pembroke Center. This road is locally famous as the location of the former Hobomock Inn, a tavern linked to the famous Massachusetts politician, James Michael Curley. The legend is that Curley designated this rural road as a state highway so that his cronies from Boston could find it more easily following state highway signage. It is also a fact that after it was so designated snow removal for Route 36 became a state, rather than town, responsibility.

Major intersections

The entire route is in Plymouth County.

Halifax0.000.00 Route 106 – Halifax, Bridgewater, KingstonSouthern terminus
Pembroke3.205.15 Route 27 – Whitman, Brockton, Kingston
5.448.75 Route 14 – Hanson, PembrokeNorthern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also


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