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Massachusetts Route 62

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Route 62 marker

Route 62
Route 62 highlighted in red
Route information
Length82.1817 mi[1] (132.2586 km)
Major junctions
West end Route 32 / Route 122 in Barre
  I-495 in Berlin
Route 2 in Concord
US 3 in Bedford
I-93 in Wilmington
US 1 in Danvers
I-95 in Danvers
Route 128 in Danvers
East end Route 127 in Beverly
CountiesWorcester, Middlesex, Essex
Highway system
MA Route 60.svg Route 60MA Route 63.svg Route 63

Route 62 is an 82.1817-mile-long (132.2586 km) east–west state highway in Massachusetts. The route crosses four of the Bay State's 13 interstates (I-190, I-495, I-93, and I-95), as well as U.S. Route 1 (US 1), US 3, Route 2 and Route 128 as it heads from the northern hills of Worcester County through the northern portions of Greater Boston, ending in the North Shore city of Beverly at Route 127.

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Route description

Route 62 begins in Barre, in the north central hills of Worcester County, at Routes 32 and 122, at that town's commons. It heads northeastward into the town of Hubbardston, crossing Route 68 before heading into Princeton. In Princeton, Route 62 has a short concurrency with Route 31. It then crosses into Sterling, intersecting with Route 140 and passing underneath Interstate 190 without junction, before passing through that town's center concurrently with Route 12.

Eastbound with Route 70 in Clinton
Eastbound with Route 70 in Clinton
Eastbound in Maynard
Eastbound in Maynard
Wood Square, Hudson, at the junction of Routes 62 & 85
Wood Square, Hudson, at the junction of Routes 62 & 85

From Sterling, Route 62 passes through the southern end of the town of Lancaster before entering Clinton. In Clinton, it is concurrent with Route 70 for most of the town, with a short section being triply concurrent, with Route 110. Routes 62 and 70 pass through the center of town and pass the dam on the Nashua River which creates the Wachusett Reservoir before Route 62 heads eastward again, splitting with Route 70 just north of the Boylston town line. After crossing through the town of Berlin, it crosses Interstate 495 at Exit 26 before crossing into Middlesex County and the town of Hudson.

In Hudson, Route 62 has a short concurrency with Route 85 as it heads eastward, crossing the Assabet River before entering northward into the town of Stow. At the center of Stow, Route 62 turns eastward again, becoming concurrent with Route 117 for two miles into the town of Maynard. In Maynard, the route crosses the Assabet twice more, the second time concurrently with Route 27. Following the path of the Assabet, it then passes through the far southern corner of Acton before heading into Concord. In Concord, Route 62 joins that town's Main Street, passing the West Concord Depot, a commuter rail stop along the Fitchburg Line. As Main Street, Route 62 intersects Routes 2/2A and crosses the Sudbury River before leaving that road at Concord's town common, just south of the site of the Battle of Concord.

Route 62 continues northeastward into Bedford, where it shares a concurrency with Routes 4 and 225, passing the historic Fitch Tavern before splitting from those roads. It then splits from that route, crossing U. S. Route 3 at Exit 26 before entering Burlington. It crosses the old Middlesex Turnpike before arcing northward to meet Route 3A just south of the Billerica town line. It becomes concurrent with Route 3A southward for half a mile before turning northward, heading into the town of Wilmington. In Wilmington it crosses Routes 38 and 129 just south of the Wilmington Station along the Lowell Line of the MBTA Commuter Rail line. It then crosses Interstate 93 at Exit 40 just east of Route 62's junction with the southern end of Route 125. After crossing I-93, Route 62 heads eastward into North Reading. It shares a quarter-mile long concurrency with Route 28 before continuing eastward through the town into Essex County and the town of Middleton.

In Middleton, Route 62 heads north one final time, sharing a short wrong-way concurrency with Route 114 before turning eastward, crossing the Ipswich River before finally turning southeastward into the town of Danvers. In Danvers, the route has consecutive interchanges with U.S. Route 1 (along the Newburyport Turnpike) and I-95, just north of the former Danvers State Hospital site. It continues eastward, crossing Route 35 and Route 128 (at Exit 22) before entering Beverly. In Beverly, Route 62 crosses Routes 1A and 22 before finally ending at Route 127, just a tenth of a mile north of Mackerel Cove, Beverly Harbor and Massachusetts Bay.

Major intersections

WorcesterBarre0.00.0 Route 32 / Route 122 – Petersham, Athol, Rutland, WorcesterWestern terminus
Hubbardston6.610.6 Route 68 – Holden, Hubbardston
Princeton12.920.8 Route 31 south – Holden, PaxtonWestern terminus of Route 31 concurrency
13.221.2 Route 31 north – Fitchburg, AshbyEastern terminus of Route 31 concurrency
Sterling16.927.2 Route 140 – Westminster, Gardner, West Boylston, WorcesterMoore’s Corner
19.831.9 Route 12 south – West Boylston, WorcesterWestern terminus of Route 12 concurrency
0.00.0 Route 12 north – Leominster, FitchburgEastern terminus of Route 12 concurrency
Clinton24.739.8 Route 70 north – Lancaster, LunenburgWestern terminus of Route 70 concurrency
24.839.9 Route 110 east – Harvard, AyerWestern terminus of Route 110 concurrency
25.140.4 Route 110 west – West Boylston, WorcesterEastern terminus of Route 110 concurrency
27.243.8 Route 70 south – WorcesterEastern terminus of Route 70 concurrency
Berlin31.951.3 I-495 – Marlboro, LowellExit 67 on I-495 (formerly exit 26); partial cloverleaf interchange
MiddlesexHudson33.954.6 Route 85 north – BoltonWestern terminus of Route 85 concurrency
34.054.7 Route 85 south – MarlboroEastern terminus of Route 85 concurrency
Stow39.363.2 Route 117 west – Bolton, LancasterWestern terminus of Route 117 concurrency
Maynard41.366.5 Route 117 east – Weston, WalthamEastern terminus of Route 117 concurrency
42.368.1 Route 27 south – SudburyWestern terminus of Route 27 concurrency
42.468.2 Route 27 north – ActonEastern terminus of Route 27 concurrency
Concord46.675.0 Route 2 / Route 2A – Boston, Lexington, Fitchburg, AyerConcord Turnpike
Bedford52.484.3 Route 4 north / Route 225 west – Chelmsford, CarlisleWestern terminus of Route 4 / Route 225 concurrency
53.485.9 Route 4 south / Route 225 east – Lexington, BostonEastern terminus of Route 4 / Route 225 concurrency
55.188.7 US 3 to I-95 – Lowell, Nashua, NHExit 73 on US 3 (Northwest Expressway); partial cloverleaf interchange
Burlington55.889.8Middlesex TurnpikeBedford, Burlington
57.993.2 Route 3A north – BillericaWestern terminus of Route 3A concurrency
58.694.3 Route 3A south – BurlingtonEastern terminus of Route 3A concurrency
Wilmington61.899.5 Route 38 / Route 129 – Woburn, Reading
64.2103.3 I-93 – Boston, Concord, NHExit 34 (formerly exit 40) on I-93 (Northern Expressway); partial cloverleaf interchange
North Reading66.6107.2 Route 28 north – AndoverWestern terminus of Route 28 concurrency
66.8107.5 Route 28 south – ReadingEastern terminus of Route 28 concurrency
EssexMiddleton73.2117.8 Route 114 east – Peabody, SalemWestern terminus of Route 114 concurrency
73.3118.0 Route 114 west – Andover, LawrenceEastern terminus Route 114 concurrency
Danvers76.1122.5 US 1 to I-95 north – Lynnfield, Boston, Topsfield, Portsmouth, NHCloverleaf interchange
76.3122.8 I-95 south – Boston, Providence, RIExit 69 on I-95; entrance from I-95 north only; partial diamond interchange
78.1125.7 Route 35 – Topsfield, Peabody
78.9127.0 Route 128 to I-95 / US 1 – Boston, GloucesterExit 43 on Route 128; diamond interchange
Beverly81.3130.8 Route 1A – Beverly, Hamilton
81.7131.5 Route 22 – Essex, Beverly
82.18132.26 Route 127 – Manchester-by-the-Sea, RockportEastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


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