Indiana State Road

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Michigan Road - Today
... Indiana State Road 29, originally much longer, followed the route from Madison to Bryantsburg, and from Napoleon in the south to Logansport in the north ... Indiana State Road 25 followed the original route to Rochester, Indiana ... Route 31 followed the original route from Rochester to South Bend, Indiana ...
Lewis Township, Clay County, Indiana - Geography - Major Highways
... Indiana State Road 48 Indiana State Road 59 Indiana State Road 159 Indiana State Road 246 ...
Southwestern Indiana - Highways - Interstate 69 - A Highway Underway
... As of July 15, a section of Indiana State Road 68 has been closed to through traffic, but reopened on June 16, 2009 ... highways to be closed in the future include Indiana State Road 57, Indiana State Road 168, and Indiana State Road 64 ...
Jackson Township, Fountain County, Indiana - Geography
... Indiana State Road 32 runs along a portion of the northern border before veering east–southeast through the northeastern part of the township ... Indiana State Road 234 runs from east to west through the southern part of the township ... Indiana State Road 341 begins at State Road 234 and runs north through Wallace before leaving the township ...
Indiana State Road 933
... State Road 933 (SR 933) is a part of the Indiana State Road that runs between Elkhart and South Bend in US state of Indiana ... (27.09 km) of SR 933 that lie within Indiana serve as a major conduit ... SR 933 was first designated as a state road in the 1990s ...

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