Indiana State Road 9
State Road 9 in the U.S. State of Indiana is a long north–south state highway in the eastern portion of Indiana. Its southern terminus is near Columbus at State Road 46, and the northern terminus is at the Michigan/Indiana border between Howe, Indiana, and Sturgis, Michigan, where it continues as M-66.
Some of Indiana 9 is divided highway and even freeway, but Interstate 69 largely supplants it as all but a regional route between Huntington and Anderson.
Other articles related to "indiana state road 9":
... Columbus 0.00 0.00 SR 46 – Columbus, Greensburg Southern terminus of SR 9 Shelby Washington Township 16.66 26.81 SR 252 west – Edinburgh Eastern terminus of SR 252 Shelbyville 27.60 44.42 SR 44 west (Colescott ...
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