Indiana State Road 110

State Road 110 (SR 110) is an east–west state road, that consists of two discontinuous sections, in the northern part of the US state of Indiana. The western portion of SR 110 is just under 2.5 miles (4.0 km) long and connects SR 10 with U.S. Route 231 (US 231) in Jasper County. The eastern portion runs along the border between Fulton County and Marshall County; it is approximately 16.4 miles (26.4 km) long and connects SR 17 at the west end with SR 25 at the east end. Neither segment passes through any towns or cities and passes through mostly rural agriculture land.

State Road 110 marker

State Road 110
Route information
Maintained by INDOT
Length18.880 mi[1] (30.384 km)
Western segment
Length2.485 mi[1] (3.999 km)
West end SR 10
East end US 231
Eastern segment
Length16.395 mi[1] (26.385 km)
West end SR 17
Major
junctions
US 31
East end SR 25
Location
CountiesFulton, Jasper, Marshall
Highway system
SR 109SR 111

The SR 110 designation was first used in the early 1940s along the modern route of SR 110 in Jasper County. The eastern segment was added by the mid-1940s, running between SR 17 and US 31. The eastern terminus became SR 25 by the mid-1950s and the entire roadway was paved by the mid-1960s.

Route descriptionEdit

Western segmentEdit

The western segment of SR 110 begins at an intersection with SR 10 and SR 110 head east passing through agriculture land. The road has an intersection with a county road before an intersection with US 231. The SR 110 designation ends at US 231 but the roadway continues east as a county road.[1][2][3] The highest traffic count for the western segment of SR 110 in 2015 was at its western end, where 4,299 vehicles travel the highway on average each day. The lowest traffic count during 2015 was at the eastern end of the western segment of SR 110, where 3,714 vehicles travel the highway on average each day.[4]

Eastern segmentEdit

The eastern segment of SR 110 begins at an intersection with SR 17. SR 110 heads east along the Fulton-Marshall county line having an intersection with the southern end of SR 117. The road continues east passing through farmland, before an intersection with US 31. The road crosses a railroad track, while the landscape along the road become more woodland. SR 110 crosses over the Tippecanoe River before bending southeast off of the county line and into Fulton County. In Fulton County SR 110 ends at an intersection with SR 25, just west of an intersection between SR 25 and SR 331.[1][2][5] The highest traffic count for the eastern segment of SR 110 in 2016 was just west of US 31, where 1,414 vehicles travel the highway on average each day. The lowest traffic count during 2016 was at the western end of the eastern segment of SR 110, where 984 vehicles travel the highway on average each day.[6]

HistoryEdit

The first segment of SR 110 to be designation is the western segment designated in either 1941 or 1942. At the time of designation SR 110 was routed along its modern routing between SR 10 and SR 53, now US 231.[7][8] The eastern section was added to the state road system between 1942 and 1945, originally routed along modern SR 110 from SR 17 to US 31.[8][9] SR 110 was extended east to SR 25 between 1953 and 1956.[10][11] The entire route was paved in either 1963 or 1964.[12][13]

Major intersectionsEdit

CountyLocationmi[1]kmDestinationsNotes
JasperKeener Township0.0000.000  SR 10Western terminus of SR 110
Walker Township2.4853.999  US 231 – Crown Point, RensselaerEastern terminus of the western section of SR 110
Gap in route
MarshallFulton
county line
UnionAubbeenaubbee
township line
2.4864.001  SR 17 – Logansport, PlymouthWestern terminus of the eastern section of SR 110
5.3248.568  SR 117 north – MaxinkuckeeSouthern terminus of SR 117
WalnutRichland
township line
12.55220.200  US 31 – Indianapolis, South Bend
FultonNewcastle Township18.88030.384  SR 25 – Rochester, Talma, Warsaw, MentoneEastern terminus of SR 110
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e f Indiana Department of Transportation (July 2015). Reference Post Book (PDF). Indianapolis: Indiana Department of Transportation. Retrieved October 13, 2016.
  2. ^ a b Indiana Department of Transportation (2017). Indiana Roadway Map 2017 (PDF) (Map). 1:550,000. Indianapolis: Indiana Department of Transportation. OCLC 976397802. Retrieved April 3, 2017.
  3. ^ Google (April 3, 2017). "Indiana State Road 110" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved April 3, 2017.
  4. ^ Indiana Department of Transportation (2015). "Traffic Count Database System". Indianapolis: Indiana Department of Transportation. Retrieved April 3, 2017.
  5. ^ Google (April 3, 2017). "Indiana State Road 110" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved April 3, 2017.
  6. ^ Indiana Department of Transportation (2016). "Traffic Count Database System". Indianapolis: Indiana Department of Transportation. Retrieved April 3, 2017.
  7. ^ Indiana State Highway Commission (1941). State Highway System of Indiana (Map). 1:633,600. Indiana State Highway Commission. OCLC 64574634. Retrieved April 3, 2017 – via Indiana State Library and Historical Bureau.
  8. ^ a b Indiana State Highway Commission (1942). State Highway System of Indiana (Map). 1:720,000. Indiana State Highway Commission. OCLC 64382867. Retrieved April 3, 2017 – via Indiana State Library and Historical Bureau.
  9. ^ Indiana State Highway Commission (1945). State Highway System of Indiana (Map). 1:633,600. Indiana State Highway Commission. OCLC 123132182. Retrieved April 3, 2017 – via Indiana State Library and Historical Bureau.
  10. ^ Indiana State Highway Department (1953). State Highway System of Indiana (Map). 1:660,000. Indiana State Highway Department. OCLC 64574685. Retrieved April 3, 2017 – via Indiana State Library and Historical Bureau.
  11. ^ Indiana State Highway Department (1956). State Highway System of Indiana (Map). 1:660,000. Indiana State Highway Department. OCLC 64383090. Retrieved April 3, 2017 – via Indiana State Library and Historical Bureau.
  12. ^ Indiana State Highway Commission (1963). Indiana State Highway System (Map) (1963–1964 ed.). 1:633,600. Indiana State Highway Commission. OCLC 883418455. Retrieved April 3, 2017 – via Indiana State Library and Historical Bureau.
  13. ^ Indiana State Highway Commission (1964). Indiana State Highway System (Map). 1:640,000. Indiana State Highway Commission. OCLC 65195866. Retrieved April 3, 2017 – via Indiana State Library and Historical Bureau.

External linksEdit

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