Maine State Route 164
State Route 164 (SR 164) is part of Maine's system of numbered state highways. It runs 23.6 miles (38.0 km) from Presque Isle to Caribou. It begins at an intersection with U.S. Route 1 (US 1) just north of downtown Presque Isle and travels northwest along the Aroostook River to Crouseville and Washburn. In Washburn, it intersects SR 228. From there, it heads northeast to downtown Caribou. In Caribou, it splits into a one-way pair and also forms a concurrency with SR 161B. The southbound direction of travel through Caribou (physically traveling mostly west) intersects SR 89 at its western terminus. After traveling through the center of the city, the road heads south along Main Street to end at US 1 south of the city center.
|Maintained by MaineDOT|
|Length||23.63 mi (38.03 km)|
|South end||US 1 in Presque Isle|
|North end||US 1 in Caribou|
The entire route is in Aroostook County.
|Presque Isle||0.00||0.00||US 1 (Main Street) / Reach Road – Caribou, Van Buren|
|Washburn||9.92||15.96||SR 228T north (Canaan Avenue) – Perham||Southern terminus of SR 228T|
|10.38||16.70||SR 228 east (Hines Street) – Perham||Western terminus of SR 228|
|Caribou||20.10||32.35||SR 161B (Hatch Drive)||Southern end of SR 161B concurrency; SR 164 and SR 161B in one-way pairs|
|20.74||33.38||SR 161 south (Fort Street) to US 1 / SR 161||Northern end of SR 161B concurrency|
|23.63||38.03||US 1 (Presque Isle Road) / Dow Siding Road – Presque Isle, Limestone|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|
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