Vermont Roads

Vermont



First sign: Towns maintain their own roads; "THROUGH WAY" = state maintenance. Second sign: The A should be bottom-justified, not top-justified. Third sign: Not just 111, but 111, courtesy Doug Kerr.

I-89
I-189
I-91

US 2
US 4
US 5
Alt. US 5, St. Johnsbury
US 7
US 302

Covered bridges
~ Cornish-Windsor
~ Monroe-Barnet
~ Pulp Mill
~ Scott

Arlington
Bayley-Hazen Rd.
Cadys Falls Rd.
Main St., Burlington
Pittsford
South Newfane
South Wheelock Rd.
Stowe

Miscellaneous photos
Backyard railroad in Barnet (US 5)
Lake Champlain Bridge Celebration, 5/19/12
11/12/11 Bennington Road Meet

VT 3
VT 4A
VT 7A
VT 7B
VT 8
VT 8A
VT 9
VT 11
VT 12
VT 14
VT 15
VT 15A
VT 16
VT 17
VT 22A
VT 23
VT-NH 25A
VT 30
~ Scott Covered Bridge, Townshend
VT 31
VT 35
VT 36
VT 53
VT 67A
VT 73
Former VT 73A
VT 74
VT 100
VT 100C
VT 102
VT 110's bridges
VT 112
VT 113
VT 116
VT 125
VT 127
VT 129
VT 132
VT 133
VT 140
VT 144
VT 153
VT 155
VT 235
VT 244
VT 253
VT 279 (Bennington Bypass)
VT 289
VT 313

Buck Hill Rd. in Arlington is definitely not a state primary route. Therefore, the "0114" is correct as a state-maintained township road. "1140" would mean Route 1140 in NY but Route 114 in VT.


The view to the east from High Pond Rd. in Brandon.

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