Indiana State Road 356

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State Road 356 marker

State Road 356
Route information
Maintained by INDOT
Western section
Length: 9.94 mi (16.00 km)
Eastern section
Length: 15.43 mi (24.83 km)
Counties: Pike, Scott, Jefferson
Highway system
SR 352 SR 357

State Road 356 in the U.S. state of Indiana consists of two segments, both in the southern portion of the state. The western segment is about 10 miles long, and the eastern segment is about 15 miles long.

Route description[edit]

Western section[edit]

The western section of the road is located in Pike County. It begins in downtown Petersburg at State Road 57 (which is also Main Street) and runs east to State Road 257 near Otwell, Indiana. Part of the Buffalo Trace (road) one of the pioneer roads in Southwestern Indiana. The western section of Indiana State Road 356 is the main East-West road in Algiers, Indiana and Alford, Indiana.

The west section of SR 356

Eastern section[edit]

The eastern section runs through Scott and Jefferson counties. It connects U.S. Route 31 in Vienna, south of Scottsburg, with State Road 62 south of its junction with State Road 56. Halfway through, the highway runs through the town of Lexington.

The east section of SR 356

Major intersections[edit]

County Location mi[1] km Destinations Notes
Pike Petersburg 0.00 0.00 SR 57 – Petersburg, Washington Western terminus of SR 356
Otwell 9.94 16.00 SR 257 – Otwell, Washington Eastern terminus of the western section of SR 356
Gap in route
Scott Vienna 9.94 16.00 US 31 – Sellersburg, Scottsburg Western terminus of the eastern section of SR 356
Scott County 14.53 23.38 SR 3 – Charlestown, Vernon
Lexington 18.04 29.03 SR 203 south Western end of SR 203 concurrency
18.20 29.29 SR 203 north Eastern end of SR 203 concurrency
Jefferson Hanover Township 25.37 40.83 SR 62 – Charlestown, Hanover, Madison Eastern terminus of SR 356
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


  1. ^ "INDOT Roadway Referencing System" (PDF). staff.