Maine State Route 27

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State Route 27 marker

State Route 27
Route information
Maintained by MaineDOT
Length: 154.86 mi[1] (249.22 km)
Major junctions
South end: SR 238 in Southport
 

US 1 in Wiscasset
US 201 / SR 9 in Gardiner
US 201 / US 202 / SR 11 in Augusta
I‑95 in Augusta
SR 3 in Augusta
US 2 in New Sharon

US 2 / SR 4 in Farmington
North end: Route 161 in Saint-Augustin-de-Woburn, QC (Coburn Gore-Woburn Border Crossing)
Location
Counties: Lincoln, Kennebec, Franklin, Somerset
Highway system

State Routes in Maine

SR 26A SR 32
Route 27 through downtown Kingfield
Sugarloaf USA seen from Route 27 (and Route 16) in Carrabassett Valley
Cranberry Peak of Bigelow Mountain seen from Route 27 (and Route 16) facing northbound in Carrabassett Valley

State Route 27 is part of Maine's system of numbered state highways, running from the village of Newagen in Southport to the Canadian Border in Coburn Gore. It passes through the major cities, towns, and villages of Boothbay Harbor, Wiscasset, Gardiner, Augusta, the Belgrade Lakes Region, Farmington, Kingfield, and Stratton.

Concurrent Routes[edit]

From South to North, Route 27 overlaps with the following routes:

Other Major Intersections[edit]

Route 27 intersects with US Route 202 and Maine Route 17 at the rotary in downtown Augusta. Just north of downtown Augusta, it crosses Interstate 95 at Exit 112.

Route 3 was extended in 2013 from its previous terminus at Interstate 95 to end at Route 27 in Augusta, to serve the new Alfond Center for Health and Cancer Center.[2]

Major Points of Interest[edit]

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