Maine State Route 35

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State Route 35 marker

State Route 35
Route information
Maintained by MaineDOT
Length: 91.64 mi[citation needed] (147.48 km)
Existed: 1964 (current alignment) – present
Major junctions
South end: SR 9 / SR 9A in Kennebunk
  US 1 / SR 9A in Kennebunk
I-95.svg I-95 / Maine Tpk. in Kennebunk
US 202 / SR 4 / SR 4A in Hollis
US 302 in Windham/Naples
North end: SR 26 in Bethel
Location
Counties: York, Cumberland, Oxford
Highway system
SR 32 SR 37
Northbound in Kennebunk

Maine State Route 35 runs the course of western Maine, from Bethel to Kennebunk. It passes through Oxford, Cumberland and York Counties. It is known in its lower sections for both its unusually windy course as well as its notoriously poor paving, as a result of winter frost heaves. Its northern section leads to the famous ski resort, Sunday River. The route crosses the Presumpscot River and a well preserved section of the Cumberland and Oxford Canal approximately one mile west of U.S. Route 302 in North Windham.

There is currently a state of confusion regarding where exactly Route 35 exists between the junction at Hunt's Corner Road and Route 5, and the town of Bethel. Historically, Route 35 leaves Route 5 at this point and takes a more easterly route toward Bethel, ending up being signed as Vernon St at the junction of Main Street in Bethel. Current (2006) maps from the American Automobile Association and Mapquest still show this route as Route 35. However, in reality, as of July 4, 2006 Route 5 is signed as both Routes 5 and 35 all the way to U.S. Route 2 in Bethel. The question of when the "old" Route 35 was switched to follow Route 5 is an open issue. Personal experience from November 1, 2004 indicated that the "old" Route 35 was barely being maintained, so one could speculate that the decision to realign this state route to double up with Route 5 happened roughly near this time.[original research?]

Junction List[edit]

County Location mi km Destinations Notes
York Kennebunk 0.00 0.00 SR 9 / SR 9A west Southern terminus of SR 35 at SR 9.
Eastern terminus of SR 9A at SR 9.
Eastern terminus of concurrency with SR 9A.
3.5 5.6 US 1 north Northern terminus of wrong-way concurrency with US 1.
3.6 5.8 US 1 south / SR 9A west Northern terminus of concurrencies with US 1 and SR 9A.
5.3 8.5 I‑95 (Maine Turnpike)
Kennebunk Service Plaza.
Exit 25 on I-95 (Maine Turnpike)
Arundel 10.3–
10.4
16.6–
16.7
No major junctions.
Lyman 12.0 19.3 SR 111
Dayton 17.0 27.4 SR 5
Hollis 21.3 34.3 US 202 / SR 4 / SR 4A north Southern terminus of SR 4A and concurrency with SR 4A.
21.6 34.8 SR 4A north Northern terminus of concurrency with SR 4A.
21.7 34.9 SR 117
26.7 43.0 Moderation Street To SR 112
Buxton 29.5 47.5 SR 22 east Western terminus of SR 22.
Cumberland Standish 33.3 53.6 SR 25
35.4 57.0 SR 114
37.0 59.5 SR 237 south Northern terminus of SR 237.
Windham 42.3 68.1 US 302 east / SR 115 east Eastern terminus of concurrency with US 302.
Western terminus of SR 115.
Raymond 46.7 75.2 SR 85 north Southern terminus of SR 85.
47.2 76.0 SR 121 north Southern terminus of SR 121.
Casco 49.6–
54.1
79.8–
87.1
No major junctions.
Naples 54.9 88.4 SR 11 north Northern terminus of wrong-way concurrency with SR 11.
55.8 89.8 US 302 west / SR 11 south Northern terminus of concurrencies with US 302 and SR 11.
Harrison 66.9 107.7 SR 117 north Northern terminus of wrong-way concurrency with SR 117.
67.2 108.1 SR 117 south Southern terminus of wrong-way concurrency with SR 117.
Bridgton 68.1–
68.8
109.6–
110.7
No major intersections.
Oxford Waterford 69.8 112.3 SR 37 south Southern terminus of concurrency with SR 37.
72.5 116.7 SR 37 north Northern terminus of concurrency with SR 37.
77.1 124.1 SR 118 east Western terminus of SR 118.
Albany Township 78.1 125.7 SR 5 south Southern terminus of concurrency with SR 5.
Bethel 90.8 146.1 US 2 west Western terminus of concurrency with US 2.
91.64 147.48 US 2 east / SR 5 north / SR 26 Northern terminus of SR 35.
Northern terminus of concurrencies with US 2 and SR 5.
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References[edit]

Ref: Department of Transportation, Augusta, Maine. Public Records File.