Vermont Route 5A
|Maintained by VTrans|
|Length:||26.422 mi (42.522 km)|
|South end:||US 5 in West Burke|
|North end:||US 5 / VT 105 in Derby Center|
Vermont Route 5A is a state highway in northeastern Vermont, United States. It is an alternate route of U.S. Route 5 that passes along the east shore of Lake Willoughby. VT 5A begins at US 5 in West Burke and ends at US 5 and VT 105 in Derby Center.
VTrans' 2006 Route Log lists the official length of VT 5A to be 19.498 miles (31.379 km), with the last milepost reading at VT 105 in Charleston. However, VT 5A is signed as continuing to Derby Center by way of an overlap with VT 105.
Prior to the U.S. Highway system, the route was designated as New England Interstate Route 2A (NE-2A), part of the New England Interstate Route system that existed between 1922 and 1927. VT 5A now runs over the entirety of NE-2A.
Major intersections 
||West Burke||0.000||0.000||US 5|
||Westmore||11.372||18.301||VT 16||Northern terminus of VT 16|
|Brownington||12.625||20.318||VT 58||Eastern terminus of VT 58|
|Charleston||19.498||31.379||VT 105 east||Southern terminus of overlap|
|Derby Center||26.422||42.522||US 5 / VT 105 west||Northern terminus of VT 5A / VT 105 overlap|
|Concurrency terminus • • Closed Unopened|
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