U.S. Route 35
|Length:||412 mi (663 km)|
|Existed:||1934 – present|
|South end:||I-64 at Scott Depot, WV|
|US 30 near Hamlet, IN|
|North end:||US 20 at Michigan City, IN|
U.S. Route 35 (US 35) is a north-south United States highway that runs northwest-southeast for approximately 412 miles (663 km) from northern Indiana to the western suburbs of Charleston, West Virginia. The highway's northern terminus is in Michigan City, Indiana, at U.S. Route 20. Its southern terminus is in Scott Depot, West Virginia, at Interstate 64. Currently, the West Virginia portion of the highway is being expanded to four lanes, mostly along a completely new route. The Ohio portion has already been upgraded to a four-lane highway/freeway between the West Virginia state line and Trotwood, west of Dayton, Ohio.
In West Virginia from Scott Depot to Point Pleasant, US 35 is currently being expanded to a four-lane expressway. Currently the route is four lanes from I-64 to the junction with the bridge to Buffalo (West Virginia Route 869), which serves the large Toyota engine and transmission plant in Buffalo, and continues as a 2-lane route for 12 miles (19 km) to another four lane section of eight miles (6 km) to the Ohio River, which is the state line.
The remaining 12 mile gap is currently "unfunded". A possibility of completion as a toll road has been put forward.
Signed east-west in Ohio, US 35 crosses the Ohio River on the Silver Memorial Bridge, and enters Ohio. The first interchange is located adjacent to the Gallia-Meigs Regional Airport in Gallipolis as well as State Route 7. From there, it continues as a full freeway towards Jackson, with interchanges at SR 160, SR 850, and SR 325. Passing Rio Grande, the highway becomes a four-lane at-grade expressway when it reaches Centerville. This setup continues until SR 32 where the highway bypasses Jackson. A strange interchange configuration currently exists at US 35 and SR 32 - an interchange called a windmill interchange. Each highway has ramps that exit to the other highway ending at an intersection that one can travel either direction. This is odd because both highways end up having at-grade intersections, albeit with a grade-separation of the main highway corridors. Continuing west, the highway reverts to an expressway until it reaches Richmond Dale. The section between Richmond Dale and Chillicothe was upgraded to a full freeway in 2005 and includes a large cut through a 1,000 feet (300 m) ridge. This section of road provides westbound motorists with a panoramic view of the Scioto River valley. Travelers eastbound at Chillicothe near the Bridge Street exit can see the hills that are shown on the Great Seal of the State of Ohio. The next major interchange is with Interstate 71 in Jeffersonville. As the route continues through flat farmlands, it has a full-access interchange with I-675 in Beavercreek. Several miles later, US 35 opens into a three-lane highway (with five lanes in some parts) through downtown Dayton and has another full-access interchange with Interstate 75 in downtown Dayton. The Ohio portion of US 35 merges with Interstate 70 near New Paris. The portion of US 35 from the western edge of Dayton to the merge with I-70 is the only two-lane section remaining, passing through the city of Eaton. US 35 is a major Appalachian corridor linking I-70 and points west to I-64 and points east.
US 35 enters Indiana with I-70, and splits off on the northwest side of Richmond. US 35 then travels in a northwest path through the cities of Muncie, Gas City, Greentown, Kokomo, Logansport, Winamac, Knox and La Porte before terminating at US 20 in Michigan City.
Originally, US 35 was routed from Charleston, West Virginia on the north side of the Kanawha River (the current West Virginia Route 62) until the collapse of the Silver Bridge in 1967. When the new Silver Memorial Bridge was completed in 1969, US 35 was moved to the south side of the river (the former West Virginia Route 17) and its terminus was in St. Albans, West Virginia at the junction of US 60.
On October 1, 2009, the State of Indiana transferred the western 5.31 miles (8.55 km) of US 35 to Michigan City's local highway system. US 35 in Michigan City is currently being served by commercial traffic that travels in and out of downtown (where it originally terminated at US 12); according to local traffic counts, only half of the measured traffic on US 35 is through traffic. After the transfer of control, Michigan City began reconstructing the road using local, state and federal-aid funds. The change was approved by AASHTO on October 17, 2008.
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|West Virginia||Putnam||Scott Depot|| I-64 – Huntington, Charleston
CR 33 (Teays Valley Rd) – Scott Depot
|Interchange at I–64 Exit 40|
|Teays Valley||WV 34 – Teays Valley|
|Fraziers Bottom||WV 869 to WV 62 – Buffalo||Western terminus of WV 869|
|WV 817 south||Northern terminus of WV 817|
|Mason||Point Pleasant||WV 2 – Point Pleasant, Huntington|
|Ohio River||Silver Memorial Bridge (state line)|
|SR 735 east||Western terminus of SR 735|
|Gallipolis Township||SR 160|
|Springfield Township||SR 850|
|Rio Grande||SR 325|
|Centerville||SR 279 west||Eastern terminus of SR 279|
|Jackson||Franklin Township||SR 327|
|Jackson||SR 32 / SR 124|
|SR 788 north||Southern terminus of SR 788|
|Ross||Chillicothe||US 50 east||Southern end of US 50 concurrency|
|US 23 south||Southern end of US 23 concurrency|
|US 50 west||Northern terminus of US 50 concurrency|
|US 23 north||Northern end of US 23 concurrency|
|Concord Township||SR 138|
|Fayette||Washington Court House||SR 753|
|US 22 / US 62 / SR 3|
|Jefferson Township||SR 435 to I-71|
|Beavercreek||SR 835 east||Eastern terminus of SR 835|
|Montgomery||Dayton||SR 835 east||Western terminus of SR 835|
|35.30||56.81||I-75 – Cincinnati, Toledo|
|Drexel||30.22||48.63||SR 49 north – Greenville||Southern terminus of SR 49|
|Preble||West Alexandria||17.22||27.71||SR 503|
|Eaton||11.92||19.18||SR 122 east||Eastern end of SR 122 concurrency|
|11.42||18.38||SR 122 west||Western end of SR 122 concurrency|
|Jackson Township||2.38||3.83||SR 320 north||Southern terminus of SR 320|
|1.66||2.67||I-70 east||Eastern end of I–70 concurrency|
|Ohio–Indiana state line|
|7.25||11.67||I-70 west||Western end of I–70 concurrency|
|8.51||13.70||SR 38 west||Eastern terminus of SR 38|
|Dalton Township||23.15||37.26||SR 1|
||No major junctions|
|Delaware||Muncie||41.09||66.13||SR 3 south / SR 67 south||Southern end of SR 3/SR 67 concurrency|
|47.21||75.98||SR 67 north||Northern end of SR 67 concurrency|
|50.10||80.63||SR 3 north / SR 28 east||Northern end of SR 3 concurrency; eastern terminus of SR 28 concurrency|
|Harrison Township||60.11||96.74||I-69 south / SR 28 west||Southern end of I–69 concurrency; western end of SR 28 concurrency|
|Grant||Jefferson Township||70.34||113.20||SR 26|
|Gas City||74.46||119.83||I-69 north / SR 22 east||Northern end of I–69 concurrency; eastern end of SR 22 concurrency|
|Jonesboro||78.73||126.70||SR 15 north||Southern terminus of SR 15|
|Sims Township||89.28||143.68||SR 13 / SR 19 north||Eastern end of SR 19 concurrency|
|Howard||Greentown||96.19||154.80||SR 213 south||Northern terminus of SR 213|
|Taylor Township||100.13||161.14||SR 19 south||Western end of SR 19 concurrency|
|Kokomo||104.12||167.56||US 31 south / SR 22 west||Southern end of US 31 concurrency; western end of SR 22 concurrency|
|108.73||174.98||US 31 north||Northern end of US 31 concurrency|
|Logansport||126.13||202.99||US 24 east||Eastern end of US 24 concurrency|
|130.30||209.70||SR 29 south||Northern terminus of SR 29|
|131.92||212.30||US 24 west||Western end of US 24 concurrency|
|Royal Center||141.27||227.35||SR 16|
|Pulaski||Winamac||155.15||249.69||SR 119 south||Northern terminus of the southern section of SR 119|
|155.65||250.49||SR 14||Southern end of SR 14 concurrency|
|155.77||250.69||SR 14 east||Northern terminus of SR 14 concurrency|
|Starke||Bass Lake||165.79||266.81||SR 10 east||Southern end of SR 10 concurrency|
|167.18||269.05||SR 10 west||Northern end of SR 10 concurrency|
|Knox||172.19||277.11||SR 8 east||Southern end of SR 8 concurrency|
|Center Township||174.20||280.35||SR 8||Northern end of SR 8 concurrency|
|LaPorte||South Center||185.80||299.02||US 6 east||Eastern end of US 6 concurrency|
|Kingsbury||190.75||306.98||US 6 west||Western end of US 6 concurrency|
|La Porte||197.58||317.97||SR 2 / SR 39 south||Southern end of SR 39 concurrency|
|199.44||320.97||SR 39 north||Northern end of SR 39 concurrency|
|Michigan City||204.91||329.77||US 20||Northern terminus of US 35|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
- Droz, Robert V. U.S. Highways : From US 1 to (US 830). URL accessed 02:55, 4 July 2006 (UTC).
- "West Virginia US 35 Deletion Request". American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials. Retrieved 2008-10-11.
- Ohio Department of Transportation. "Ohio Byway". Retrieved 2007-07-18.
- Indiana Department of Transportation (2008-08-25). "An Application from the State highway or Transportation Department of Indiana". Retrieved 2008-10-27.
- AASHTO (2008-10-27). "Committee action and approvals". Retrieved 2008-10-27.
- Staff (2004). "Reference Post Book" (PDF). Indianapolis: Indiana Department of Transportation. U-35. Retrieved December 27, 2012.
|Browse numbered routes|
|← WV 34||WV||WV 36 →|
|← SR 34||OH||US 36 →|
|← US 33||IN||US 36 →|