Indiana State Road 29
|Maintained by INDOT|
|Length:||31.165 mi (50.155 km)|
|Existed:||October 1, 1926 – present|
|South end:||US 421 / SR 28 at Boyleston|
|North end:||US 35 at Logansport|
|Counties:||Clinton, Carroll, Cass|
State Road 29 is a north–south road in north-central Indiana.
The southern terminus of State Road 29 is at U.S. Route 421 and State Road 28 just south of the small town of Boyleston. Going north, it passes through Michigantown in Clinton County, then along the eastern border of Carroll County where it passes through Burlington. Its northern terminus is at U.S. Route 24 and U.S. Route 35 on the south side of Logansport.
At one time, State Road 29 was much longer, going from Madison in the south to Michigan City in the north; when US 421 was commissioned, it took over much of the route. The original road was laid out in the 1830s and construction on the first road was completed in 1841. It was known as "Michigan Road."
The route from Logansport to Michigan city followed the current US 35. Following US 35's commissioning in Indiana, SR 29 became concurrent with US 35. SR 29's northern terminus was truncated to Logansport by 1955 in favor of US 35.
|Clinton||Michigan Township||0.000||0.000||US 421 / SR 28 – Frankfort, Indianapolis, Tipton||Southern terminus of SR 29|
|Warren Township||9.411||15.146||SR 26 – Lafayette, Kokomo|
|Carroll||Burlington||13.858||22.302||SR 22 east – Kokomo||Western terminus of SR 22|
|Carrollton Township||18.463||29.713||SR 18 west – Delphi||Southern end of SR 18 concurrency|
|19.032||30.629||SR 18 east – Marion||Northern end of SR 18 concurrency|
|Washington Township||22.843||36.762||SR 218 west||Southern end of SR 218 concurrency|
|26.420||42.519||SR 218 east||Northern end of SR 218 concurremcy|
|Cass||Washington Township||30.672||49.362||SR 329 north||Southern terminus of SR 329|
|US 35 / US 24 / SR 25 / Hoosier Heartland – LaPorte, Peru||Northern terminus of SR 29|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
- "Road Numbers to Be Changed". The Hancock-Democrat. The Indianapolis News. September 30, 1926. Retrieved June 9, 2016 – via Newspapers.com.
- Indiana Department of Transportation (July 2016). Reference Post Book (PDF). Indianapolis: Indiana Department of Transportation. Retrieved January 21, 2017.