Indiana State Road 32

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State Road 32 marker

State Road 32
Route information
Maintained by INDOT
Length: 156.79 mi[2] (252.33 km)
Existed: October 1, 1926[1] – present
Major junctions
West end: CR 4 at the Illinois state line
 
East end: SR 47 in Union City
Location
Counties: Vermillion, Fountain, Montgomery, Boone, Hamilton, Madison, Delaware, Randolph
Highway system
US 31 US 33

State Road 32 (SR 32) in the U.S. state of Indiana is an east–west state highway in central Indiana that crosses the entire state, covering a distance of about 157 miles (253 km). The western terminus of SR 32 is at the Illinois state line, southeast of Danville, Illinois, where the state highway becomes a county road. The eastern terminus is at Union City, Indiana, and Union City, Ohio, at the Ohio state border where the highway becomes Ohio State Route 47.

Route description[edit]

SR 32 in western Hamilton County

Between the Illinois state line and Crawfordsville, the highway runs somewhat parallel to Interstate 74. East of Crawfordsville, the highway is a popular alternate route for traffic from parts north and northeast of Indianapolis heading for westbound I-74.

Between I-65 and I-69, SR 32 travels through one of the highest-growth areas in the entire United States: Hamilton County, Indiana.[citation needed] Continuing east from I-69, SR 32 serves the towns of Anderson, Muncie, and Winchester.

The vast majority of SR 32 is rural and undivided. Portions of SR 32 between Muncie and Selma are divided.

Major intersections[edit]

County Location mi[2] km Destinations Notes
Vermillion Highland Township 0.00 0.00 Vermilion CR 4 Western terminus of SR 32 at the Illinois state line
Perrysville 4.46 7.18 SR 63 – Terre Haute
Fountain Millcreek Township 17.73 28.53 US 41 – Terre Haute, Hammond
Jackson Township 22.30 35.89 SR 341 north – Hillsboro Northern end of SR 341 concurrency
22.40 36.05 SR 341 south – Wallace Southern end of SR 341 concurrency
Montgomery Ripley Township 27.77 44.69 SR 25 north – Waynetown, Lafayette Southern terminus of SR 25
Crawfordsville 35.81 57.63 SR 47 south – Waveland Western end of SR 47 concurrency
36.04 58.00 US 231 south – Greencastle Southern end of US 231 concurrency
37.23 59.92 US 136 west / US 231 north – Lafayette, Danville Western end of US 136 and northern end of US 231 concurrencies
37.89 60.98 US 136 east – Speedway Eastern end of US 136 concurrency
38.65 62.20 SR 47 north Eastern end of SR 47 concurrency
Union Township 42.03 67.64 I-74 – Indianapolis, Danville Exit 39 on I-74
Boone Jefferson Township 52.43 84.38 SR 75 – Jamestown, Thorntown
Lebanon 59.51 95.77 I-65 / US 52 – Indianapolis, Gary Exit 140 on I-65
60.57 97.48 SR 39 – Danville, Frankfort
70.55 113.54 US 421 – Indianapolis, Frankfort
Hamilton Westfield 78.51 126.35 US 31 – Indianapolis, Kokomo, South Bend
Noblesville 84.45 135.91 SR 38 west – Frankfort, Lafayette Western end of SR 38 concurrency
84.77 136.42 SR 19 north – Peru Southern terminus of SR 19
86.10 138.56 SR 37 – Indianapolis, Elwood, Marion
87.55 140.90 SR 38 east – Pendleton Eastern end of SR 38 concurrency
Madison Lapel 93.75 150.88 SR 13 – Fortville, Elwood, Wabash
Anderson 105.56 169.88 SR 9 south / SR 232 east – Pendleton Southern end of SR 9 concurrency; western terminus of SR 232
107.01 172.22 SR 9 north – Marion Northern end of SR 9 concurrency
Delaware Chesterfield 111.50 179.44 I-69 – Indianapolis, Fort Wayne Exit 234 on I-69
Muncie US 35 / SR 3 / SR 67 – Indianapolis, Hartford City
Randolph Farmland 137.25 220.88 SR 1 north – Bluffton Northern end of SR 1 concurrency
138.41 222.75 SR 1 south – Cambridge City Southern end of SR 1 concurrency
Winchester 147.10 236.73 US 27 – Richmond, Fort Wayne
Union City 156.57 251.97 SR 28 east
To SR 571 east – Union City, Greenville
Southern end of SR 28 concurrency
156.68 252.15 SR 28 west – Albany Northern end of SR 28 concurrency
156.79 252.33 SR 47 east – Union City, Ansonia Eastern terminus of SR 32 Ohio state line
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Road Numbers to Be Changed". The Hancock-Democrat. The Indianapolis News. September 30, 1926. Retrieved June 9, 2016 – via Newspapers.com.  open access publication - free to read
  2. ^ a b "INDOT Roadway Referencing System" (PDF).