Indiana State Road 38

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State Road 38 marker

State Road 38
Bataan Memorial Highway
Route information
Maintained by INDOT
Length: 121.071 mi[2] (194.845 km)
Existed: October 1, 1926[1] – present
Major junctions
West end: Sagamore Parkway/Main Street in Lafayette
 

I-65 in Dayton
US 421 at Kirklin
US 31 near Westfield
SR 37 near Noblesville
I-69 at Pendleton
I-69 at Anderson
US 36 at Pendleton

SR 3 at New Castle
East end: US 35 in Richmond
Location
Counties: Tippecanoe, Clinton, Boone, Hamilton, Madison, Henry, Wayne
Highway system
SR 37 SR 39

State Road 38 in the U.S. State of Indiana serves as a connection between Lafayette in the west and Richmond in the east.

Route description[edit]

State Road 38 begins in Lafayette with State Road 25 and U.S. Route 52. There is an interchange with Interstate 65 at exit 168. It proceeds east-southeast through Frankfort and Sheridan, then through the north Indianapolis suburb of Noblesville. It continues through Pendleton where it crosses Interstate 69, then on through New Castle and Hagerstown. State Road 38 terminates in Richmond where it meets U.S. Route 35.

Major intersections[edit]

County Location mi[2] km Exit Destinations Notes
Tippecanoe Lafayette 0.000 0.000 Sagamore Parkway – Lebanon, Fowler
Main Street – Purdue University
Western terminus of SR 38
Dayton 4.305–
4.577
6.928–
7.366
I-65 – Indianapolis, Gary, Logansport
Clinton Washington Township 16.391 26.379 US 421 north / SR 39 north – Delphi Northern end of US 421 and SR 39 concurrency
Frankfort 21.353 34.364 SR 75 north
22.209 35.742 US 421 south / SR 28 Southern end of US 421 concurrency
Jackson Township 25.802 41.524 SR 39 south Southern end of SR 39 concurrency
Kirklin 34.254 55.126 US 421 – Indianapolis
Hamilton Sheridan 45.358 72.997 SR 47 south Northern terminus of SR 47
Washington Township 50.296–
50.573
80.944–
81.389
US 31 – Indianapolis, Kokomo, South Bend
Noblesville 56.832 91.462 SR 32 west – Westfield Western end of SR 32 concurrency
57.146 91.968 SR 19 north – Peru Southern terminus of SR 19
58.675 94.428 SR 37 – Fishers, Marion
60.010 96.577 SR 32 east – Muncie Eastern end of SR 32 concurrency
Madison Green Township 66.795 107.496 SR 13 – Fortville, Elwood
Pendleton 70.659–
70.810
113.715–
113.958
219 I-69 south – Indianapolis Southern end of I-69 concurrency
Anderson 74.528 119.941 222 I-69 north / SR 9 north / SR 67 north – Anderson, Muncie, Fort Wayne Northern end of I-69, SR 9, and SR 67 concurrences
Pendleton 77.025 123.960 US 36 east Northern end of US 36 concurrency
77.185 124.217 US 36 south / SR 9 south / SR 67 south – Indianapolis, Greenfield Southern end of US 36, SR 9, and SR 67 concurrences
Markleville 82.784 133.228 SR 109 – Knightstown, Anderson
Henry Harrison Township 93.061 149.767 SR 234 west – McCordsville Eastern terminus of SR 234
New Castle 97.021 156.140 SR 3 – Rushville, Muncie
97.889 157.537 SR 103 south – Lewisville Western end of SR 103 concurrency
98.005 157.724 SR 103 north Eastern end of SR 103 concurrency
Wayne Hagerstown 109.940 176.931 SR 1 – Cambridge, Redkey
Richmond 121.071 194.845 US 35 – Muncie Eastern end of SR 38
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 Indiana Department of Transportation (July 2016). Reference Post Book (PDF). Indianapolis: Indiana Department of Transportation. Retrieved January 22, 2017.