Massachusetts Route 104

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Massachusetts Route 104 marker

Route 104
Map of southeastern Massachusetts with Route 104 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by MassDOT
Length12.54 mi[1] (20.18 km)
Existedby 1933–present
Major junctions
West end US 44 in Taunton
  Route 24 / Route 18 / Route 28 in Bridgewater
East end Route 106 in East Bridgewater
CountiesBristol, Plymouth
Highway system
Route 103Route 105

Route 104 is a 12.54-mile (20.18 km) west–east highway in southeastern Massachusetts.

Route description[edit]

Route 104 begins at U.S. Route 44 in Taunton. The highway crosses less than a thousand feet later thereafter into Raynham and passes through Raynham Center. The highway crosses over Interstate 495 without an interchange, enters Bridgewater, abuts the southern shore of Lake Nippenicket and intersects with Route 24, all within a space of about one mile (1.6 km). Route 104 then goes through the center of Bridgewater, intersecting with the northern end of the Route 18 and 28 concurrency in a three-route concurrency for a short distance which is signed as a rotary. Just east of the rotary is the location of Bridgewater State College, which Route 104 passes and grants entrance to. It is at that same point where commuters may enter campus to gain access to the Bridgewater station of the MBTA's Middleborough-Lakeville commuter rail line. The highway then passes by the source of the Taunton River and ends at Route 106 in East Bridgewater astride the East Bridgewater/Bridgewater town line.

Major intersections[edit]

BristolTaunton0.000.00 US 44Western terminus of Route 104.
PlymouthBridgewater5.28.4 Route 24Route 24 Exit 15.
To I‑495 via Route 24 South.
8.613.8 Route 18 south / Route 28 southSigned as a rotary.
Southern terminus of Route 18/28/104 concurrency.
8.714.0 Route 18 north / Route 28 northSigned as a rotary.
Northern terminus of Route 18/28/104 concurrency.
East Bridgewater12.5420.18 Route 106Eastern terminus of Route 104.
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
  •       Closed/former
  •       Concurrency terminus


External links[edit]

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