Massachusetts Route 148
Map of Worcester County in central Massachusetts with Route 148 highlighted in red
|Maintained by MassDOT|
|Length:||19.68 mi (31.67 km)|
|South end:||US 20 in Sturbridge|
| Route 9 in Brookfield
Route 67 in North Brookfield
|North end:||Route 122 in Oakham|
Route 148 is a south–north highway in central Massachusetts. Route 148 begins at U.S. Route 20 in Fiskdale, a village in Sturbridge. The highway runs north under Interstate 90 (the Massachusetts Turnpike) without an intersection and past the Tantasqua Regional High School before entering Brookfield, where there is a very brief concurrency with Route 9 in the center of the town. Route 148 then enters North Brookfield and becomes concurrent with Route 67 through the center of the town. After the two highways diverge, Route 148 passes through the southeastern corner of New Braintree for less than 0.5-mile (0.80 km) and then enters Oakham, where the highway ends at Route 122.
Route 148 was extended after 1986 from the southern intersection with Route 67 in North Brookfield to Route 122 in Oakham; however, signage for the highway north of Route 67 is very spotty.
The entire route is in Worcester County.
|Sturbridge||0.00||0.00||US 20||Southern terminus of Route 148.|
|1.5||2.4||I‑90 / Mass Pike||No access between I-90 / Mass. Pike and Route 148.|
|Brookfield||7.6||12.2||Route 9||Western terminus of Route 9/148 concurrency.|
|7.7||12.4||Route 9||Eastern terminus of Route 9/148 concurrency.|
|North Brookfield||10.6||17.1||Route 67||Southern terminus of Route 67/148 concurrency.|
|12.3||19.8||Route 67||Northern terminus of Route 67/148 concurrency.|
|Oakham||19.68||31.67||Route 122||Northern terminus of Route 148.|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
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