Route 10A (Vermont–New Hampshire)

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Route 10A
Route information
Length: 1.070 mi (1.722 km)
Vermont: 0.522 mi (0.840 km)[1]
New Hampshire: 0.548 mi (0.882 km)[2]
Major junctions
West end: I‑91 / US 5 near Norwich, Vermont
East end: NH 10 in Hanover, New Hampshire
Highway system
State highways in Vermont
NH 10 NH NH 11
VT 10 VT VT 11

Route 10A (New Hampshire Route 10A (NH 10A) and Vermont Route 10A (VT 10A)) is a 1.070-mile-long (1.722 km) highway in the states of Vermont and New Hampshire. The route begins at Interstate 91 and U.S. Route 5 in the town of Norwich, Vermont and ends at New Hampshire Route 10 in Hanover, New Hampshire. Route 10A is a spur route of New Hampshire Route 10 and its extension in Vermont is not related to Vermont Route 10.

Route description[edit]

A bridge crosses an icy river
Route 10A crosses the Connecticut River over the Ledyard Bridge

Route 10A begins at the interchange where Interstate 91 and U.S. Route 5 meet south of the town of Norwich, Vermont. From the interchange, it heads east towards the Connecticut River. It crosses the Ledyard Bridge over the river and enters Hanover, New Hampshire where it becomes West Wheelock Street. NH 10A ends at Main Street, which carries New Hampshire Route 10, in downtown Hanover. NH 10A is the shortest state highway in New Hampshire.

Major intersections[edit]

State County Location[1][2] mi[1][2] km Destinations Notes
Vermont Windsor Norwich 0.000 0.000 I‑91 south / US 5 – Norwich, Wilder, White River Junction Exit 13 on I-91
0.210 0.338 I‑91 north – Thetford, St. Johnsbury
Connecticut River 0.522
Ledyard Bridge
New Hampshire Grafton Hanover 0.548 0.882 NH 10 (Main Street)
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


  1. ^ a b c Traffic Research Unit (May 2013). "2012 (Route Log) AADTs for State Highways" (PDF). Policy, Planning and Intermodal Development Division, Vermont Agency of Transportation. Retrieved March 10, 2015. 
  2. ^ a b c Bureau of Planning & Community Assistance (February 20, 2015). "NH Public Roads". Concord, New Hampshire: New Hampshire Department of Transportation. Retrieved April 7, 2015.