Rhode Island Route 116

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Route 116 marker

Route 116
Route information
Maintained by RIDOT
Length: 25.1 mi[1] (40.4 km)
Major junctions
South end: Route 33 / Route 117 in Coventry
  US 6 in Scituate
US 44 in Greenville
Route 146 in Lincoln
North end: Route 114 in Cumberland
Location
Counties: Providence
Highway system

Rhode Island Routes

Route 115 Route 117

Route 116 is a state highway running 25.1 miles (40.4 km) in Providence County, Rhode Island.

Route description[edit]

Route 116 takes the following route through the State:

History[edit]

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Providence County.

Location mi[1] km Destinations Notes
Coventry 0.0 0.0 Route 33 / Route 117 (Washington Street) Southern terminus
Hope 2.9 4.7 Route 115 east (Main Street) West end of Route 115
Scituate 4.9 7.9 Route 12 (Scituate Avenue)
6.9 11.1 Route 14 (Plainfield Pike)
North Scituate 10.7 17.2 US 6 (Hartford Pike)
Greenville 14.0 22.5 US 44 west (Putnam Pike) Southern terminus of concurrency with US 44
14.1 22.7 US 44 east (Putnam Pike) Northern terminus of concurrency with US 44
15.0 24.1 Route 5 south (Cedar Swamp Road) Southern terminus of concurrency with Route 5
Smithfield 16.8 27.0 Route 104 south (Farum Pike) Southern terminus of concurrency with Route 104
17.0 27.4 Route 5 north / Route 104 north (Farum Pike) Northern terminus of concurrency with Routes 5 and 104
18.3 29.5 Route 7 (Douglas Pike)
Lincoln 21.4 34.4 Route 146 to Route 246 Interchange
22.2 35.7 Route 126 (Old River Road)
Blackstone River 23.1 37.2 Bridge
Cumberland 23.3 37.5 Route 122 north (Mendon Road) to I‑295 Southern terminus of concurrency with Route 122
23.4 37.7 Route 122 south (Mendon Road) Southern terminus of concurrency with Route 122
25.1 40.4 Route 114 (Diamond Hill Road) Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Notes[edit]

The Route 116 (Washington Highway) bridge over the Woonasquatucket River is visible in the background

Route 116 is a major corridor in Lincoln, Cumberland and parts of Smithfield.

The interchange between Route 116 and Route 146 was the first cloverleaf interchange to be constructed in the state. As of July 2005 it was in the process of being reconstructed.[needs update]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Google (December 30, 2013). "Route 116" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved December 30, 2013. 

Route map: Bing / Google

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