Massachusetts Route 115

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Route 115 marker

Route 115
Map of southeastern Massachusetts with Route 115 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by MassDOT
Length: 10.87 mi[1] (17.49 km)
Major junctions
South end: Route 140 in Foxborough
North end: Route 27 in Sherborn
Counties: Norfolk, Middlesex
Highway system
Route 114A Route 116

Route 115 is a short south–north highway in southeastern Massachusetts. The route connects several small towns in western Norfolk County, ending just into Middlesex County in Sherborn.

Route description[edit]

Route 115 northbound entering Millis

Route 115 begins at Route 140 in Foxborough, just north of where that route crosses U.S. Route 1. Almost immediately, the route crosses the far northeastern corner of Wrentham before passing into the town of Norfolk. In Norfolk the route crosses Route 1A before continuing northwestward, passing Stony Brook Pond and the Bristol Blake State Reservation before crossing through the center of town near the Norfolk commuter rail station. From there, Route 115 continues northward into Millis, crossing the Charles River and intersecting Route 109 at the center of town. It then continues northward, crossing into Sherborn. Once in Sherborn, the route shortly ends at Route 27, just west of that route's crossing of the Charles River into the town of Medfield.

Route 115 is in large part a scenic highway, mostly meandering through rather dense woods, with the exception being the town center of Millis, which is home to many shops and banks. Route 115 also passes through the center of Norfolk, but this is a much smaller and less developed town than Millis.

Major intersections[edit]

County Location mi km Destinations Notes
Norfolk Foxborough 0.00 0.00 Route 140 to US 1
Norfolk 1.1 1.8 Route 1A
Millis 7.5 12.1 Route 109
Middlesex Sherborn 10.87 17.49 Route 27
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


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