U.S. Route 202
US 202 highlighted in red
|Auxiliary route of US 2|
|Length||629.6 mi (1,013.2 km)|
|South end||US 13 / US 40 in New Castle, DE|
US 1A Bus. / US 2 in Bangor, ME
|States||Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine|
U.S. Route 202 (US 202) is a spur route of U.S Route 2. It follows a northeasterly and southwesterly direction stretching from Delaware to Maine, also traveling through the states of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire. The highway has borne the number 202 since at least 1936. Before this, sections of the highway were designated U.S. Route 122, as it intersected US 22. Its current designation is based on its intersection with US 2 in Maine.
This highway is considerably longer than the eastern segment of US 2, making it one of several three-digit U.S. highways to be longer than their parent routes.
US 202 begins at an interchange with US 13/US 40 south of Wilmington. It runs north along the same road as Delaware Route 141, then joins with Interstate 95 through Wilmington. North of the city, it exits the freeway onto Concord Pike, heading north; Delaware Route 202 also continues south from this point. US 202 continues north towards the state line as a six-lane arterial road and is lined with numerous strip malls and "big-box stores".
US 202 continues north toward West Chester, joining with US 322 after intersecting U.S. Route 1. South of West Chester, US 202/322 exits onto a limited-access bypass of the borough; that is the old West Chester By-Pass, and includes a grade-level intersection at Matlack Street. North of West Chester, US 322 exits, and US 202 continues north as a freeway towards Frazer, where it interchanges with U.S. Route 30 and bends east to head towards Malvern and King of Prussia. The stretch between Mill Lane in Malvern to King of Prussia was recently widened to three lanes in each direction. In King of Prussia, the highway forms a large, complicated interchange with the Schuylkill Expressway, the Pennsylvania Turnpike, and U.S. Route 422.
The freeway then transitions into a divided highway, passing the King of Prussia mall and heading northeast through commercial areas before splitting into a one-way pair through the streets of Bridgeport and Norristown, crossing the Schuylkill River in the process.
North of Norristown, US 202 continues as a two-lane road heading northeast through the Philadelphia suburbs, passing through Blue Bell and Lower Gwynedd, where it becomes a four-lane full-access highway for about two miles (3 km). East of Lansdale, in Montgomeryville, it turns into a parkway with a parallel trail, which opened in December 2012. It continues northeast towards Doylestown, where it joins an older section of bypass at Pennsylvania Route 611 and proceeds north to the old alignment of Route 202 (State Street). It continues as a two-lane road to New Hope, crossing the Delaware River on the New Hope-Lambertville Toll Bridge.
On the toll bridge, US 202 has two lanes in each direction. It continues a northeasterly course for about 5.7 miles (9.2 km) as a freeway. This segment of US 202 was earlier called the US 202 bypass (as it bypassed the New Hope-Lambertville area) from its original route. The old section of US 202 between New Hope and Ringoes, New Jersey is now Route 179 which is also Old York Road, the first roadway to connect New York City and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In 1953, this section of Old York Road was renumbered US 202. A small section of the US 202 bypass was built in 1965 and the old route was renamed Route 179. When the western section of the bypass was built to the Delaware River, the whole former segment was renamed Route 179. The section of the new US 202 freeway section ends once it begins to run concurrently with Route 31 in East Amwell Township. The concurrency runs for five miles (8 km), to Flemington. This stretch, and the 13 miles (21 km) between Flemington and Somerville, is a four-lane divided roadway.
At Somerville, the road merges with US 206 at a now-reconfigured Somerville Circle. Parts of the old traffic circle, which also carries Route 28, remain below the US 202 flyover. US 202 splits northeastward from US 206 at Bedminster Township and again becomes a two-lane road.
From here to the state line, US 202 parallels, and has largely been supplanted by, I-287, which during its construction dumped traffic onto US 202. US 202 continues through Morristown to Morris Plains with an intersection with Route 53. With a few exceptions, US 202 is maintained by counties rather than the New Jersey Department of Transportation north of Route 53.
The following sections are state-maintained:
- At the I-80 interchange
- At the US 46 intersection
- Along the Route 23 concurrency
- At the I-287 interchange in Oakland
US 202 continues past Boonton along the Boonton Turnpike to historic Mountain View in Wayne, where it then picks up Route 23 for about two miles (3 km) and then exits on Black Oak Ridge Road. It then follows the Paterson-Hamburg Turnpike, Terhune Drive on the east side of Pompton Lake (past the former homes of Cecille B. DeMille and Albert Payson Terhune), and Ramapo Valley Road (more or less paralleling the Ramapo River through Oakland) to Mahwah before crossing the New York state line on the Franklin Turnpike.
US 202 is mostly designated east–west in New York, owing to its greater coverage in those directions.
Franklin Turnpike becomes Orange Avenue in Suffern, and US 202 continues to a block-long wrong-way concurrency with NY 59 before tailing off on Wayne Avenue and heading east toward Haverstraw. Most of this stretch is two-lane road.
At Haverstraw, US 202 turns north along US 9W to Bear Mountain and then crosses the Bear Mountain Bridge, running concurrently with US 6, the Grand Army Of The Republic Highway. The two wind around Anthony's Nose, briefly forming New York's only three-way concurrency of U.S. highways with US 9 at Peekskill. Afterwards, the two separate for several miles, with US 202 taking the more southerly route through Somers. The highways reunite at Brewster and become a four-lane road for their last few miles before the state line, taking in NY 121 in the process.
At Danbury, US 6 and 202 climb up onto I-84, which had just been joined by the north–south US 7, making a four-way concurrency. US 7 and 202 split from I-84 and US 6 at Exit 7. It is a two-lane road in southern Brookfield as it follows Federal Road. US 202 diverts from U.S. Route 7 at the next exit to a parallel surface route. The US 7 freeway continues for another 8.5 miles (13.7 km) before it rejoins US 202 at the Brookfield/New Milford town line. The now rejoined US 7 and 202 approach New Milford in bucolic Litchfield County, where they once again split.
US 202 continues through Torrington and on to Cherry Brook, where it then runs concurrently with US 44 for several miles before turning northward at Avon. For the run to the state line, US 202 runs concurrently with Route 10.
Unlike elsewhere in New England, US 202 is posted as a north–south highway in Massachusetts, as the highway runs mostly in those directions for its length through the state.
US 202 and Route 10 enter the Bay State at the "Congamond Notch" in Southwick, a southward jog in the state line that includes Congamond Lake. North of Westfield, US 202 turns eastward toward Holyoke, crosses the Joseph E. Muller Bridge and South Hadley Falls Interchange, traversing MA 116 and MA 33 toward Belchertown. After crossing MA 9, it then heads north along the west side of the Quabbin Reservoir through New Salem toward Athol. This section of US 202 has been dubbed the Daniel Shays Highway, named for a Revolutionary War veteran who led an insurrection against the state government of Massachusetts. US 202 meets Massachusetts Route 2 at Orange, and runs along the two-lane freeway to Phillipston. There, it diverges to the north again as a two-lane road.
In Massachusetts, US 202 passes through the municipalities of Southwick, Westfield, Holyoke, South Hadley, Granby, Belchertown, Pelham, Shutesbury, New Salem, Orange, Athol, Phillipston, Templeton, and Winchendon.
The stretch of highway through Belchertown, Pelham, Shutesbury, and New Salem opened in 1935 to coincide with the completion and opening of the Quabbin Reservoir. The roadway reaches its closest point to the reservoir itself at the crossing of the Swift River, at the Shutesbury/New Salem town line. Access to the west side of the Quabbin Reservation is made through multiple gates in the three towns. There is no public access, however, to the Prescott Peninsula.
US 202 is posted as an east–west highway in New Hampshire. It remains a two-lane highway for most of its length in the Granite State.
It heads north, through Rindge, Jaffrey, and Peterborough, to Hillsborough, where it turns eastward along a concurrency with New Hampshire Route 9. The span of the road between Hillsborough and Hopkinton, which passes through Henniker, is among the most deadly sections of roadway in the state. At Concord, New Hampshire, the state capital, US 202 heads north and picks up a concurrency with US 3 for a short time, and then turns eastward again along Interstate 393, a freeway spur that also carries US 4. The freeway ends short of Chichester, and NH 9 rejoins the two-lane concurrency along with US 4 and 202.
At Northwood, US 202 and NH 9 leave US 4. NH 9 splits off a few miles later, leaving US 202 to continue alone toward Rochester, where the road jumps up onto the Spaulding Turnpike (NH 16) for a short, non-tolled distance. US 202 leaves the turnpike two miles (3 km) before the state line at East Rochester.
US 202 is posted as an east–west highway in Maine.
The highway enters the state by crossing the Salmon Falls River at South Lebanon and bridges the Mousam River in Sanford. The highway then passes through Alfred, Waterboro and Hollis before crossing the Saco River at Salmon Falls. The highway passes through Gorham and crosses the Presumpscot River into South Windham. There is a rotary with U.S. Route 302 at Foster's Corner and an interchange with I-95 at Gray. The highway parallels I-95 through Upper Gloucester to Auburn and crosses the Androscoggin River into Lewiston, passing near the campus of Bates College. A very short stretch through the latter two cities is four-lane highway, but most of its length in the Pine Tree State consists of two-lane road. Its final miles west of Hampden, including the short overlay on I-395, and concurrency with US 1A also include four-laned segments.
The highway passes through Greene, Monmouth, and Winthrop concurrently with Maine Route 11 and Maine Route 100, and becomes concurrent with State Route 17 at Manchester. US 202 runs concurrently with U.S. Route 201 as it crosses the Kennebec River at Augusta, and shortly thereafter it picks up State Route 3 and State Route 9. Maine 3 splits off at South China, but Maine 9 stays with US 202 through Albion, Unity, Troy, Dixmont, Newburgh, and Hampden almost all the way to its terminus in Bangor. When Maine 9 turns right onto Summer Street in Bangor with US 1A, US 202 runs four more blocks to its eastern (or northern) terminus at the US 2 intersection at the corner of Hammond, Main, Central and State Streets.
US 202 was approved by AASHO in June 1934; the route approved was 671 miles (1,080 km), from Bangor, Maine, to State Road, Delaware, south of Wilmington. In 1964, AASHO approved a request by Delaware to eliminate the portion of US 202 between its intersection with I-95/I-295 in Farnhurst and State Road. In 1984, the route numbering committee approved extending US 202 from Wilmington to its intersection with US 13/US 40 in Basin Corner, near New Castle. This intersection is US 202's current terminus.
US 202's path intersects with the sites of various important Revolutionary War battles in Delaware and Pennsylvania, such as Cooch's Bridge, near Newark, Delaware; Brandywine, near Philadelphia; and Valley Forge. In New Hampshire, US 202 passes by a historical marker in Antrim commemorating the last surviving soldier of the Revolutionary War.
In Pennsylvania in the early 1960s, a four-lane expressway, the Piedmont Expressway, was proposed that would follow the US 202 corridor. The expressway was to be 59 miles (95 km) long, and would cost approximately $146 million. It was to serve as an outer beltway around the Philadelphia area. The project was ultimately cancelled. In its place, the Route 202 Parkway Trail was built. The trail is 9 miles (14 km) in length.  The trail is ultimately expected to connect to the East Coast Greenway via the Neshaminy Creek Trail.
Construction began in November 2008 on a parkway project between Pennsylvania Route 63 in Lower Gwynedd and the existing cloverleaf interchange at the US 202 Bypass and PA 611 near Doylestown. This parkway was planned to consist of a four-lane stretch between Route 63 and Pennsylvania Route 463 and a two-lane parkway the rest of the way that bypasses the boroughs of Chalfont and New Britain. The parkway opened on December 3, 2012.
US 202 originally ended at its junction with US 2/US 1A in Bangor, Maine. In the late 1980s, however, the section of US 202 between I-395 and US 2 was removed from US 202's official routing. Officially, US 202 ends at I-395's exit 3. However, signs designating US 202's termination at US 2 in downtown Bangor, at the corner of Main Street and Hammond Street, still stand today. That intersection is still seen as US 202's end. 
- US 13 / US 40 in Wilmington Manor
- I-295 in Newport
- I-95 with a concurrency from Newport to Wilmington
- I-495 in Newport
- US 1 / US 322 in Chadds Ford Township, with a concurrency with US 322 from Chadds Ford Township to West Goshen Township
- US 30 in East Whiteland Township
- US 422 in Tredyffrin Township
- I-76 / I-276 in Upper Merion Township
- New Jersey
- US 206 with a concurrency from the Raritan–Bridgewater Township line to Bedminster Township
- US 22 in Bridgewater Township
- I-287 in Bridgewater Township
- I-287 in Bedminster Township
- I-80 in Parsippany-Troy Hills
- US 46 in Parsippany-Troy Hills
- I-287 in Parsippany-Troy Hills
- I-287 in Boonton
- I-287 in Montville
- I-287 in Oakland
- New York
- US 9W with a concurrency from the Village of Haverstraw to Highlands
- US 6 with a concurrency from Highlands to Peekskill
- US 9 with a concurrency from Cortlandt to Peekskill
- US 6 with a concurrency from Brewster to the Connecticut state line in Southeast
- US 6 with a concurrency from the New York state line in Danbury through the city
- I-84 with a concurrency through Danbury
- US 7 with a concurrency from Danbury to New Milford
- US 44 with a concurrency from Canton to Avon
- Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine
|Massachusetts||Hampden||Southwick||0.0||0.0||US 202 / Route 10 south||Continuation into Connecticut; southern terminus of Route 10 (MA)|
|1.9||3.1||Route 168 east – Suffield CT, Thompsonville CT||Western terminus of Route 168|
|4.3||6.9||Route 57 west – Granville, Great Barrington||Western terminus of Route 57 concurrency|
|4.9||7.9||Route 57 east – Feeding Hills, Springfield||Eastern terminus of Route 57 concurrency|
|Westfield||9.8||15.8||US 20 east – West Springfield, Springfield||Eastern terminus of US 20 concurrency|
|10.0||16.1||US 20 west – Russell, Pittsfield||Western terminus of US 20 concurrency|
|11.5||18.5||I‑90 / Mass Pike – Boston, Albany||Exit 3 on I-90 / Massachusetts Pike|
|14.5||23.3||Route 10 north – Northampton||Northern terminus of Route 10 concurrency|
|Holyoke||20.0||32.2||I‑91 – Springfield, Hartford CT, Northampton, Greenfield||Exit 16 on I-91|
|20.4||32.8||US 5 – West Springfield, Springfield, Northampton||Southern terminus of concurrency with US 5 southbound only|
|21.0||33.8||Resnic Boulevard||To I-391 south|
|21.2||34.1||Route 141 east – Holyoke Center, Chicopee Falls||Southbound only|
|21.4||34.4||Route 141 west – Easthampton||Southbound only; to I-91|
|21.5||34.6||Route 141 – Chicopee Falls||Northbound only.|
|21.6||34.8||US 5 north – Northampton||Northern terminus of concurrency with US 5 southbound only.|
|22.0||35.4||US 202 southbound and northbound come back together|
|Connecticut River||22.1||35.6||Joseph E. Muller Bridge|
|Hampshire||South Hadley||23.3||37.5||Route 116 – South Hadley Falls, Holyoke, South Hadley, Amherst||Interchange|
|24.3||39.1||Route 33 – Westover ARB, Chicopee, South Hadley Center|
|Belchertown||33.4||53.8||Route 21 south – Ludlow, Springfield||Southern terminus of Route 21 concurrency|
|34.4||55.4||Route 21 north / Route 181 south – Ware, Worcester, Bondsville, Palmer||Northern terminus of Route 21 concurrency; northern terminus of Route 181|
|35.3||56.8||Route 9 – Amherst, Northampton, Ware, Worcester|
|Franklin||New Salem||55.1||88.7||Route 122 south – Petersham, Barre||Southern terminus of Route 122 concurrency|
|Orange||56.0||90.1||Route 122 north – Orange, Greenfield||Northern terminus of Route 122 concurrency|
|57.0||91.7||16||Route 2 west – Erving, Greenfield||Western terminus of Route 2 concurrency|
|Worcester||Athol||61.5||99.0||17||Route 32 – Athol, Petersham|
|Phillipston||63.1||101.5||18||Route 2A – Athol, Phillipston|
|65.3||105.1||19||Route 2 east / Route 2A west – Fitchburg, Boston, Phillipston||Eastern terminus of Route 2 concurrency; western terminus of Route 2A concurrency|
|Templeton||66.6||107.2||Route 2A east – Gardner||Eastern terminus of Route 2A concurrency|
|68.3||109.9||Route 68 north – S. Royalston, Royalston||Western terminus of wrong-way concurrency with Route 68|
|69.7||112.2||Route 68 south – Gardner, Worcester||Eastern terminus of wrong-way concurrency with Route 68|
|Winchendon||75.7||121.8||Route 12 north – Fitzwilliam, NH, Keene, NH||Western terminus of wrong-way concurrency with Route 12|
|75.9||122.1||Route 12 south – Ashburnham, Fitchburg||Eastern terminus of wrong-way concurrency with Route 12|
|Massachusetts-New Hampshire state line|
|New Hampshire||Cheshire||Rindge||3.638||5.855||NH 119 – Fitzwilliam, Rindge|
|Jaffrey||7.491||12.056|| NH 124 west – Marlborough|
NH 137 north – Dublin
|Western terminus of NH 124 concurrency; southern terminus of NH 137|
|7.561||12.168||NH 124 east – New Ipswich||Eastern terminus of NH 124 concurrency|
|Hillsborough||Peterborough||13.721||22.082||NH 101 west – Keene||Western end of NH 101 concurrency|
|13.918||22.399||NH 101 east / NH 123 south – Manchester||Eastern terminus of NH 101 concurrency; western terminus of NH 123 concurrency|
|16.213||26.092||NH 136 east – Greenfield||Western terminus of NH 136|
|Hancock||19.637||31.603||NH 123 north – Hancock, Stoddard||Eastern terminus of NH 123 concurrency|
|23.221||37.371||NH 137 south – Hancock||Northern terminus of NH 137|
|Bennington||24.325||39.147||NH 31 south / NH 47 south – Bennington, Francestown||Western terminus of NH 31 concurrency; northern terminus of NH 47|
|Antrim||26.614||42.831||NH 31 north – Washington||Eastern terminus of NH 31 concurrency|
|Hillsborough||32.679||52.592||NH 149 east – Hillsborough, Deering||Western terminus of NH 149|
|33.403||53.757||NH 9 west (Franklin Pierce Highway) – Keene||Western terminus of NH 9 concurrency|
|35.356||56.900||Henniker Street to West Main Street – Hillsborough||Interchange|
|Merrimack||Henniker||39.651||63.812||NH 114 – Henniker, Bradford||Interchange|
|Hopkinton||43.802||70.492||NH 127 – W. Hopkinton, Contoocook||Southern terminus of NH 127|
|44.251||71.215||Hatfield Road / Country Club Road||Interchange|
|I-89 to I-93 / US 4 – Concord, Seacoast, Contoocook, Warner, Lebanon||Exit 5 on I-89; no westbound exit to I-89 south; no eastbound entrance from I-89 north|
|48.621||78.248||NH 103 – Contoocook, Warner||Eastern terminus of NH 103|
|49.417||79.529||I-89 south to I-93 / US 4 – Bow||Exit 4 on I-89; no exit to I-89 north; no entrance from I-89 south|
|Concord||55.936||90.020||NH 13 south||Northern terminus of NH 13|
|56.097||90.279||US 3 south||Western terminus of US 3 concurrency|
|56.392||90.754||NH 9 east||Eastern terminus of NH 9 concurrency|
|56.848||91.488||US 3 north – Penacook||Eastern terminus of US 3 concurrency|
|57.246||92.129||–|| I-393 east|
I-93 south to I-89 – Manchester, Lebanon
I-93 north / US 4 west – Plymouth
|Western terminus of I-393; western end of concurrency with I-393 / US 4|
|57.503||92.542||1||Fort Eddy Road NHTI Community College|
|57.798||93.017||Veterans Memorial Bridge over the Merrimack River|
|58.563||94.248||2||NH 132 (East Side Drive)|
|60.390||97.188||3||NH 106 – Laconia, Pembroke|
|Pembroke||61.840||99.522||I-393 west / NH 9 west||Eastern terminus of I-393; western terminus of NH 9 concurrency|
|Epsom||66.920||107.697||NH 28 – Pittsfield, Allenstown||Traffic circle|
|70.580||113.587||NH 107 south – Deerfield, Raymond||Western terminus of NH 107 concurrency|
|Rockingham||Northwood||72.489||116.660||NH 107 north – Pittsfield, Northwood Narrows||Eastern terminus of NH 107 concurrency|
|78.333||126.065||US 4 east / NH 43 south – Lee, Durham, Portsmouth, Deerfield, Candia||Eastern terminus of US 4 concurrency; northern terminus of NH 43|
|78.682||126.626||NH 202A east – Bow Lake, Strafford||Western terminus of NH 202A|
|Strafford||Barrington||83.289||134.041||NH 9 east – Barrington, Dover||Eastern terminus of NH 9 concurrency|
|84.001||135.187||NH 126 north – Center Strafford, Barnstead||Western terminus of NH 126 concurrency|
|84.193||135.495||NH 126 south – Barrington, Dover||Eastern terminus of NH 126 concurrency|
|Rochester||90.161||145.100||13||NH 16 south / Spaulding Turnpike south – Dover, Portsmouth, Boston, MA||Western terminus of NH 16 concurrency|
|90.809||146.143||14||Ten Rod Road – Rochester||Eastbound exit and westbound entrance|
|92.020||148.092||15||NH 11 west – Farmington, Alton||Western terminus of NH 11 concurrency|
|92.236||148.439||16||NH 16 north / Spaulding Turnpike north – Ossipee, Conway||Eastern terminus of NH 16 concurrency|
|93.094||149.820||NH 125 – Rochester, Milton||Interchange|
|New Hampshire-Maine state line (eastern terminus of NH 11, southern terminus of SR 7)|
|Maine||York||Sanford||9.14||14.71||SR 11A north – Springvale||Southern terminus of SR 11A (southern segment)|
|12.50||20.12||SR 4A south / SR 11 north / SR 109 – Wells, Springvale||Eastern end of concurrency with SR 11; western end of concurrency with SR 4A (southern segment)|
|14.01||22.55||SR 224 west (Shaws Ridge Road) – Shapleigh, Acton||Eastern terminus of SR 224|
|Alfred||16.41||26.41||SR 4 south / SR 4A south / SR 111 east – Lyman, North Berwick||Eastern end of concurrency with SR 4A; northern terminus of SR 4A (southern segment); western end of concurrency with SR 4; western terminus of SR 111|
|Waterboro||24.33||39.16||SR 5 north – Limerick||Western end of concurrency with SR 5|
|Lyman||26.17||42.12||SR 5 south – Saco||Eastern end of concurrency with SR 5|
|Hollis||29.59||47.62||SR 4A east / SR 35 – Kennebunk, Bar Mills, Standish||Western terminus of SR 4A (northern segment)|
|30.07||48.39||SR 117 north – Limington||Western end of concurrency with SR 117|
|Buxton||31.80||51.18||SR 117 south – Saco||Eastern end of concurrency with SR 117|
|32.87||52.90||SR 112 – Bar Mills, Saco|
|33.74||54.30||SR 4A west – Bar Mills||Eastern terminus of SR 4A (northern segment)|
|35.47||57.08||SR 22 – Buxton, South Portland, Scarborough|
|Cumberland||Gorham||38.94||62.67||SR 112 to SR 114 / SR 25 – Scarborough, Standish||Rotary|
|39.81||64.07||SR 25 west – Standish||Western end of concurrency with SR 25|
|40.01||64.39||SR 114 – Scarborough, Sebago Lake|
|40.47||65.13||SR 25 east to I-95 – Westbrook||Eastern end of concurrency with SR 25|
|Windham||49.09||79.00||US 302 – Portland, Bridgton||Rotary|
|Gray||52.82||85.01||SR 115 west – North Windham||Western end of concurrency with SR 115|
|56.17||90.40||SR 26A north to SR 26 north – South Paris, Poland Spring, Bethel||Western end of concurrency with SR 26A|
|I-95 (Maine Turnpike) – Portland, Augusta, Boston||Exit 63 on I-95 / Maine Turnpike|
|56.61||91.10|| SR 26 south / SR 100 south – Portland|
SR 115 east – Yarmouth
|Eastern end of concurrency with SR 115; western end of concurrency with SR 26 / SR 100|
|56.66||91.19||SR 26 north – Norway||Western end of concurrency with SR 26|
|New Gloucester||64.23||103.37||SR 231 south – New Gloucester||Northern terminus of SR 231|
|Androscoggin||Auburn||66.88||107.63||SR 122 west – Poland||Eastern terminus of SR 122|
|67.89||109.26||I-95 (Maine Turnpike)||Exit 75 on I-95 / Maine Turnpike|
|71.93||115.76||SR 11 south / SR 121 south – Minot, Mechanic Falls||Western end of concurrency with SR 11; northern terminus of SR 121|
|72.64||116.90||SR 4 north – Farmington||Eastern end of concurrency with SR 4|
|72.98||117.45||SR 136 south||Northern terminus of SR 136|
|Lewiston||73.34||118.03||SR 196 east to I-95||Western terminus of SR 196|
|73.57||118.40||SR 126 east – Sabattus||Western terminus of SR 126|
|74.45||119.82||Russell Street||Interchange; to SR 4, SR 126, SR 196|
|Leeds||85.32||137.31||SR 106 north||Southern terminus of SR 106|
|Kennebec||Monmouth||89.42||143.91||SR 132 south – Monmouth||Northern terminus of SR 132|
|Winthrop||92.58||148.99||SR 41 north / SR 133 north – Winthrop, Readfield, Wayne||Southern terminus of SR 41 / SR 133|
|95.83||154.22||SR 135 north – Readfield, Belgrade||Western end of concurrency with SR 135|
|95.95||154.42||SR 135 south – East Monmouth||Eastern end of concurrency with SR 135|
|Manchester||99.15||159.57||SR 17 north – Readfield||Western end of concurrency with SR 17|
|Augusta||101.95||164.07||I-95 (Maine Turnpike) – Portland, Bangor||Exit 109 on I-95 / Maine Turnpike|
|103.46||166.50||US 201 south / SR 27 north / SR 8 north / SR 11 north / SR 104 – Gardiner, Belgrade||Rotary; eastern end of concurrency with SR 11; western end of concurrency with US 201; southern terminus of SR 8 / SR 104|
|104.23||167.74||SR 9 west / SR 17 east (Stone Street) / SR 105 east (Cony Street East) – Randolph, Rockland, Windsor||Rotary; eastern end of concurrency with SR 17; western end of concurrency with SR 9; western terminus of SR 105|
|104.85||168.74||US 201 north / SR 100 north – Waterville||Eastern end of concurrency with US 201 / SR 100|
|105.85||170.35||SR 3 west to I-95 – Waterville, Portland||Western end of concurrency with SR 3|
|China||115.06||185.17||SR 32 north||Western end of concurrency with SR 32|
|116.32||187.20||SR 32 south – Windsor||Eastern end of concurrency with SR 32|
|116.54||187.55||SR 3 east – Belfast||Eastern end of concurrency with SR 3|
|123.66||199.01||SR 137 west – Winslow||Western end of concurrency with SR 137|
|Albion||131.01||210.84||SR 137 east – Freedom||Eastern end of concurrency with SR 137|
|Waldo||Unity||137.32||221.00||SR 139 west||Western end of concurrency with SR 139|
|137.49||221.27||SR 139 east||Eastern end of concurrency with SR 139|
|138.20||222.41||SR 220 south||Western end of concurrency with SR 220|
|Troy||141.15||227.16||SR 220 north||Eastern end of concurrency with SR 220|
|Penobscot||Dixmont||147.86||237.96||SR 7 – Brooks, Newport|
|150.09||241.55||SR 143 north – Etna||Southern terminus of SR 143|
|Newburgh||158.50||255.08||SR 69 to I-95 – Carmel, Winterport|
|Hampden||164.61||264.91||SR 9 east – Hampden||Eastern end of concurrency with SR 9|
|Bangor||168.76||271.59||I-395 west / SR 15 north to I-95 – Orono, Newport||Western end of concurrency with I-395; Exit 2 on I-395|
|169.05||272.06|| I-395 east / SR 15 south – Ellsworth, Bar Harbor|
US 1A west / SR 9 west / Farm Road – Hampden
|Eastern end of concurrency with I-395; Exit 3 on I-395|
|169.61||272.96||US 1A east / SR 9 east – Downtown Bangor|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|
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|Wikimedia Commons has media related to U.S. Route 202.|
- New Jersey section of U.S. Route 202 Straight Line Diagram from the New Jersey Department of Transportation
- An enlarged view of road jurisdiction of US 202, NJ 124 and CR 510 in Morristown
- New Jersey Roads: U.S. Route 202
- Speed Limits for New Jersey State Roads: U.S. Route 202 in New Jersey
- Route 202 at New Milford, CT. Photograph
- Endpoints of U.S. Highway 202
|Browse numbered routes|
|← Route 198||MA||Route 203 →|
|← I-193||NH||NH 202A →|
|← US 201||ME||SR 203 →|