Vermont Route 12

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Vermont Route 12 marker

Vermont Route 12
Map of central Vermont with VT 12 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by VTrans
Length: 101.627 mi[1] (163.553 km)
Existed: 1922 – present
Major junctions
South end: NH 12 in Weathersfield
North end: VT 15A at Morrisville
Counties: Windsor, Orange, Washington, Lamoille
Highway system

State highways in Vermont

VT 11 VT 14

Vermont Route 12 is a north-south state highway in Vermont that runs from Weathersfield to Morrisville.

Moose are most often encountered on four roads in Vermont, of which this is one. They are seen from Worcester to Elmore.[2]

Route description[edit]

Route 12 begins at the New Hampshire state line on the Connecticut River in the town of Weathersfield. It continues north along the west bank of the Connecticut River, overlapped with U.S. Route 5, until Hartland. It then heads northwest to Woodstock and then north through Montpelier to end at Vermont Route 15A in Morrisville. Vermont Route 12 runs parallel to Interstate 89 from the Woodstock/Hartford vicinity to Montpelier.

Major intersections[edit]

County Location[1] mi[1] km Destinations Notes
Windsor Weathersfield 0.000 0.000 NH 12 south – Claremont, Keene Continuation from New Hampshire
0.394 0.634 VT 131 west to I-91 – Cavendish, Ludlow
US 5 south
Southern end of concurrency with US 5
1.544 2.485 VT 44A north – Brownsville
Windsor 5.412 8.710 VT 44 west – Brownsville
Hartland 9.459 15.223 I-91 – White River Junction, Ascutney, Springfield Exit 9 on I-91
10.498 16.895 US 5 north – White River Junction Northern end of concurrency with US 5
18.203 29.295 US 4 east – Quechee, White River Junction Southern end of concurrency with US 4
Woodstock 22.085 35.542 US 4 west to VT 106 south Northern end of concurrency with US 4
Bethel 38.474 61.918 VT 107 west – Rutland Southern end of concurrency with VT 107
40.340 64.921 VT 107 east to I-89 Northern end of concurrency with VT 107
Orange Randolph 48.413 77.913 VT 12A north – Roxbury Southern terminus of VT 12A
48.528 78.098 VT 66 east to I-89 Western terminus of VT 66
Brookfield 58.932 94.842 VT 65 east – Brookfield, Floating Bridge Western terminus of VT 65
Washington Northfield 63.333 101.925 VT 64 east to I-89 – Williamstown Western terminus of VT 64
64.457 103.733 VT 12A south – Roxbury Northern terminus of VT 12A
Montpelier 75.226 121.065
US 2 Bus.
US 2 west (Memorial Dr.) to I-89
US 2 east (Berlin St.) to US 302 – East Montpelier, St. Johnsbury
Southern end of concurrency with US 2 Bus.; eastern terminus of US 2 Bus.
75.430 121.393
US 2 Bus. west
Northern end of concurrency with US 2 Bus.
Lamoille Morristown 101.627 163.553 VT 15A – Hardwick
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Vermont Route 12A[edit]

Vermont Route 12A
Location: RandolphNorthfield
Length: 20.842 mi[1] (33.542 km)
Existed: ca. 1922[citation needed]–present

Vermont Route 12A is a state highway in central Vermont, United States. It provides an alternate route to VT 12 between Randolph and Northfield, via Braintree, Granville and Roxbury.

New England 12A.svg

The road currently used by Vermont Route 12A was originally designated New England Interstate Route 12A in 1922 as part of the New England Interstate Route System and existed as such until it was replaced by a different system in 1926.

Major intersections[edit]

County Location[1] mi[1] km Destinations Notes
Orange Randolph 0.000 0.000 VT 12 to I-89 – Northfield, Bethel, Rutland
Washington Roxbury 14.854 23.905 Warren Mountain Road To VT 100 – Warren
Northfield 20.842 33.542 VT 12 – Northfield, Montpelier, Barre
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d e f 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. ^ "Drivers warned about moose". Florida Today. Melbourne, Florida. May 8, 2013. pp. 8A.  |first1= missing |last1= in Authors list (help)

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