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Indiana State Road 17

State Road 17 marker

State Road 17
Route information
Maintained by INDOT
Length: 50.61 mi[1] (81.45 km)
Major junctions
South end: SR 25 at Logansport
North end: US 30 at Plymouth
Location
Counties: Cass, Fulton, Marshall
Highway system
SR 16 SR 18

State Road 17 is a north–south road in Northern Indiana. Its southern terminus is at State Road 25 in Logansport. Its northern terminus is at U.S. Route 30 in Plymouth.

Contents

  • Route description 1
  • History 2
  • Major intersections 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Route description

SR 17 southern terminus is in Logansport at eastbound SR 25 (East Market Street). One block north SR 17 meets the westbound SR 25 (East Broadway). After SR 25, SR 17 heads north-northwest out of Logansport. After Logansport SR 17 heads due north toward a T-intersection with State Road 114. Where SR 17 turns west, with SR 114 heading east. After SR 114, SR 17 has five 90 degrees curves, thens SR 17 heads due north. SR 17 heads north until Kewanna. North of Kewanna SR 17 heads north toward Culver. After Culver SR 17 heads north and then east toward Plymouth. SR 17 enters Plymouth on the southwest side of town and heads toward downtown. North of downtown Plymouth SR 17 heads north towards its northern terminus at US 30.[2]

History

Between 1917 and 1926, SR 17 was a route from Ligonier to the Ohio State Line, east of Butler, this route is the same as U.S. Route 6 takes today. At this time the route that SR 17 takes today was unsigned.

Major intersections

County Location mi[1] km Destinations Notes
Cass Logansport 0.00 0.00 SR 25 – Lafayette, Rochester Southern terminus of SR 17
7.96 12.81 SR 16
Fulton Wayne Township SR 114 east – Fulton Western end of SR 114
Union Township 23.14 37.24 SR 14 – Winamac, Rochester
Aubbeenaubbee Township SR 110 east to SR 117 – Mentone Western terminus of SR 110
Marshall Culver 35.03 56.38 SR 10 west – Bass Lake Western end of SR 10 concurrency
36.01 57.95 SR 10 east – Argos Eastern end of SR 10 concurrency
West Township 40.27 64.81 SR 8 west – Knox Eastern terminus of the western section of SR 8
Plymouth Lincoln Highway (Old US 30)
50.61 81.45 US 30 – Valparaiso, Warsaw, Fort Wayne, Chicago Northern terminus of SR 17
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References

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