Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Indiana State Road 9

Exploring Indiana's Historic Sites, Markers & Museums - South Central Edition
Exploring Indiana's Historic Sites,
Markers & Museums
South Central Edition
 Indiana State Road 9

Indiana State Road 9 is a north/south highway which begins at an intersection with Indiana State Road 46 and US Route 31 near Columbus, Indiana and ends at the Indiana/Michigan border. The border towns are Howe, Indiana and Sturgis, Michigan, and the highway continues north as Michigan State Road 22. On its way north it crosses Bartholomew, Shelby, Hancock, Madison, Grant, Huntington, Whitley, Noble and Lagrange Counties


Indiana State Road 9 in Bartholomew County
Length - About 16 miles.
Indiana State Road 9 is a north/south highway which begins at an intersection with Indiana State Road 46 and US Route 31 near Columbus, Indiana. The two highways travel together for about 7 miles to an intersection where they split. Indiana State Road 46 veers east towards Greensburg, Indiana while Indiana State Road 9 continues north. Indiana State Road 9 passed through the town of Hope about 5.5 miles from this intersection and passes out of Bartholomew County and into Shelby County about 3.25 miles after passing through Hope.


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