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Encyclopedia > Rhode Island State Highway 115
Rhode Island State Highway 115 is a numbered State Highway running 6.0 miles in Rhode Island.

Route

Note: This section uses [] () to indicate a one-way pair. Streets appearing in [] are the northbound or eastbound side. Streets appearing in () are the southbound or westbound side. The reading order inside the brackets and parentheses is the same as outside.

RI 115 takes the following route through the State: State nickname: The Ocean State, Little Rhody Other U.S. States Capital Providence Largest city Providence Governor Donald Carcieri Official languages None Area 4,005 km² (50th)  - Land 2,709 km²  - Water 1,296 km² (32. ... A one-way pair is a pair of parallel, usually one-way streets that carry opposite directions of a signed route or major traffic flow. ...

History

Toll Gate Road is named such because it used to be a connector road to a toll gate for the old New London Turnpike. Scituate is a town located in Providence County, Rhode Island. ... Cranston is a city located in Providence County, Rhode Island. ... Cranston is a city located in Providence County, Rhode Island. ... Scituate is a town located in Providence County, Rhode Island. ... Coventry is a town located in Kent County, Rhode Island. ... Coventry is a town located in Kent County, Rhode Island. ... Cranston is a city located in Providence County, Rhode Island. ... West Warwick is a census-designated place located in Kent County, Rhode Island. ... West Warwick is a census-designated place located in Kent County, Rhode Island. ... Coventry is a town located in Kent County, Rhode Island. ... Warwick is a city located in Kent County, Rhode Island. ... Warwick is a city located in Kent County, Rhode Island. ... West Warwick is a census-designated place located in Kent County, Rhode Island. ... Categories: Rhode Island State Highways ...

Notes

From the point where Providence Street intersects New London Avenue to the turn onto Toll Gate Road, RI 115 runs on the Warwick/West Warwick town line with RI 115 Eastbound running in Warwick and RI 115 Westbound running in West Warwick.

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Rhode Island State Highways
1A 2 3 4 5 7 10 12
14 15 24 33 37 51 77 78
81 91 94 96 98 99 100 101
102 103 103A 104 107 108 110 112
113 114 114A 115 116 117 117A 118
120 121 122 123 126 128 136 138
138A 146 146A 152 165 177 179 214
216 238 246 401 402 403  
Interstates
84 95 195 295 895  
U.S. Highways
1 1A 6 6A 44  
Decommissioned State Highways
1B 1C 11 84 95 142 195

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