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Encyclopedia > Rhode Island State Highway 77
Rhode Island State Highway 77 is a numbered State Highway running 16.2 miles in Rhode Island.

Route

RI 77 takes the following route through the State: State nickname: The Ocean State 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. ...

Notes

RI 81 is one of four Rhode Island State highways (RI 77, RI 81, RI 177 and RI 179) which only serve the Tiverton/Little Compton area. Little Compton is a town located in Newport County, Rhode Island. ... Tiverton is a town located in Newport County, Rhode Island. ... Tiverton is a town located in Newport County, Rhode Island. ... Little Compton is a town located in Newport County, Rhode Island. ... Categories: Rhode Island State Highways ... State nickname: The Ocean State 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. ... Tiverton is a town located in Newport County, Rhode Island. ... Little Compton is a town located in Newport County, Rhode Island. ...


The section of RI 77 between RI 179 and RI 177 was once part of RI 126, which now runs through the Blackstone Valley.

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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: 95 195 295
U.S. Highways: 1 1A 6 6A 44

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1938: Rhode Island - Archive Article - MSN Encarta (714 words)
In population it ranks 37th among the states, numbering 687,497 according to the census of 1930; 681,000 on July 1, 1937, according to a Federal estimate.
The state has 2,375 miles of rural roads, of which 1,163 miles have been approved by the state legislature as composing the state highway system.
As a result of the election of November 1938, the chief officers of the state are as follows: Governor, William H. Vanderbilt; Lieutenant-Governor, James O. McManus; Secretary of State, J. Hector Paquin; Attorney General, Louis V. Jackvony; General Treasurer, Thomas P. Hazard.
Interstate Highway System at AllExperts (4392 words)
Auxiliary Interstate Highways are given three-digit route numbers, which consist of a single digit prefixed to the two-digit number of a primary Interstate highway, to designate spur or loop routes branching from either the primary route or one of its other auxiliary routes.
States must also meet minimum enforcement standards for all federally mandated legislation (for example, minimum penalties for violation of these laws and a minimum number of per capita underage drinking convictions or a compelling explanation regarding why this number is not met).
In most states, the exit numbers correspond to the mileage markers on the Interstates (with an exception being I-19 in Arizona, whose length is measured in kilometers instead of miles).
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