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[RoadsAroundME main page] Maine State Route 114
<< New Hampshire State Route 113B All Points in Maine Maine State Route 115 >>

Termini and Mileage (2006)

Main alignment: Int of RTE 1, RTE 114, RTE, Scarborough to Int of BRIDGTON RD, ST RTE 11, Naples
Main alignment: 35.04 miles (total over all segments)

Notes and History

ME 114 as originally designated in 1925 ran between Mosher Corner near Gorham at NEI 25 (now ME 25) and Naples at NEI 18 (now US 302). This routing was rather circuitous, up modern ME 237 to the shore of Sebago Lake, then down what is now ME 35 to the terminus of modern ME 114 in the town of Sebago Lake and then up modern ME 114 along the western shore of Sebago Lake to Naples. After the Maine Great Renumbering the connector northeasterly from Sebago Lake was partially co-signed with new route ME 35. ME 114 was shifted to its new western routing to US 1 at the coast, its present-day southern terminus, in 1946-7 using the vacated alignment of ME 207 north of Scarborough; the connector portion became solely ME 35, and the remainder of the alignment from there south to ME 25 became part of new route ME 95SH (and is now ME 237).

The 2008 Gorham bypass, part of ME 112, is intended to offload some of the ME 25 and ME 114 traffic from the town centre. It is, however, not part of ME 114 proper.

Additional Resources

Gorham Bypass Opens (December 2008, WCSH-TV Portland)

<< New Hampshire State Route 113B All Points in Maine Maine State Route 115 >>
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