Massachusetts Route 105

Route 105 is a state road in southeastern Massachusetts, running from Marion to Halifax in a generally north-south direction.

MA Route 105

Route 105
Massachusetts Route 105 Map
Map of southeastern Massachusetts with Route 105 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by MassDOT
Length29.36 mi[1] (47.25 km)
Existed1930, 1971 (current alignment)–present
Major junctions
South end US 6 in Marion
North end Route 106 in Halifax
CountiesPlymouth, Bristol
Highway system
Route 104Route 106

Route description

MA Route 105 southbound entering Marion MA
Southbound entering Marion

Route 105 begins at U.S. Route 6 in Marion. The highway crosses over I-195 less than a mile into its journey. The highway winds in a westerly direction through Rochester. When the highway enters Long Plain village in Acushnet, the only town in Bristol County on the route, Route 105 turns in a northerly direction. The highway returns into Rochester and enters Lakeville between Little Quittacas and Great Quittacas Ponds. Route 18 joins Route 105 for a 2.7-mile (4.3 km) concurrency, running along the western shore of Assawompset Pond. Route 105 then shoots off in a northeasterly direction into Middleborough through the town’s center and, after its intersection with U.S. Route 44, turns in a northerly direction through East Middleborough, going past Oak Point along the way. The highway ends at Route 106 in Halifax west of the town's center.


When U.S. Route 44 bypassed Middleborough in the early 1960s, Route 105 took over the former Route 44 as far as Thompson Street, and eventually was extended north along Thompson Street to Halifax.

Major intersections

PlymouthMarion0.00.0 US 6 – Wareham, Buzzards Bay, Mattapoisett
0.71.1 I‑195 – Wareham, Cape Cod, New BedfordExit 20 on I-195
No major junctions
PlymouthLakeville13.822.2 Route 18 south – East Freetown, New BedfordSouthern terminus of concurrency with Route 18
16.526.6 Route 18 north – BostonNorthern terminus of concurrency with Route 18
Middleborough19.331.1 Route 79 south – Freetown, Fall RiverNorthern terminus of Route 79
19.431.2 I‑495 – Wareham, Cape Cod, TauntonExit 4 along I-495
19.831.9 Route 28 – Bridgewater, Boston, Wareham
22.536.2 US 44 – Taunton, Providence, Carver, Plymouth
Halifax29.3647.25 Route 106 – Bridgewater, Halifax, KingstonNorthern terminus of Route 105
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


  1. ^ Executive Office of Transportation, Office of Transportation Planning - 2007 Road Inventory
Marion, Massachusetts

Marion is a town in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 4,907 at the 2010 census.For geographic and demographic information on the village of Marion Center, please see the article Marion Center, Massachusetts.

U.S. Route 6 in Massachusetts

U.S. Route 6 (US 6) in Massachusetts is a 117.95 mi (189.83 km) long portion of the cross-country highway connecting Providence, Rhode Island to Fall River, New Bedford, and Cape Cod. In the Fall River and New Bedford areas, US 6 is a secondary highway paralleling Interstate 195. On Cape Cod, US 6 is the primary highway interconnecting the towns of the area. The expressway section in this area is also known as the Mid-Cape Highway. The route is also alternatively signed as the "Grand Army of the Republic Highway."


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