Map of Windsor County in eastern Vermont with VT 107 highlighted in red
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|Length||13.503 mi (21.731 km)|
|West end||VT 100 in Stockbridge|
|I-89 in Royalton|
|East end||VT 14 in Royalton|
|State highways in Vermont
Vermont Route 107 (VT 107) is an east–west state highway in Windsor County, Vermont, United States. It runs for 13.5 miles (21.7 km) from Stockbridge in the west to Royalton in the east. VT 107 mostly serves to connect VT 100 to Interstate 89 (I-89).
VT 107 begins at an intersection with VT 100 in the town of Stockbridge. It follows the course of the White River east and northeast through the community of Riverside. Northeast of Riverside, VT 107 enters the town of Bethel, where it intersects VT 12. The two roads run concurrently for just under 2 miles (3.2 km). Near the Bethel Town Forest, the two routes split; VT 12 heads west while VT 107 heads east into the town of Royalton. Near its eastern end, VT 107 intersects I-89 at a folded diamond interchange. The route ends at VT 14 near the center of the town.
|Stockbridge||0.000||0.000||VT 100 – Pittsfield, Killington, Rutland, Rochester|
|Bethel||8.236||13.255||VT 12 south – Barnard, Woodstock||Western end of concurrency with VT 12|
|10.102||16.258||VT 12 north – Bethel, Randolph||Eastern end of concurrency with VT 12|
|I-89 – White River Junction, Barre, Montpelier||Exit 3 on I-89|
|13.503||21.731||VT 14 – East Randolph, Royalton|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|
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