Map of Windham County in southeastern Vermont with VT 112 highlighted in red
|Maintained by VTrans|
|Length||7.450 mi (11.990 km)|
|South end||Route 112 at Colrain, MA|
|North end||VT 100 in Jacksonville|
|State highways in Vermont
Vermont Route 112 is a short state highway in southern Vermont, United States. It is a continuation of Massachusetts Route 112, running from the state line in Halifax north to an intersection with Vermont Route 100 in the village of Jacksonville. Route 112 runs in a northwest-southeast trajectory (signed north–south) and is entirely contained within Windham County.
Vermont Route 112 begins in the south at the Massachusetts state border, where Massachusetts Route 112 crosses from Colrain, Massachusetts into Halifax, Vermont. The highway runs northwest, passing west of Halifax, and crossing into the town of Whitingham, where it meets the northern terminus of town-maintained Vermont Route 8A, itself a short northern extension of Massachusetts Route 8A. Route 112 continues to the northwest, passing directly into the village of Jacksonville, where it ends at an intersection with Route 100.
|Halifax||0.000||0.000||Route 112 – Greenfield||Continuation from Massachusetts|
|Whitingham||5.907||9.506||VT 8A – Charlemont MA||Northern terminus of VT 8A|
|7.450||11.990||VT 100 – Whitingham, Readsboro, Wilmington||Village of Jacksonville|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|
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