Interstate 65 North - White, Jasper & Newton Counties

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Interstate 65 North
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Interstate 65 passes through the Meadow Lake Wind Farm in southwestern White County. Wind turbines were constructed in this areas between April and October 2009. Photos taken 11/05/09.
Indiana 18 meets Interstate 65 at the first of two White County interchanges (Exit 188) in one mile. Photo taken 11/05/09.
Almost crossing the entire width of Indiana, SR 18 travels 141.1 miles from Illinois, west of Fowler, to end at U.S. 27 and SR 67 at Bryant, 8.9 miles west of the Ohio state line. Photo taken 11/05/09.
Northbound at the Exit 188 ramp departure for Indiana 18. Indiana 18 heads west 17 miles to merge with U.S. 52 into Fowler. Eastward, Brookston is a five-mile drive, with SR 18 joining U.S. 421 into Delphi beyond there. Photo taken 11/05/09.
107 mile south of Chicago along Interstate 65 north. Wolcott and Remington are featured on this mileage sign, which coincidentally represent the ends of an overlap between U.S. 24 and 231. Photo taken 11/05/09.
U.S. 231 journeys north from U.S. 52 at Montmorenci to Roundgrove and a diamond interchange with Interstate 65 (Exit 193). Photo taken 11/05/09.
Beyond Exit 193, U.S. 231 travels six miles to combine with U.S. 24 west along Range Street in Wolcott. U.S. 231 totals 297 miles in Indiana from the Ohio River near Rockport to a northern terminus at U.S. 41 at St. John. Photo taken 11/05/09.
Mileage sign posted 20 miles south of Rensselaer and 101 miles from Chicago on Interstate 65 north. Photo taken 11/05/09.
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The second to last northbound rest area of Interstate 65 lies in western White County. Facilities lie opposite one near Hoagland Ditch. Photos taken 11/05/09.
County Road 300 South passes over Interstate 65 beyond the rest area on-ramp and this reassurance marker. The Jasper County line follows in approximately two miles. Photo taken 11/05/09.
U.S. 24 & 231 and Interstate 65 see a diamond interchange (Exit 201) on the outskirts of Remington in one mile. Photo taken 11/05/09.
Rising to pass over the Toledo, Peoria & Western Railroad on the half-mile approach to Exit 201 and U.S. 24 & 231. The US highway tandem share 6.8 miles of pavement from Remington east to just south of Wolcott. Photo taken 11/05/09.
Ascending along the Exit 201 off-ramp to U.S. 24 & 231. U.S. 24 continues west from Remington to Goodland, Kentland and Effner, exiting the state for Sheldon, Illinois. Much of western U.S. 24 in Indiana consists of a rural two lane highway. East from Logansport however, U.S. 24 generally consists of four-lane expressway associated with the Hoosier Heartland Industrial Corridor. Photo taken 11/05/09.
Emergency Detour routes for Northern Indiana Interstate highways are common. Routes also exist for Interstates in Michigan, with ones for I-69 traveling across the state line. The Remington area detour follows U.S. 231 between Exits 201 and 205. Photo taken 11/05/09.
12 miles south of Rensselaer, the Jasper County seat, and 46 miles from Crown Point, the beginning of the Northwest Indiana suburbs. Photo taken 11/05/09.
U.S. 231 leads north from U.S. 24 and Remington to Fountain Park and a diamond interchange (Exit 193) with Interstate 65. Photo taken 11/05/09.
Exit 205 provides the first of two routes from Interstate 65 into Rensselaer. U.S. 231 continues due north from the freeway eight miles to Collegeville, where St. Joseph's College is located. Photo taken 11/05/09.
Northbound travelers reach the second to last meeting of U.S. 231 with Interstate 65. U.S. 231 stays east of the freeway from Rensselaer to Demotte and Hebron, crossing I-65 again at Crown Point. Photo taken 11/05/09.
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Shield and mileage sign combination posted after the on-ramp from U.S. 231 at Exit 205. Morocco, a town in western Newton County via SR 114, is the next destination featured for Interstate 65 north. Photos taken 11/05/09.
There is no access between the freeway and Indiana 16. Exit 215 instead follows as a diamond interchange with Indiana 114 after the Iroquois River. Photo taken 11/05/09.
Indiana 114 stretches 34.6 miles east from a beginning at U.S. 41 near Morocco to Rensselaer and U.S. 421 between Francesville and Monon. Two other sections of the route exist at Fulton and between Akron and the Fort Wayne area. Photo taken 11/05/09.
Staying west of Rensselaer, Interstate 65 partitions with Exit 215 to Indiana 114. SR 114 follows Clark Street to Cullen Street and downtown before exiting the city along Grace Street. Westward, the state road meets Indiana 55 near Mount Ayr. SR 55 parallels Interstate 65 northward to Hobart. Photo taken 11/05/09.
Indiana 14 meets Interstate 65 at the next exit, a diamond interchange added in 2005. Beginning at U.S. 41 at Enos, Indiana 14 heads east across the state to Winamac, Rochester, North Manchester and Fort Wayne for a distance of 123 miles. Photo taken 11/05/09.
Interstate 65 northbound at the Exit 220 off-ramp to Indiana 14. The settlements of Kents and Parr lie nearby. Use Exit 220 for the town of Fair Oaks and Fair Oaks Farms. Photo taken 11/05/09.
A two-mile roadway split follows as Interstate 65 continues nine miles to Indiana 9 and 25 miles to Crown Point. Chicago is ever closer at 75 miles out. Photo taken 11/05/09.
A two-mile roadway split follows as Interstate 65 continues nine miles to Indiana 9 and 25 miles to Crown Point. Chicago is ever closer at 75 miles out Photo taken 11/05/09.
Still 30 miles to the south of the Borman Expressway (Interstates 80 & 94), signs alluded to the $300-million project that reconstructed the freeway from the Illinois state line and Interstate 65 as far south as Indianapolis. One such assembly was posted ahead of Exit 230. Work was completed on the project in 2011. Photo taken 11/05/09.
The final Jasper County exit joins Interstate 65 with Indiana 10 in one mile. Interstate 65 parallels the adjacent Newton County line closely from Exit 220 northward. Photo taken 11/05/09.
A hodgepodge of leafy subdivisions dot the area of Exit 230 and Interstate 65 along and to the north of Indiana 10. Roselawn lies just to the west. Photo taken 11/05/09.
Exit 230 leaves Interstate 65 north for the 85.3-mile long SR 10. SR 10 ends as Illinois 114 near Lake Village to the west and at SR 19 near Etna Green to the east. The rural route dog legs north to Demotte and an overlap with U.S. 231 to the east. Photo taken 11/05/09.
The one-mile sign for the final rest area of Interstate 65 north resides within Exit 230. Photo taken 11/05/09.
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Rest areas near Forest City include a tourist information center for northbound motorists along Interstate 65. Photos taken 11/05/09.
Nipping the northeastern corner of Newton County beyond the northbound rest area on-ramp. Photo taken 11/05/09.
There are no exits in Newton County along Interstate 65 north. Instead motorists are provided with a mileage sign to Lowell (15 miles), Merrillville (23 miles) and Chicago (65 miles). Photo taken 11/05/09.
The channelized Kankakee River separates Newton and Lake Counties at Interstate 65 northbound. This stretch of road was completed in 1966. Photo taken 11/05/09.


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11/05/09 by AARoads

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