Morseville Route 2 is a state highway that runs for 25.10 miles in Morseville. It connects Sander City and other cities in Southern Morseville.
Route Description Edit
In Trois Island County, SR 2 goes concurrent with SR 4 for around a mile. SR 2 heads south on Alexandria Blvd towards I-99, then it goes concurrent with SR 1 and I-99 and exits I-99 once reaching west of the unincorporated community of Winchester.The route continues northeast ending SR 1 at Smyth Blvd in a whalebone junction.
Major Intersections Edit
The entire route is in Southeastern Morseville. This table is incomplete.
|Tazewell||SR 43||South Terminus for SR 43|
|Trois Island||Webster||SR 4||(West end of SR 4 concurrency)|
|Alexandria||SR 6 (Southwest Blvd)||Eastern Terminus of SR 6|
|SR 4 (Southwest Blvd)
- Sander City
SR 3 (Alexandria Blvd)
|'Eastern end of SR 4 concurrency.'Northern end of SR 3 concurrency|
|Sander City||Interstate 99, SR 1, SR 3||(South end of SR 1 & SR 3 concurrencies)|
|Interstate 99||(Concurrent with SR 1 and Interstate 99)|
|SR 1 (Smyth Blvd)
|(North end of SR 1 Concurrency)|
|SR 101||SR 101 North Terminus|
(Mecklenburg Turnpike) - Blue Valley
|SR 710 East Terminus|
|SR 1 (Smyth Blvd)||Eastern Terminus|