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Maine's Busiest Intersections by County

County
Town
Location/Descriptions
Year 2000:
Million Vehicles Entering
Year 2000:
Statewide ranking
ANDROSCOGGIN
Auburn
Center St (Rte 4) and Mount Auburn Ave & Veterans Memorial Bridge (WB)

17.20
4
AROOSTOOK
Presque Isle
State St and Main St
(Rte 1)

9.43
269
CUMBERLAND
Portland
State St and Forest Ave (Rte 100) & Marginal Way

18.70
3
FRANKLIN
Farmington
Main St (Rte 2) and Intervale Road
(Rte 43)

8.86
356
HANCOCK
Ellsworth
High St (Rte 1) and Ent to Maine Coast Mall

11.76
72
KENNEBEC
Augusta
Cony Circle
(Rtes 201,202,17,100,9,105)

22.64
1
KNOX
Rockland
Camden St (Rte 1) and
  Maverick St (1A)

8.46
442
LINCOLN
Wiscasset
Parker St (Rte 1) and Gardiner Road
(Rte 27)

8.08
525
OXFORD
Norway, South Paris
Main St (Rte 26) and Alpine St & Paris St
(Rte 26)

9.44
268
PENOBSCOT
Brewer
State Street (Rte 1A Bus.) and N. Main St (Rte 9)

11.79
70
PISCATAQUIS
Dover-Foxcroft
North St (Rte 153) and Lincoln St & E. Main St & W. Main St (Rte 15)

5.32
2116
SAGADAHOC
Topsham
New Lewiston Road (Rte 196) and Topsham Fair Mall Rd

10.58
162
SOMERSET
Skowhegan
E. Front St (Rte 201) and W. Front St (Rte 2) & Island Ave (Rte 2, 201)

8.82
362
WALDO
Belfast
Searsport Ave (Rte 1) and Swan Lake Ave (Rte 141)

7.97
549
WASHINGTON
Calais
Main St (Rte 1) and N. St
(Rte 1)

5.32
2113
YORK
Saco
Main St (Rte 1) and Ocean Park
(Rte 5)

13.02
31




This page last updated on 6/27/13