Rhode Island Route 102

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Route 102

Victory Highway
Route 102 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by RIDOT
Length44.4 mi[1] (71.5 km)
Major junctions
South end Route 1A in North Kingstown
Major intersections
North end Route 5 / Route 146A in Slatersville
CountryUnited States
StateRhode Island
CountiesWashington, Kent, Providence
Highway system
Route 101 Route 103

Route 102 is a 44.4-mile-long (71.5 km) numbered state highway in the U.S. state of Rhode Island. Route 102 serves as a non-freeway beltway around the Providence metro area. It begins in the village of Wickford and travels through less developed areas of western Rhode Island. The route ends in the village of Slatersville.

Route 102 is one of the longer Rhode Island state highways, and is longer than the portion of Interstate 95 that runs through the state (43.5 miles).

Route description

Route 102 in a commercial district of North Kingstown

Route 102 begins as Philips Street at Route 1A in the Wickford section of the town of North Kingstown on Narragansett Bay. It proceeds west through the town of Exeter along Ten Rod Road. Route 102 then turns northwest to follow Victory Highway as it goes through the towns of West Greenwich and Coventry. Route 102 soon enters the town of Foster, where it continues north and briefly overlaps with Route 14 (Plainfield Pike) through the town of Scituate. In Scituate, it continues north along Chopmist Hill Road, crossing US 6 as it heads towards the town of Glocester. After crossing U.S. Route 44 in the Glocester village of Chepachet, Route 102 continues northeast into the town of Burrillville along the Bronco Highway. The route ends in the town of North Smithfield in the village of Slatersville at an intersection with Routes 5 and 146A.


Route 102 is an original Rhode Island route designation assigned in 1923. The original route extended beyond North Smithfield into the city of Woonsocket along Victory Highway and Great Road (modern Route 146A), then along South Main Street and Main Street to end at Route 122. The route was truncated to Route 146 (now Route 146A) by 1938.

Major intersections

WashingtonNorth Kingstown0.00.0 Route 1A (Brown Street)Southern terminus
0.60.97 US 1 (Tower Hill Road)
Route 2 north (Quaker Lane)
Southern end of Route 2 concurrency
3.25.1 Route 4 – Providence, NarragansettExit 3 (Route 4); partial cloverleaf interchange
Route 2 south (South County Trail)
Northern end of Route 2 concurrency
Route 3 south (Nooseneck Hill Road)
Southern end of Route 3 concurrency
Route 3 north (Nooseneck Hill Road)
Northern end of Route 3 concurrency
KentWest Greenwich12.119.5 I-95 – Providence, WesterlyExit 14 on I-95; cloverleaf interchange
Route 118 east (Harkney Hill Road)
Western end of Route 118
18.930.4 Route 117 (Flat River Road)
Route 14 west (Plainfield Pike)
Southern end of Route 14 concurrency
Route 94 north (Foster Center Road)
Southern end of Route 94
Route 12 east (Tunk Hill Road)
Western end of Route 12
Route 14 east (Plainfield Pike)
Northern end of Route 14 concurrency
29.848.0 US 6 (North Scituate Bypass)
30.949.7 Route 101 (Old Hartford Pike)
US 44 east (Putnam Pike)
Southern end of US 44 concurrency
US 44 west (Putnam Pike)
Northern end of US 44 concurrency
Route 100 north (Money Hill Road)
Southern end of Route 100
Route 107 west (East Avenue)
Eastern end of Route 107
Nasonville41.867.3 Route 7 (Douglas Turnpike)
Slatersville44.471.5 Route 5 (North Main Street) / Route 146A (Victory Highway)Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


  1. ^ a b Google (December 26, 2013). "Route 102" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved December 26, 2013.

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