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WA-19.svg
State Route 19
Defined by RCW 47.17.077, maintained by WSDOT
Length: 14.09 mi[1] (22.68 km)
Formed: 1992
South end: WA-104.svg SR 104 near Port Ludlow
Major
junctions:
WA-116.svg SR 116 in Port Hadlock
North end: WA-20.svg SR 20 near Port Townsend
State highways in Washington
< SR 18 SR 20 >
Lists: current - Interstates - U.S. Routes - 1937-70 - 1964 renumbering

State Route 19 is a highway in the state of Washington, U.S.A. It extends about 14 miles (23 km) from SR 104 just west of the Hood Canal Bridge to SR 20 south of Port Townsend.

In Washington, 2-digit highways generally follow the same numbering pattern as Interstate highways: odd-numbered routes run north–south, with the lowest-numbered highways in the western part of the state and the highest-numbered highways in the east. SR 19, a relatively recent addition to the state highway system, diverges from this pattern significantly, being located on the Olympic Peninsula longitudinally west of SR 3, the lowest-numbered north–south highway in the state.

Major intersections

The entire route is in Jefferson County.

Location Mile[1] Destinations Notes
0.00 SR 104Port Angeles
Chimacum 10.68 SR 116 east – Port Hadlock, Indian Island
14.09 SR 20Port Townsend, Whidbey Island Ferry, Port Angeles

References

  1. ^ a b Washington State Department of Transportation, State Highway Log, 2006

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