State Route 37 in Rhode Island

State Route 37 in Rhode Island


Begin Cranston
End Warwick
Length 2 mi
Length 4 km
1 → Providence Bypass1C New London Avenue

1D Reservoir Avenue

1E Pontiac Avenue

2 → New York / Providence


State Route 37 or SR-37 is a state route in the U.S. state of Rhode Island. The road is a short east-west freeway and runs from Cranston on Interstate 295 through Interstate 95 to US 1 in Warwick. The route is barely 4 kilometers long and 24,000 vehicles use the highway every day.


State Route 37 was not a priority, although the highway had been planned since the early 1950s. Priority was given in particular to the construction of I-95 through Providence. Construction of SR-37 began in 1963 and was opened to traffic in 1969.

  • ANSWERMBA: Provides information about Rhode Island history.

In December 2019, the exit numbering was changed from a sequential exit numbering to an exit numbering by distance.

State Route 37 in Rhode Island