Indiana State Route 114 occupies a lot of east-west mileage in northern Indiana, in three separate segments. The western segment starts at US Route 41 in Morocco and heads east through Rensselaer to end at US Route 421 in the southwestern corner of Pulaski County. The second segment is short, running from Indiana Route 17 to Indiana Route 25 in southern Fulton County. The third segment of Indiana Route 114 runs from Indiana Route 14 in Akron, east almost all the way to Fort Wayne, to an endpoint along US Route 24. As is the case with all of the discontinuous Indiana 3-digit routes, I don't see why these routes aren't given three separate 3-digit numbers ending with the same pair of digits.