List of state highways in Missouri Article

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State Highways of the Missouri Highway System
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The following is a list of state highways in Missouri. State highways in Missouri are the responsibility of the Missouri Department of Transportation.

Current

Number Length (mi) Length (km) Southern or western terminus Northern or eastern terminus Formed Removed Notes
Route 1 7.253 11.673 Route 210 in North Kansas City Route 152 in Kansas City 01922-01-011922 current  
Route 2 69.478 111.814 K-68 at the Kansas state line Route 52 in Windsor 01926-01-011926 current  
Route 3 73.738 118.670 Route 11 near Kirksville Route 5 / Route 240 near Fayette 01926-01-011926 current original route went from Fayette to Rocheport; extended to US 36 in 1935 and original section renumbered MO 240 in 1936.
Route 5 352.833 567.830 AR 5 at the Arkansas state line Iowa 5 at the Iowa state line 01922-01-011922 current The only Missouri state highway to run all the way from state line to state line (Iowa to Arkansas), plus continues with the same route number in both Iowa and Arkansas; connecting road was Iowa 60 until the Iowa renumbering.
Route 6 208.551 335.630 Loop 29 / US 169 in St. Joseph US 24 / US 61 near Taylor 01922-01-011922 current  
Route 7 186.476 300.104 I-44 near Laquey US 24 near Independence 01926-01-011926 current  
Route 8 72.059 115.968 I-44 / Route 8 in St. James US 67 in Desloge 01926-01-011926 current  
Route 9 14.273 22.970 I-35 / I-70 / US 24 / US 40 in Kansas City I-29 / US 71 in Kansas City  
Route 10 47.780 76.894 US 69 in Excelsior Springs US 24 / US 65 near Carrollton 01922-01-011922 current  
Route 11 100.176 161.218 US 24 near Brunswick Route 15 near Baring  
Route 12 3.787 6.095 I-435 in Kansas City Spring Street in Independence  
Route 13 290.608 467.688 AR 21 at the Arkansas state line US 69 / US 136 in Bethany 01922-01-011922 current  
Route 14 119.932 193.012 US 60 in Marionville US 63 near West Plains 01926-01-011926 current  
Route 15 121.249 195.131 US 54 in Mexico CR V56 at the Iowa state line 01922-01-011922 current  
Route 16 16.709 26.891 Route 6 near Lewistown US 61 Business in Canton 01941-01-011941 current  
Route 17 186.870 300.738 AR 395 at the Arkansas state line US 54 near Eldon 01922-01-011922 current  
Route 18 56.054 90.210 CR 259 at the Kansas state line Route 7 / Route 13 / Route 52 in Clinton  
Route 19 264.909 426.330 US 63 in Thayer US 61 in Bowling Green 01922-01-011922 current  
Route 20 31.609 50.870 Route 13 near Higginsville US 65 Business in Marshall 01922-01-011922 current  
Route 21 194.127 312.417 AR 115 at the Arkansas state line Route 30 in Affton 01922-01-011922 current  
Route 22 28.797 46.344 US 63 near Clark US 54 / Route 15 near Mexico 01922-01-011922 current  
Route 23 49.880 80.274 Route 2 near Windsor US 24 near Waverly  
Route 25 91.180 146.740 US 412 / Route 84 in Kennett Loop 55 / US 61 / Route 34 / Route 72 in Jackson 01922-01-011922 current  
Route 27 7.387 11.888 US 61 near Wayland Iowa 27 at the Iowa state line 02004-01-012004 current Avenue of the Saints
Route 28 71.267 114.693 I-44 near St. Robert US 50 in Rosebud 01922-01-011922 current  
Route 30 52.718 84.841 I-44 in St. Clair I-44 / I-55 in St. Louis 01922-01-011922 current Known as Gravois Road throughout the entirety.
Route 31 26.852 43.214 US 169 near Gower US 169 near Union Star 01922-01-011922 current  
Route 32 282.838 455.184 US 54 in El Dorado Springs Fourth Street in Ste. Genevieve 01922-01-011922 current  
Route 33 54.980 88.482 Route 291 in Liberty Route 6 in Maysville 01922-01-011922 current  
Route 34 103.378 166.371 US 60 / Route 21 near Van Buren IL 146 at the Illinois state line 01922-01-011922 current  
Route 37 78.683 126.628 AR 37 at the Arkansas state line US 160 / Route 126 in Golden City 01922-01-011922 current  
Route 38 80.561 129.650 US 65 near Buffalo Route 17 near Houston  
Route 39 111.251 179.041 AR 221 at the Arkansas state line US 54 at Cedar Springs 01922-01-011922 current  
Route 41 45.981 73.999 I-70 / US 40 / Route 135 near Boonville US 24 near Brunswick 01922-01-011922 current  
Route 42 60.410 97.220 US 54 in Osage Beach Route 28 near Belle  
Route 43 98.366 158.305 SH-20 / AR 43 at the OklahomaArkansasMissouri tripoint US 54 near Nevada  
Route 45 36.920 59.417  
Route 46 86 138  
Route 47 117 188 Route 79 in Winfield US 67 in Bonne Terre Continues east of US 67 in Bonne Terre as Highway K
Route 48 20.128 32.393  
Route 49 120 193  
Route 51 116 187  
Route 52 173 278  
Route 53 33 53  
Route 58 50 80  
Route 59 45 72 AR 59 at the Arkansas state line I-44/ I-49/ US 71 Exit 18 in Fidelity Was Alternate US 71 between Neosho and I-44
Route 64 51.290 82.543  
Route 64A 1.509 2.429  
Route 64B 2.257 3.632  
Route 66 14.239 22.915 K-66 at the Kansas state line I-44 Exit 15 east of Duenweg Part of US 66
Route 68 37 60  
Route 72 157 253  
Route 73 20.034 32.242  
Route 74 9 14  
Route 75 5.567 8.959  
Route 76 189 304 Oklahoma state line at
Tiff City
US 60/ US 63/ Missouri 137  
Route 77 65 105  
Route 78 12 19  
Route 79 86 138 I-70 Exit 220 in O'Fallon Route 110/ US 36/ I-72 Exit 157 in Hannibal Continues southbound as Salt Lick Road in O'Fallon. Continues northbound as Harrison Hill Road in Hannibal.
Route 80 27.302 43.938  
Route 81 40.954 65.909  
Route 82 39 63  
Route 83 55 89  
Route 84 30.215 48.626  
Route 85 3.414 5.494  
Route 86 87 140 I-44/ Loop 44/ Route 43 Exit 6 in Joplin US 65 in Ridgedale  
Route 87 77 124  
Route 89 38.737 62.341  
Route 90 46.561 74.933  
Route 91 27 43  
Route 92 42 68  
Route 94 134 216 US 67 in West Alton US 63/ US 54 in Jefferson City  
Route 95 94 151  
Route 96 52 84 Missouri Route 171 north of Carl Junction I-44 Exit 57 west of Halltown Part of US 66 between Halltown and Carthage; continues west as SSR YY
Route 97 74 119  
Route 98 9.5 15.3  
Route 99 18.3 29.5  
Route 100 121.144 194.962 S. 4th Street in St. Louis as Chouteau Avenue US 50 in Linn Part of US 66 between S. 7th Street in St. Louis and I-44/ US 50 in Gray Summit
Route 101 11.626 18.710  
Route 102 17.349 27.921  
Route 103 3.832 6.167  
Route 104 3.206 5.160  
Route 105 10.534 16.953  
Route 106 48 77  
Route 107 8.792 14.149  
Route 108 5.709 9.188  
Route 109 13.128 21.127 SR FF/SR W in Eureka Wild Horse Creek Rd. in Wildwood Continues northbound past Wild Horse Creek Road as S. Eartherton Rd.
Route 110 6.385 10.276 US 36/ I-72 Mark Twain Memorial Bridge in Hannibal I-35 Exit 12 / I-435 Exit 52 in Claycomo Part of the Chicago-Kansas City Expressway (CKC), it follows US 36 until it reaches I-35 in Cameron. In the future, US 36 may be upgraded to I-72 between St. Joseph and Hannibal.
Route 111 46.108 74.204  
Route 112 17.516 28.189  
Route 113 26 42  
Route 114 21 34  
Route 115 10.255 16.504 I-70 Exit 237 in Berkeley N. 11th Street/N. 9th Street/McKinley Street/ I-70 Exit 248A as Salisbury Street, in St. Louis, with access to the McKinley Bridge to Illinois. Most of the road is known as Natural Bridge Avenue west of Parnell Street until turning onto Salisbury Street. At the City-County border where Jennings Station Road/Kienlen Avenue, It becomes Natural Bridge Road. Because of Lambert Airport expansions and the demolition of its namesake bridge between Bridgeton and St. Charles, Route 115 became a lot shorter after the 1990s.
Route 116 68 109  
Route 117 0.260 0.418  
Route 118 6.801 10.945  
Route 119 10 16  
Route 120 3.132 5.040  
Route 121 1.258 2.025  
Route 122 4.936 7.944  
Route 123 45.889 73.851  
Route 124 36 58  
Route 125 78 126  
Route 126 29.226 47.035  
Route 127 51 82  
Route 128 1.215 1.955  
Route 129 116 187  
Route 130 6.20 9.98  
Route 131 38 61  
Route 133 67 108  
Route 134 5.071 8.161  
Route 135 70 113  
Route 137 44 71 US 60 / US 63 / Route 76 near Willow Springs Route 32 near Licking  Originally signed as supplemental route J
Route 138 1.112 1.790  
Route 139 107 172  
Route 141 30.902 49.732 Route 370 Exit 9 in Bridgeton US 61/ US 67 in Arnold east of I-55 Exit 191. Plans for expansion through Hazelwood to Florissant could happen in the next decade completing an outerbelt in St. Louis and Jefferson Counties.
Route 142 130 209  
Route 143 17.507 28.175  
Route 144 2.956 4.757  
Route 145 3.148 5.066  
Route 146 28 45  
Route 147 2.333 3.755  
Route 148 14.38 23.14  
Route 149 84 135  
Route 150 25.666 41.305  
Route 151 67 108  
Route 152 16.875 27.158  
Route 153 45 72  
Route 154 36 58  
Route 156 58 93  
Route 157 2.721 4.379  
Route 158 5.368 8.639  
Route 161 42.299 68.074  
Route 162 29.767 47.905 01956-01-011956 [1] current  
Route 163 14.323 23.051  
Route 164 38.71 62.30 01956-01-011956 [1] current  
Route 165 12.4 20.0  
Route 168 43 69  
Route 171 26 42 I-49/ US 71/ Route 96/ Route 571 in Carthage Kansas state line at Opolis, Kansas Continues in Kansas as K-171
Route 172 8.97 14.44  
Route 173 9.260 14.903  
Route 174 20 32 Route 39 in Mount Vernon US 60/ Route 413 in Republic Part of US 166 between Mount Vernon and Republic
Route 175 6.502 10.464  
Route 176 32 51  
Route 177 23.489 37.802  
Route 179 43 69  
Route 180 13.895 22.362 Pennridge Drive, just west of I-270 Exit 20C, Bridgeton Page Blvd/Hwy. D, St. Louis St. Charles Rock Road in St. Louis County except in Wellston, where east of Lucas-Hunt Road, it becomes Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive in Wellston and St. Louis. There is a Route 180 Spur that is Pennsylvania Avenue in Pagedale between St. Charles Rock Road and Page Avenue
Route 181 55 89  
Route 185 65 105  
Route 187 2.218 3.570  
Route 190 36 58  
Route 202 8.546 13.753  
Route 210 35 56  
Route 213 6.943 11.174  
Route 215 51 82  
Route 221 16.317 26.260  
Route 224 13 21  
Route 231 12.234 19.689 River City Casino Blvd., just south of the River Des Peres at the St. Louis City/County border Jeffco Blvd/ US 61/ US 67 in Arnold S. Broadway/Kingston Drive/Telegraph Road
Route 240 52 84  
Route 242 2.304 3.708  
Route 245 16.833 27.090  
Route 246 15.002 24.143  
Route 248 55 89 Route 76/ Route 86/ Route 112 in Cassville US 65/Business US 65 in Branson  
Route 249 6.162 9.917  
Route 254 10.247 16.491  
Route 265 66 106  
Route 266 16.237 26.131 Route 96 west of Halltown I-44/ Loop 44 Exit 72 in Springfield Part of US 66
Route 267 4.027 6.481 River City Casino Blvd., just south of the River Des Peres at the St. Louis City/County border US 61/ US 67 near Mehlville  
Route 273 22 35  
Route 283 2.2 3.5  
Route 291 49.431 79.551  
Route 340 19.726 31.746 Route 100/Manchester Road in Ellisville Skinker Blvd in St. Louis  
Route 350 8.589 13.823  
Route 360 4 6 I-44 west of Springfield US 60/ Route 413 near Springfield/ Republic city limits Western section of James River Freeway
Route 364 21.384 34.414 I-64/ US 40/ US 61 Exit 4 in Lake St. Louis I-270 Exit 16 in Maryland Heights Page Avenue Extension;Continues west as Hwy N in Lake St. Louis; Continues east as Page Ave/Hwy D in Maryland Heights.
Route 366 12.000 19.312 Route 30/Gravois Road in St. Louis I-44/ US 50 (MO) Exit 276 at S. Geyer Road in Sunset Hills Part of old US 66.
Route 367 8.960 14.420 I-70 Exit 243C in St. Louis US 67 in Spanish Lake Riverview Blvd south of the Halls Ferry Circle, Lewis & Clark Blvd north of the New Halls Ferry Circle.
Route 370 12.957 20.852 I-70 Exit 224 in St. Peters I-270 Exit 22A in Bridgeton Little Hills Expressway
Route 371 25 40  
Route 376 1.739 2.799  
Route 413 48.745 78.447 Route 13/ Route 76/ Route 265 in Reeds Spring Route 13 in Springfield Former alignment of Missouri 13
Route 465 7.557 12.162  
Route 571 4.484 7.216 I-49/ US 71 I-49/ US 71/ Route 96/ Route 171 Entire route located in Carthage; much of route formerly US 71
Route 740 6.329 10.186  
Route 744 11.331 18.235 Springfield-Branson Airport in Springfield I-44 Exit 84 in Springfield Part of US 66 between West Bypass and SSR OO; entire length is Kearney Street
Route 752 3.113 5.010  
Route 759 2.126 3.421  
Route 763 6.771 10.897  
Route 765 2.635 4.241  

Former

The old cut-out style markers once used in Missouri.

This is a list of former highways as assigned in 1922. All numbers from Route 1 to Route 72 were issued. From Route 72 to Route 98, only even numbers were issued.

In 1926, the U.S. Highway system was created and many of the highways listed below became part of a new U.S. Highway; in some cases, a highway's number was changed so as not to conflict with a U.S. Highway number (or, later, an Interstate Highway number) which came through Missouri.

  • Route 1, Arkansas to Iowa via Kansas City: still exists near Kansas City
    • Route 1A, Rock Port to Phelps City: became US 136
    • Route 1B, branch to Craig: not built, since Route 1 (US 59) was routed through Craig
    • Route 1C, Mound City to Bigelow: became Route 118
    • Route 1D, Mound City to Skidmore: became Route 113
    • Route 1E, branch to New Point: became Route 120
    • Route 1F, Oregon to Forest City: became Route 111
    • Route 1F, Joplin to Kansas: became US 66
  • Route 2, Kansas City to St. Louis via Columbia: became US 40
  • Route 3, Arkansas to Iowa via Springfield: became US 65
  • Route 4, St. Joseph to Alexandria: became US 136
    • Route 4A, Albany to Evona: became Route 85
  • Route 5, Arkansas to Iowa via Boonville: still exists
    • Route 5A, Wasola to Longrun: became Route 95
  • Route 6, St. Joseph to Canton: still exists
  • Route 7, Arkansas to Iowa via Jefferson City: became US 63
  • Route 8, St. Joseph to Hannibal: became US 36
  • Route 9, Arkansas to Iowa via St. Louis: became US 61
    • Route 9A, Palmyra to Philadelphia: became Route 168
  • Route 10, Kansas City to Monroe City: still exists west of Carrollton
  • Route 11, Kansas City to Iowa: became US 69
  • Route 12, Kansas City to St. Louis via Jefferson City: became US 50
    • Route 12A, California to Jamestown: became Route 87
    • Route 12B, Linn to Chamois: became Route 89
  • Route 13, Bolivar to Gallatin: still exists
  • Route 14, Carthage to St. Louis: became US 66
  • Route 15, Buffalo to Iowa via Jefferson City: still exists north of Mexico
  • Route 16, Oklahoma to Kentucky via Springfield: became US 60
  • Route 17, Arkansas State Line (North of Salem, AR) to Eugene: still exists
  • Route 18, Tarkio to Stanberry: became US 136
  • Route 19, Thayer to Cuba: still exists
  • Route 20, Kansas City to Huntsville: still exists (realigned) west of Marshall
  • Route 21, Arkansas to De Soto: still exists
  • Route 22, Clark to Illinois: still exists west of Mexico
  • Route 23, Arkansas to Fredericktown: became US 67
  • Route 24, Kansas to Tuscumbia: became Route 52
  • Route 25, Arkansas to Festus: still exists south of Jackson
  • Route 26, Kansas to Osceola: became Route 82
  • Route 27, Savannah to Iowa: became US 71 and Route 148
  • Route 28, Waynesville to Rosebud: still exists
  • Route 29, Stanberry to Iowa: became US 169
  • Route 30, St. Clair to St. Louis: still exists
  • Route 31, Clarksdale to King City: still exists
  • Route 32, Licking to Flat River: still exists
  • Route 33, Kansas City to Osborn: still exists
    • Route 33A, Plattsburg to Lathrop: became Route 116
  • Route 34, Garwood to Jackson: still exists
  • Route 35, Harrisonville to Kansas City: swapped with US 71 and later became Route 291
  • Route 36, Kansas to Springfield: became US 160
  • Route 37, Arkansas to Monett: still exists
  • Route 38, Carthage to Republic: became US 166
  • Route 39, Pennsboro to Stockton: still exists
  • Route 40, Billings to near West Plains: became Route 14
  • Route 41, Lamine to De Witt: still exists
  • Route 42, Alton to Poplar Bluff: became US 160
  • Route 43, Arkansas to Marionville: became Route 13
  • Route 44, Anderson to Spokane: became Route 76
  • Route 45, Drake to Martinsburg: became Route 19
  • Route 46, through Grant City: still exists
  • Route 47, Villa Ridge to Troy: still exists
  • Route 48, Rosendale to King City: still exists
  • Route 49, Piedmont to Glover: still exists
  • Route 50, St. Joseph to Grayson: became US 169
  • Route 51, Advance to Illinois: still exists
    • Route 51A, Dongola to Puxico: became Route 51
  • Route 52, Kansas to St. Joseph: became US 59
    • Route 52A, branch to Lewis and Clark Lake: became Route 45
  • Route 53, Kennett to Poplar Bluff: still exists
  • Route 54, Paris to New London: became Route 26; now Routes 154 and 19
    • Route 54A, Perry to Hutchison: became Route 19
  • Route 55, Wolf Island to Benton: became Route 77
    • Route 55A, Charleston to East Prairie: became Route 105
  • Route 56, Troy to O'Fallon: became Routes 47 and 79
  • Route 57, Webb City to Kansas: became Route 171
  • Route 58, Pleasant Hill to Warrensburg: still exists
  • Route 59, Kansas City to Platte City: became Route 9
  • Route 60, Leeton to Windsor: became Route 2
  • Route 61, Tarkio to Iowa: became US 59
  • Route 62, Steelville to Potosi: became Route 8
  • Route 63, Harrisonville to Lees Summit: became Route 7
  • Route 64, Collins to Preston: still exists east of Hermitage
    • Route 64A, Wheatland to Quincy: became Route 83
  • Route 65, St. James to Hawkins Store: became Route 68
  • Route 66, El Dorado Springs to Fair Play: became US 54; now Route 32
  • Route 67, Rocheport to Fayette: became Route 3; now Route 240
  • Route 68, Farmington to Sainte Genevieve: became Route 32
  • Route 69, Springfield to Bolivar: became Route 13
  • Route 70, Ironton to Fredericktown: became Route 72
  • Route 71, Springfield to Preston: absorbed by Route 3 (US 65) when its portion here was not built
  • Route 72, Salem to Centerville: still exists
  • Route 74, Dutchtown to Cape Girardeau: still exists
  • Route 76, Spokane to Forsyth: still exists, though on a different alignment
  • Route 78, Branson to Brownbranch: became Route 76
  • Route 80, Gainesville to West Plains: became US 160
  • Route 82, Malden to New Madrid: became US 62
  • Route 84, Arkansas to Caruthersville: still exists
  • Route 86, Blue Eye to Hollister: still exists
  • Route 88, Lanagan to Arkansas: became US 71 when Route 59 was formed
  • Route 90, Oklahoma to Noel: still exists
  • Route 92, Kansas to Smithville: still exists
  • Route 94, Cedar City to West Alton: still exists
  • Route 96, Odessa to Marshall: not built, but now partly Route 20
  • Route 98, Boonville to Overton: still exists

Later routes

The following routes were added after 1922, but no longer exist.

Proposed

Missouri highways proposed, but for some reason were never built.

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "Route Marking Changes Slated on State Roads". The Daily Capital News. Jefferson City, Missouri. March 15, 1956. p. 2. Retrieved February 22, 2017 – via Newspapers.com. open access publication – free to read

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