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Category:U.S. Route 189 in Utah


U.S. Route 189 in Utah 
section of U.S. Highway in Utah, United States
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Part ofU.S. Route 189
Location Utah County, Wasatch County, Summit County, United States of America
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U.S. Route 189 in Utah (en) section of U.S. Highway in Utah, United States (en) US-189, Utah State Route 189 (en)
English: Media related to U.S. Route 189 in Utah, United States, a section of U.S. Highway in the northeastern part of the state. The Utah section of the highway currently begins at the route's southern terminus at Interstate 15 in south Provo. It heads north through Provo Canyon to Heber City. Running concurrently with U.S. Route 40 it continues north past the west side of the Jordanelle Reservoir to the western terminus of U.S. Route 40 at Interstate 80 in Silver Summit. It then runs northeast, concurrently with Interstate 80, to the Wyoming border.

From 1912 to 1977, the highways that ran along the (mostly) current corridor of U.S. Route 189 in Utah were designated by the Utah State Legislature as State Route 7 (except that U.S. Route 189 formerly followed the current route of State Route 32). In 1977, State Route 7 designation was temporarily deleted from the state highway system, but in 2009 was applied to the newly constructed Southern Parkway in St. George. Since 1977, the section of U.S. Route 189 within Utah has been designated by the Utah State Legislature as State Route 189.


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