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Category:U.S. Route 89 in Utah


U.S. Route 89 in Utah 
section of U.S. Highway in Utah, United States
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Part ofU.S. Route 89
Location Kane County, Garfield County, Piute County, Sevier County, Sanpete County, Utah County, Salt Lake County, Davis County, Weber County, Box Elder County, Cache County, Rich County, United States
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Inception
  • 1926
Length
  • 502.577 mi
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U.S. Route 89 in Utah (en); U.S. Route 89 in Utah (de) Highway im US-Bundesstaat Utah (de); autoroute américaine de l'état de l'Utah (fr); section of U.S. Highway in Utah, United States (en); jalan di Amerika Serikat (id); כביש בארצות הברית (he); weg in Utah, Verenigde Staten van Amerika (nl) US-89, Utah State Route 89 (en)
English: Media related to U.S. Route 89 in Utah, a section of U.S. Highway in Utah, United States, that is a major north-south corridor in the state that roughly parallels Interstate 15 and passes through the Wasatch Front. It has concurrencies with Interstate 70 and U.S. Route 50 (in western Sevier County), U.S. Route 6 in southeastern Utah County, Interstate 15 (in northern Utah and southern Salt Lake counties and again in Davis County), and U.S. Route 91 (in southwestern Box Elder and central Cache counties).

From 1910 to 1977 (but in some instances after several years of adjustments) the (nearly) current corridor of U.S. Route 89 in the state had multiple designations by the Utah State Legislature. (When U.S. Route 89 was originally created in 1926 in only extended north to Spanish Fork.) From the Arizona border (just south of Kanab) to Pigeon Hollow Junction (just north of Ephraim) was designated as part of State Route 11 (after 1957 the new section southeast of Kanab to the Arizona border was designated as State Route 259), from Pigeon Hollow Junction to Thistle was designated as State Route 32, from Thistle to Springville was designated as part of State Route 8, from Springville to Farmington was designated as part of State Route 1 (along its concurrency with U.S. Route 91), from Farmington to Uintah was designated as State Route 49, from Uintah to Ogden was designated as State Route 5, from Ogden to Logan it ran concurrent again with U.S. Route 91 with the State Route 1 designation, from Logan to Garden City it was designated as State Route 2, and from Garden City to the Idaho border (on the west short of Bear Lake) was designated as part of State Route 3. In 1977 the state substantially renumbered its highways and since then the entire length of U.S. Route 89 in Utah has been officially designated as State Route 89.


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