Kansas Highways Routelog

Kansas Highway 10

Original Kansas Highway
Length: 36.611 miles
West Endpoint:
Junction US 50N at Hrrington (1927-1956)
Junction US 40, 6th and Iowa Street, Lawrence (1956-1996)
I-70/Kansas Turnpike Exit 197 northwest of Lawrence (1996-)

East Endpoint:
Missouri State Line, Kansas City (1926-1984)
I-435 exit 1B (de facto)/I-35 exit 222 (de jure) in Lenexa (1984-)

Counties Passed through: Dickinson, Morris, Wabaunsee, Shawnee, Jefferson, Douglas, Johnson, Wyandotte
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Due to construction of the South Lawrence Trafficway, signs have been posted at the entrances to the Baker Wetlands indicating that it is closed to the public until further notice. Although the stated reason is "public safety," it wouldn't surprise or bother me that there is a security component behind the decision. 10 July 2014

On the east side of O'Connell road, fill is in place where the South Lawrence Trafficway is slated to cross. 10 July 2014

We're in the home stretch of construction at the intersection of 23rd (K-10) and Iowa (US 59 in Lawrence. Only the Southeast quadrant of the intersection needs to be finished. Also, the new signal poles have been installed. Right now, the temporary span wire units are still in use. 14 October 2014

The new Portland Cement alignment of Haskell Avenue diverts from the current route just north of the Wakarusa River bridge. In the background is the embankment for the South Lawrence Trafficway (K-10) 25 October 2014

Here's a closeup of the embankment that will be part of the South Lawrence Trafficway. (K-10) The gap in the embankment marks the location of the new Haskell Avenue. 25 October 2014

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