Kansas Highways Routelog

Kansas Highway 34

Length: 29.4 miles
West Endpoint:
Junction US 160-183 north of Sitka

North Endpoint:
Junction US 400 northwest of Bucklin

Counties Passed through: Comanche, Clark, Ford


In 1937, the State Highway Commission accepted control of a road in Clark County connecting Oklahoma Highway 34 with US 160, near Sitka and designated it as K-34. In addition, they changed the designation of the road between Protection and Bucklin from K-41 to K-34, while the “old” K-34 in southeast Kansas was re-designated K-37. By 1940, the road between Sitka and the Oklahoma line was designated as US 183. By 1965, a new alignment for K-34 was built between Bucklin and Sitka, bypassing Protection and Comanche County.