Kansas Highways Routelog

Kansas Highway 8 (Southern Segment)

Established December, 1959
Length: 1.275 miles
South Endpoint:
Oklahoma State Line South of Kiowa

North Endpoint:
Junction K-2 in Kiowa

Counties Passed through: Barber


In a December, 1959 memo, the State Highway Commission's Engineer of Highway Planning notified the State Highway Commission that what was K-11 was being discontinued and re-designated as K-8, creating two segments of what was originally a continuous highway

By the time the K-8 designation was restored to the Barber County segment, it had been hard surfaced.