Kansas Highways: Numbers 160-179


US 160

Length: 471 miles

West Endpoint: Colorado State Line southwest of Johnson City

East Endpoint: Missouri State Line east of Frontenac

Counties Served:
Stanton, Grant, Haskell, Seward, Meade, Clark, Comanche, Kiowa, Barber, Harper, Sumner, Cowley, Elk, Montgomery, Labette, Cherokee, Crawford.

Established in 1930


K-161

Length: 17 miles

South Endpoint: Junction US 36 at Bird City

North Endpoint: Nebraska State Line south of Benkelman, Neb.

Counties Served: Cheyenne

Established November 24, 1954


K-163

Length: 0.485 miles

Historic South Endpoint: North City Limits of Garden Plain

Historic North Endpoint: Junction US 54/400 north of Garden Plain

Historic County Served: Sedgwick

Established August 10, 1966
Withdrawn June 1, 2013


K-164

Length: 0.427 miles

Historic West Endpoint:
Junction of 85th Street North and Broadway, Valley Center

Historic East Endpoint: I-135/US 81 exit 17

Historic County Served: Sedgwick

Established January 27, 1967
Withdrawn June 3, 1985


K-165

Length: 0.928 miles

Historic South Endpoint: East city limits of Hesston.

Historic North Endpoint: I-135/US 81 exit 40

Historic County Served: Harvey

Established January 27, 1967
Withdrawn July 1, 1985


US 166

Length: 169 miles

West Endpoint: Junction US 81 in South Haven

East Endpoint: Missouri State Line east of Baxter Springs

Counties Served:
Sumner, Cowley, Chautauqua, Montgomery, Labette, Cherokee

Original Kansas Highway


Business US 166

Length: 6 miles

West Endpoint: Junction US 166 west of Sedan

East Endpoint: Junction US 166 south of Sedan, concurrent with K-99

County Served: Chautauqua

Established August 16, 1993


K-167

South Endpoint: Junction K-96 south of Marienthal

North Endpoint: South City Limits of Marienthal

County Served: Wichita

Established September 25, 1967


K-168

South Endpoint: Junction US 56 /K-15 south of Lehigh

North Endpoint: South City Limits of Lehigh

County Served: Marion

Established March 26, 1969


US 169

South Endpoint: Oklahoma State Line in Coffeyville

North Endpoint:
Missouri State Line on the Fairfax Bridge in Kansas City (1935-1991)
Missouri State Line on the Lewis and Clark Viaduct in Kansas City (1991-present)

Counties Served:
Montgomery, Labette, Neosho, Allen, Anderson, Franklin, Miami, Johnson, Wyandotte

Established c. 1935


Business US 169

Previously Designated: Alternate US 169 (1936-1981)

Length: 2.811 miles

South Endpoint:
Junction US 169 south of Garnett, concurrent with US 59 and K-31

Northeast Endpoint:
Junction US 169 east of Garnett, on 6th Avenue.

County Served: Anderson

Established June 6, 1936


K-170

Southwest Endpoint: Junction K-99 west of Reading

Northeast Endpoint: Junction K-31 in Osage City

Counties Served: Lyon, Osage

Designated October 31, 1957


K-171

Length: 4.9 miles

West Endpoint: Junction US 69 south of Pittsburg

East Endpoint: Missouri State Line southeast of Pittsburg

County Served: Cherokee

Established May 14, 2003


K-171 (1958)

Historic South Endpoint: North city limits of Bushton

Historic East Endpoint: Junction K-4 north of Bushton

Historic County Served: Rice

Established August 27, 1958; Withdrawn April 7, 2010


K-173

Length: 0.7 miles

South Endpoint: Densmore

North Endpoint: Junction K-9 north of Densmore

County Served: Norton

Established March 13, 1956


K-174

Historic West Endpoint: Junction US 75/K-31 west of Melvern

Historic East Endpoint: West City Limits of Melvern

Historic County Served: Osage

Established September 26, 1956; Re-designated K-31 c. 1977


K-175

Length: 0.5 miles

Historic South Endpoint: North City Limits of Marquette

Historic North Endpoint: Junction K-4 north of Marquette

Historic County Served: McPherson

Established June 13, 1956; Withdrawn September 9, 2009


K-176

Historic South Endpoint: North City Limits of Lucas

Historic North Endpoint: Junction K-18 north of Lucas

Historic County Served: Russell

Established April 24, 1957; withdrawn August 24, 2006


US 177

Length: 3.5 miles

South Endpoint: Oklahoma State Line South of South Haven

North Endpoint: Junction US 81 in South Haven

County Served: Sumner

Established c. 1930


K-177

South Endpoint:
Junction US 77 in El Dorado (1964-1977
Junction US 54 east of El Dorado (1977-present)

North Endpoint:
Junction US 77 South of Randolph (1964-1965)
Junction US 77 east of Riley, concurrent with US 24 (1965-1991)
Junction US 24 in Manhattan (1991-present)

Counties Served: Butler, Chase, Morris, Wabaunsee, Geary, Riley

Established April 8, 1964


K-178

Length: 3.498 miles

South Endpoint: Junction US 36 2 miles west of Seneca

North Endpoint: St. Benedict

County Served: Nemaha

Established March 29, 1957


K-179

Length: 11.6 miles

South Endpoint: Oklahoma State Line north of Manchester, Okla.

North Endpoint: Junction K-44 in Anthony

County Served: Harper

Established July 26, 1955