Kansas Highways: Numbers 180-199

K-180K-181K-182US 183US 183
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K-184K-185K-186K-187K-188
K-189K-190K-191K-192K-193
K-194K-195K-196K-197K-198
K-199

K-180

Length: 0.307 miles

Historic South Endpoint: Junction K-4 south of Alta Vista

Historic North Endpoint: South City Limits of Alta Vista

Historic County Served: Wabaunsee

K-180 was designated via a March 27, 1956 resolution from a former section of K-13 between K-10 and Washington Street in Alta Vista. The number was assigned in sequence. In a July 29, 1957 resolution, K-180 was moved to a newly-constructed route connecting what was now designated K-4 to Main Street.

By 2001, the city of Alta Vista annexed out to K-4. K-180 was withdrawn and turned back to Alta Vista in a December 19, 2001 KDOT resolution.


K-181

Length: 70.324 miles

South Endpoint:
US 24 at Downs (1937-1948)
Mitchell/Osborne County line west of Tipton (1948-1950)
Tipton (1950-1952)
Lincoln/Mitchell county line south of Hunter (1952-1954)
K-18 north of Sylvan Grove (1954-1964)
Saline River Bridge south of Sylvan Grove (1964-1972)
K-232 at east edge of Wilson Dam (1972-present)

North Endpoint: Junction US 36281 south of Lebanon

Counties Served: Russell, Lincoln, Mitchell, Osbourne, Smith


K-182

Length: 0.861 miles

South Endpoint: Junction US 36 south of Bellaire

North Endpoint: South City Limits of Bellaire

County Served: Smith

Established November 23, 1955

AADT (2019): 340 (5.9% truck)


US 183

South Endpoint: Oklahoma State Line south of Sitka

North Endpoint: Nebraska State Line ;north of Phillipsburg

Counties Served:
Clark, Comanche, Kiowa, Edwards, Pawnee, Rush, Ellis, Rooks, Phillips

Historic Counties Served: Norton, Decatur

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US 183 Bypass

Length: 7.100 miles

Southeast Endpoint: US 183 south of Hays

Northwest Endpoint: I-70 exit 157 (de facto)/I-70 exit 159 (de jure)

County Served: Ellis

Junction Guide

County MPState MPJunction
183A-24/0.0000.000US 183 (Begin US 183 Bypass)
183A-24/0.6380.638West city limits Hays
183A-24/1.0071.007Main Street/ex-K-274, Old US 183
183A-24/3.1793.17927th Street, Hays
183A-24/4.894
70-24/13.398
4.894I-70
(signed end US 183 Bypass)
70-24/15.6047.100I-70/US 183
(de jure end US 183 Bypass)

AADT (2019)

LocationCountTruck %
US 183 to Main Street3,86014.2%
Main Street to 27th Street4,60012.0%
27th Street to I-703,92014.4%
I-70 from Exit 157 to Exit 15916,70026.1%

K-184

Length: 1.578 miles

South Endpoint: I-70/US 24 exit 36

North Endpoint: South City Limits of Brewster

County Served: Thomas

AADT (2019): 815 (9.2% truck)

History

K-184 was established in a August 16, 1955 Highway Commission resolution as a spur connecting US 24 to Brewster via Kansas Avenue. The number was assigned in sequence. A new alignment connecting to Hastings Road was constructed in 1968 and opened in 1969 in conjunction with the construction of I-70 in western Thomas County


K-185

Length: 0.650 miles

South Endpoint: North city limits of McFarland

North Endpoint: I-70/US 40 Exit 330

County Served: Wabaunsee

AADT (2019): 520 (16.3% truck)

History

K-185 was established in a May 25, 1955 Highway Commission resolution to connect the re-aligned K-10 to McFarland. The number was assigned in sequence. It was re-constructed as a concrete-paved road in 1961 in conjunction with the upgrading of K-10 to I-70.


K-186

Length: 1.600 miles

South Endpoint: North City Limits of Menlo

North Endpoint: Junction US 24 north of Menlo

County Served: Straddles the Thomas/Sheridan county line

AADT (2019): 155 (12.9% Truck)

History

K-186 was established in a March 23, 1955 Highway Commission resolution after completion of a new alignment of US 24 from the Sheridan/Thomas county line to Hoxie. The number was assigned in sequence. The new route was constructed as a blacktop road in 1953 as part of a relocation of US 24 from US 83 to the Sheridan/Thomas county line.


K-187

Length: 7.999 miles

South Endpoint: Junction K-9 in Centralia

North Endpoint: Junction US 36 4 miles west of Seneca

County Served: Nemaha

History

K-186 was established in a March 9, 1955 Highway Commission resolution. The number was assigned in sequence. It was constructed by Nemaha County in 1954 as a blacktop road.

Junction Guide

County MPState MPJunction
187-66/0.0000.000K-9 (Begin K-187)
187-66/0.2790.279North city limits Centralia
187-66/7.9994.894US 36 (End K-187)

AADT (2019)

LocationCountTruck %
K-9 to north city limits Centralia1,0709.3%
North city limits Centralia to US 3691011.0%

K-188

Length: 3.100 miles

South Endpoint: Seguin

North Endpoint: Junction US 24 8 miles west of Hoxie

County Served: Sheridan

AADT (2019): 155 (16.1% Truck)

History

K-188 was established in a March 27, 1956 Highway Commission resolution connecting the newly-constructed US 24 to Seguin. The number was assigned in sequence. The route was constructed in 1955 as a blacktop road.


K-189

Length: 0.915 miles

South Endpoint: East City Limits of Miltonvale

North Endpoint: Junction US 24 north of Miltonvale

County Served: Cloud

AADT (2019): 745 (4.7% truck)

History

K-189 was established in a November 24, 1954 Highway Commission resolution in conjunction with the relocation of US 24 to the north of Miltonvale. The number was assigned in sequence. K-189 utilized a segment of the old US 24 blacktop alignment.


K-190

Length: 23.992 miles

Northwest Endpoint: Junction US 160 4 miles north of Ryus

Southeast Endpoint: Junction US 83-160 7 miles south of Sublette

Counties Served: Grant, Haskell, Seward

History

K-190 was established in a series of Highway Commission resolutions on August 11, 1954 from an existing series of county roads. The number was assigned in sequence. The entire route was blacktopped by the end of 1954.

Junction Guide

County MPState MPJunction
190-34/0.0000.000US 160 (Begin K-190)
190-34/6.000
190-41/0.000
6.000Grant/Haskell county line
190-41/6.29012.290West junction US 56
West city limits Satanta
190-41/7.37013.370East Junction US 56
East city limits Satanta
190-41/11.170
190-88/0.000
17.170Haskell/Seward county line
190-88/6.82223.992US 83-160 (End K-190)

AADT (2019)

LocationCountTruck %
US 160 to MP 5.834010.3%
MP 5.8 to US 5634511.6%
US 56/K-190 in Satanta2,60020.8%
US 56 to MP 1546020.7%
MP 15 to MP 2243521.8%
MP 22 to US 83-16025012.0%

K-191

Length: 0.999 miles:

West Endpoint: Geographical Center of the United States

East Endpoint: Junction US 281 north of Lebanon

County Served: Smith

AADT (2019): 40 (37.5% truck)

History

K-191 was established in a April 14, 1954 Highway Commission resolution to serve as a spur from US 281 to the monument to the Geographical center of the (48 contiguous) United States north of Lebanon. The number was assigned in sequence. The entire route was blacktopped by the end of 1954


K-192

Length: 16.241 miles

West Endpoint: Junction US 59/K-16 west of Winchester

East Endpoint: Junction US 73/K-7 east of Easton

Counties Served: Jefferson, Leavenworth

K-192 was established in a January 4, 1939 Highway Commission resolution as a new route connecting US 59 and US 73 via Winchester and Easton. The number was derived from K-92. The route was blacktopped in 1951.

Junction Guide

County MPState MPJunction
192-44/0.0000.000US 59/K-16 (Begin K-192)
192-44/2.4262.426West city limits Winchester
192-44/2.8312.831East city limits Winchester
192-44/7.731
192-52/0.000
7.731Jefferson/Leavenworth county line
192-52/3.81711.548West city limits Easton
192-52/4.44312.174East city limits Easton
192-52/8.51016.241US 83-160 (End K-192)

AADT (2019)

LocationCountTruck %
US 59 to Winchester8756.3%
In Winchester95013.7%
Winchester to Jefferson/Leavenworth county line6358.7%
Jefferson/Leavenworth county line to Easton6458.5%
In Easton1,4309.8%
Easton to MP 15.41,7505.1%
MP 15.4 to US 732,3404.9%

K-193

Length: 0.467 miles

South Endpoint: North City Limits of Asherville

North Endpoint: Junction US 24 north of Asherville

County Served: Mitchell

AADT (2019): 210 (11.9% truck)

History

K-193 was established in a March 24, 1954 Highway Commission resolution as part of a relocation of US 24 in eastern Mitchell County. The number was assigned in sequence. K-193 was designated on a section of what was originally the Beloit-Asherville Road that was built and paved in 1920.


K-194

Length: 1.600 miles

South Endpoint: North City Limits of Simpson

North Endpoint: Junction US 24 north of Simpson

County Served: Straddles the Mitchell/Cloud county line

AADT (2019): 190 (21.1% truck)

History

K-193 was established in a March 24, 1954 Highway Commission resolution as part of a relocation of US 24 in western Cloud County. The number was assigned in sequence. K-193 was designated on a section of old US 24 that was blacktopped in 1948.


K-195

Length: 0.400 mile

South Endpoint: Junction K-31 south of Harveryville

North Endpoint: South City Limits of Harveyville

County Served: Wabaunsee

AADT (2019): 250 (8.0% truck)

History

K-195 was established in a March 10, 1954 Highway Commission resolution connecting K-31 with Harveyville. The number was assigned in sequence. It was constructed and brought in to the state highway system as a blacktop road.


K-196

Length: 28.463 miles

Northwest Endpoint: I-135/US 81/K-15 exit 22

Southeast Endpoint:
US 54/US 77 in El Dorado (1937-1994)
K-254 west of El Dorado (1994-present)

Counties Served: Harvey, Butler

History

K-196 was established in a June 7, 1937 Highway Commission resolution connecting US 81 to US 54/US 77 in El Dorado via Whitewater and Potwin. The number was derived from nearby K-96. The route was blacktopped by 1950.

By 1994, K-196 and K-254 were concurrently signed from their junction west of El Dorado to their east end at US 54-77. In a May 6, 1994 KDOT resolution, K-196 was pulled back to the K-196/K-254 junction.

Junction Guide

County MPState MPJunction
196-40/0.0000.000I-135 (Begin K-196)
196-40/9.559
196-8/0.000
9.559West city limits Winchester
196-8/0.2489.807Main Street, Whitewater
196-8/7.30016.859Powell Street, Potwin
196-8/18.90428.463K-254 (End K-196)

AADT (2019)

LocationCountTruck %
I-135 to MP 72,33013.5%
MP 7 to Whitewater2,30029.3%
At Whitewater1,93016.6%
Whitewater to Potwin1,72020.1%
Potwin to MP 26.61,46025.3%
MP 26.6 to K-2542,44017.4%

K-197

Length: 1.996 miles

West Endpoint: Industry

East Endpoint: Junction K-15 17 miles south of Clay Center

County Served: Straddles the Clay/Dickinson county line

AADT (2019): 100 (15.0% truck)

History

K-197 was established in a December 30, 1957 Highway Commission resolution from a former section of K-15 along the Clay/Dickinson county line between the unincorporated community of Industry and the new K-15 alignment. The number was assigned in sequence. The former K-15 had been blacktopped by 1948.


K-198

Length: 0.811 mile

South Endpoint: I-70/US 40 exit 115

North Endpoint: Ainslie Avenue, Collyer

County Served: Trego

AADT (2019): 370 (10.8% truck)

History

K-198 was established in a February 26, 1958 Highway Commission resolution as part of the construction of I-70 between Collyer and Ogallah. The number was assigned in sequence. The section of K-198 between Old US 40 and I-70 was constructed in 1959.


K-199

Length: 0.832 miles

South Endpoint: North City Limits of Courtland

North Endpoint: Junction US 36 north of Courtland

County Served: Republic

AADT (2019): 1,090 (12.3% truck)

History

K-199 was established in a March 26, 1958 Highway Commission resolution as part of a relocation of US 36 in eastern Jewell and western Republic Counties. The number was assigned in sequence. The route consisted of a section of the old US 36 alignment between Courtland and the new US 36 that was first graded in 1925 and blacktopped in 1932.