K-156 (Kansas highway)
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|Maintained by KDOT|
|Length:||176.4 mi (283.9 km)|
|Existed:||1957 as US 156, 1982 as K-156 – present|
US-50 Bus. / US-83 Bus. in Garden City
|East end:||I‑70 / US-40 in Ellsworth|
|Counties:||Finney, Hodgeman, Pawnee, Barton, Ellsworth|
U.S. 156 was planned as U.S. 155.
US-50 Bus. / US-83 Bus.
|Western terminus of K-156|
|US-50 / US-83 / US-400|
|K-23 north||Western end of K-23 concurrency|
|K-23 south||Eastern end of K-23 concurrency|
|Larned||US-56 west||Western end of US 56 concurrency|
|Barton||Great Bend||K-96 west||Western end of K-96 concurrency|
|US-56 east / K-96 east||Western end of US 56/K-96 concurrency|
|Ellsworth||Ellsworth||K-14 south||Southern end of K-14 concurrency|
|K-14 north||Northern end of K-14 concurrency|
|K-111 east||Western terminus of K-111|
|I‑70 / US-40||Eastern terminus of K-156|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
- Droz, Robert V. U.S. Highways : From US 1 to (US 830). URL accessed 13:10, 23 October 2006 (UTC).
- Kennedy, Richie Kansas Highways Routelog. URL accessed 13:12, 23 October 2006 (UTC).
- 1965 Kansas State Highway Map
- Oklahoma Department of Transportation, Chronological History Documentation: US 56 (correspondence between ODOT, AASHO, and other DOTs)
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