K-99 (Kansas highway)
|Maintained by KDOT|
|Length:||233 mi (375 km)|
|South end:||SH-99 south of Chautauqua|
| I‑35 in Emporia
I‑70 / US-40 between Alma and Wamego
|North end:||N-99 in Summerfield|
|Counties:||Marshall, Pottawatomie, Wabaunsee, Lyon, Greenwood, Elk, Chautauqua|
K-99 is a state highway in Kansas that runs 233 miles (375 km) north–south through the eastern part of the state. K-99 has its southern end south of Chautauqua where it crosses the Oklahoma border and becomes State Highway 99 (SH-99). Its northern terminus is near Summerfield at the Nebraska state line . This route was originally K-11.
- SH-99 - Southern terminus of K-99, continuation into Oklahoma.
- Chautauqua County
- Elk County
- Greenwood County
- Lyon County
- Waubaunsee County
- Pottawatomie County
- Marshall County
- N-99 at Nebraska state line near Summerfield - Northern terminus of K-99, continuation into Nebraska
- Kennedy, Richie (2002). Kansas Highways Routelog (Kansas 99). Accessed on June 13, 2006.
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