Missouri Route 19

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Route 19 marker

Route 19
Route information
Maintained by MoDOT
Length: 256 mi (412 km)
Existed: 1922 – present
Major junctions
North end: No image wide.svgBusiness plate.svg
US 61.svgUS 61.svg US 61/US 61 BUS (Avenue of the Saints) in New London
  US 54.svg US 54 near Laddonia
MO-161.svg Route 161 in Montgomery City
I-70.svgUS 40.svg I-70/US 40 near New Florence
MO-100.svg Route 100 in Hermann
US 50.svg US 50 in Drake
I-44.svg I-44 in Cuba
MO-8.svg Route 8 in Steelville
MO-32.svgMO-68.svgMO-72.svg Routes 32, 68 & 72 in Salem
US 60.svg US 60 in Winona
US 160.svg US 160 in Alton
South end: US 63.svg US 63 in Thayer
Highway system

Missouri Highways
Supplemental

Route 18 Route 20

Route 19 is a long state highway in Missouri. Its northern terminus is at U.S. Route 61 in New London and its southern terminus is at U.S. Route 63 on the north side of Thayer. Route 19 is one of Missouri's original 1922 highways, though it initially had a northern terminus at Route 14 (now Interstate 44) in Cuba and was later extended north.

Route description[edit]

Route 19 begins at U.S. Route 61 in New London. It then travels mainly south, forming an 8 mile concurrency with U.S. Route 54, 3 miles west of Farber. The highway intersects Interstate 70 near New Florence. It crosses the Missouri River on the Christopher S. Bond Bridge at Hermann. There is a concurrency with Missouri Route 100 through Hermann. It then forms a brief 1 mile concurrency with U.S. Route 50 at Drake. Through Owensville there is a concurrency with Route 28. The highway intersects Interstate 44 at Cuba. South of Cuba, the highway is designated as a scenic highway. It forms a concurrency with Route 8 through Steelville. It passes through the Ozark National Scenic Riverways and portions of the Mark Twain National Forest. The highway overlaps U.S. Route 60 in Winona and U.S. Route 160 in Alton. The highway terminates at U.S. Route 63 in Thayer.

History[edit]

The part from Drake north to US 54 east of Mexico was Route 45 from 1922 until about 1930.

Major intersections[edit]

County Location Mile km Destinations Notes
Oregon Thayer
US 63 / US 63 Bus. south – Thayer, Koshkonong
Alton US 160 east – Doniphan south end of US 160 overlap
US 160 west – West Plains north end of US 160 overlap
Shannon Winona US 60 west – Birch Tree south end of US 60 overlap
US 60 east – Fremont north end of US 60 overlap
Eminence Route 106
Dent Salem Route 32 / Route 72 – Rolla, Boss
Route 68 west – St. James
  Route 117 south
Crawford Cherryville Route 49 south – Davisville, Viburnum, Dillard Mill State Historic Site
Steelville Route 8 east – Potosi south end of Route 8 overlap
Route 8 west – St. James north end of Route 8 overlap
Cuba Route ZZ west (Washington Street / Historic Route 66) – Fanning
I-44 – Rolla, Sullivan, St. Louis I-44 exit 208
Gasconade Owensville Route 28 west – Bland south end of Route 28 overlap
  Route 28 east – Rosebud north end of Route 28 overlap
  US 50 east – Rosebud south end of US 50 overlap
Drake US 50 west – Mount Sterling north end of US 50 overlap
Hermann Route 100 west / Lewis and Clark Trail west – Gasconade south end of Route 100 / Lewis and Clark Trail overlap
Route 100 east / Lewis and Clark Trail east north end of Route 100 / Lewis and Clark Trail overlap
Montgomery   Route 94 / Lewis and Clark Trail – Rhineland, Treloar
  I-70 / US 40 – Danville, Columbia, Jonesburg, St. Louis I-70 exit 175
Montgomery City Route 161 south – Danville south end of Route 161 overlap
Route 161 north – Middletown north end of Route 161 overlap
Audrain Scotts Corner US 54 west / Route BB east – Mexico, Middletown south end of US 54 overlap
Bassinger Corner US 54 east / Route J west – Vandalia north end of US 54 overlap
Ralls   Route 154 east south end of Route 154 overlap
  Route 154 west – Perry north end of Route 154 overlap
 
US 61 / US 61 Bus. north – Hannibal, Bowling Green
interchange
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi