Missouri Route 9

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"MO 9" redirects here. MO 9 may also refer to Missouri's 9th congressional district.

Route 9 marker

Route 9
Route information
Maintained by MoDOT
Length: 15 mi (24 km)
Major junctions
North end: I-29.svgUS 71.svg I-29/US 71 in Kansas City
South end: I-35.svgI-70.svgUS 24.svgUS 40.svg I-35/I-70/US 24/US 40 in Kansas City
Highway system

Missouri Highways
Supplemental

Route 8 Route 10

Route 9 is a highway in the Kansas City, Missouri area. Its northern terminus is at Interstate 29/U.S. Route 71 in Kansas City North; its southern terminus is at Interstate 35/Interstate 70/U.S. Route 24/U.S. Route 40 in downtown Kansas City. Even though both termini are in Kansas City, it passes through other towns and cities. It is carried across the Missouri River by the Heart of America Bridge between downtown Kansas City, Missouri and North Kansas City, MO. In North Kansas City, the highway serves as a main thoroughfare, Burlington Street.

History[edit]

Route 9 was created in 1922 as Route 59 and was renumbered in the early 1930s when US 59 entered Missouri.

Junction list[edit]

County Location Mile km Destinations Notes
Platte Kansas City I-29 / US 71
Parkville Route 45 (Tom Watson Parkway)
Route FF
Riverside I-635 / US 69 south – Overland Park West end of freeway; west end of US 69 overlap
US 69 north (Riverway Parkway) Eastbound exit and westbound entrance; east end of US 69 overlap
Clay Kansas City Briarclif Parkway Westbound exit and eastbound entrance
US 169 (Arrowhead Trafficway) – Smithville, Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Airport East end of freeway
North Kansas City Route 283 north (Oak Trafficway)
Missouri River Heart of America Bridge
Jackson Kansas City 3rd Street Interchange; eastbound exit and westbound entrance
I-35 / I-70 / US 24 / US 40 – Lawrence, Wichita, St. Louis, Des Moines Interchange
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi