State Line Road

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Not to be confused with State Line Avenue, a similar road in the Texarkana metropolitan area.

State Line Road is a major north–south street in the Kansas City Metropolitan Area that runs along the KansasMissouri state line. It connects U.S. Highway 56 in the north with Route 150 in the south. Cities along the road include Kansas City, Missouri, Kansas City, Kansas, and several smaller communities in Kansas such as Leawood, Mission Hills, Prairie Village, and Westwood Hills.

For northern portions of the road, the Missouri–Kansas state line bisects the roadway. Consequently for these portions of the road, northbound traffic is in Missouri while southbound traffic is in Kansas. For southern portions of the road, the entire road is in Missouri.[citation needed]

State Line Road is home to

In 2001 Leawood promoted State Line Road as "The State Line Link."[2]

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