Utah State Route 270

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State Route 270 marker

State Route 270
West Temple Street
Route information
Defined by Utah Code §72-4-132
Maintained by UDOT
Length: 0.749 mi[1] (1.205 km)
Existed: 1960 – present
Major junctions
South end: I‑15 / I‑80 in Salt Lake City
  SR‑269 in Salt Lake City
North end: US‑89 in Salt Lake City
Highway system
SR‑269 SR‑271

State Route 270 is a short north–south thoroughfare that sits completely within Salt Lake City in Salt Lake County, entirely along West Temple Street. The southern terminus is at 900 South, with ramps to an from I-15/I-80 at exit 305D; its northern terminus is at US-89 (400 South, formerly SR-186).

Route description[edit]

After its southern terminus, SR-270 heads north for its entire course, having a dual intersection with SR-269, one eastbound and one westbound. Afterwards it terminates at US-89.

History[edit]

The State Road Commission designated SR-270 in 1960 as a branch from proposed I-15 to SR-176 (900 South) at West Temple Street. In 1969, the state legislature extended it north to SR-186 (400 South, now US-89).[2]

Major intersections[edit]

The entire route is in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County.

Mile[1] km Destinations Notes
0.000 0.000 I‑15 south / I‑80 east – Provo, Cheyenne Interchange
0.000 0.000 West Temple Street south Interchange; no southbound entrance
0.006 0.010 900 South Former SR-176
0.457 0.735 SR‑269 east (600 South)
0.607 0.977 SR‑269 west (500 South) to I‑15 south / I‑80 west
0.749 1.205 US‑89 (400 South) Former SR-186
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

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