Arizona State Route 89
SR 89 highlighted in red
|Maintained by ADOT, City of Prescott|
|Length||104.53 mi (168.22 km)|
|Existed||1992 (from U.S. Route 89)–present|
|South end||US 93 northwest of Wickenburg|
|North end||I-40 west of Williams|
The southern terminus of SR 89 is located at an intersection with U.S. Route 93 northwest of Wickenburg. It is a largely south-north route; the largest city through which it now passes is Prescott, where it meets SR 69 and the extremely scenic SR 89A. The segment between Prescott and Congress (intersection with SR 71) is quite scenic. The northern terminus of the highway is located at an interchange with Interstate 40 (I-40) in Ash Fork.
This highway was a segment of US 89 between Ash Fork at I-40 and US 93 northwest of Wickenburg.
All of US 89 was deleted south of its current southern terminus with Interstate 40 in Flagstaff after interstate highways offered shorter and more direct routes than the old long-distance US 89 in central and southern Arizona in 1992.
The entire route is in Yavapai County.
|||0.00||0.00||US 93 – Wickenburg, Phoenix, Kingman||Southern terminus|
|Congress||9.88||15.90||SR 71 south – Kingman, Los Angeles|
|Prescott||54.53||87.76||SR 69 north – Prescott Valley, Phoenix||Interchange; no southbound exit|
|Gurley Street||Interchange; southbound left exit only; northbound access is via Aven Drive intersection|
|61.09||98.31||SR 89A north (Pioneer Parkway) – Prescott Valley, Sedona||Interchange; Pioneer Pkwy. exit 317|
|Ash Fork||104.53||168.22||I-40 BL west / I-40 – Williams, Grand Canyon Junction, Flagstaff, Ash Fork, Los Angeles||Northern terminus; I-40 exit 146; highway continues as I-40 BL west|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|
- Drake, Arizona, site of the old Hell Canyon Bridge formerly used by US 89, now on the National Register of Historic Places.
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