Idaho State Highway 33

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State Highway 33 marker

State Highway 33
Route information
Maintained by ITD
Length155.084 mi[1] (249.584 km)
Major junctions
West end US 20 / US 26 near Arco
  I-15 near Terreton
US 20 in Rexburg
East end WYO 22 on the IdahoWyoming state line
CountiesButte, Jefferson, Madison
Highway system
SH 32SH 34

State Highway 33 (SH-33) is a state highway in Idaho spanning from U.S. Route 20 (US-20) and US-26 to Wyoming Highway 22) at the Wyoming state line.

Route description[edit]

Idaho State Highway 33 begins at an intersection with U.S. Route 26/U.S. Route 20 in Butte County. The highway proceeds northwest, passing through rural area, before bending and traveling northward. The highway continues northward until intersecting with the Little Lost River Highway, and turning east. The road proceeds eastward, before intersecting Idaho State Highway 22, and proceeding. After continuing eastward, the roadway bends northwest for a short distance, before bending back eastward. The route continues eastward, passing the Mud Lake Airport, and intersecting State Highway 28. ID 28 proceeds concurrently with the highway. The roadway continues eastward, continuing through rural area, before reaching an interchange with Interstate 15, where ID 28 terminates. The highway proceeds eastward, passing over the Snake River, and continuing. The road enters Rexburg, reaching an interchange with U.S. Route 20. The route continues eastward into Rexburg, before turning northward. The highway proceeds northward out of Rexburg, before bending northeast, traveling parallel to U.S. Route 20. The roadway bends eastward, passing through Sugar City, before turning north. The route bends back eastward, and proceeds to the community of Teton. The highway continues east, passing through Newdale, and continuing through rural area. It continues, bending southeast, before bending northwestward, and afterward, bending back southeast. The highway travels east, intersecting State Highway 32, before turning south. The route passes the Driggs-Reed Memorial Airport, and entering the city of Driggs. The road proceeds southward through Driggs, intersecting State Highway 31 in the community of Victor, and bending southeast. The roadway continues to the Wyoming-Idaho state line, where it terminates.[2] Wyoming Highway 22 continues eastward.

Major intersections[edit]

Butte0.0000.000 US 20 / US 26 – Blackfoot, Arco, Boise
Howe15.92925.635Little Lost River Highway northSouthern terminus of Little Lost River Highway
24.68039.719 SH 22 north – DuboisSouthern terminus of SH-22
29.07046.784Lincoln Boulevard southNorthern terminus of Lincoln Boulevard
JeffersonMud Lake43.62070.200 SH 28 north – SalmonWestern terminus of SH-28 concurrency
58.86194.728 I-15 / SH 28 – Idaho Falls, ButteExit 143 on I-15; eastern terminus of SH-28 concurrency
58.96294.890Old Highway 91 north – HamerSouthern terminus of Old Highway 91
MadisonRexburg78.190125.835 US 20 – Idaho Falls, Saint Anthony, West Yellowstone, MTExit 333 on US-20
Sugar City100.000160.934 To US 20 / 9th Street North (SH-33 Spur)
TetonTetonia SH 32 – Ashton
Victor149.622240.793 SH 31 west – Swan ValleyEastern terminus of SH-31
155.084249.584 WYO 22 east (Teton Pass Highway) – Wilson, JacksonContinuation into Wyoming
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


Route map:

KML is from Wikidata
  1. ^ a b Staff (December 18, 2006). "State Highway 33". Idaho Transportation Department. Retrieved September 28, 2012.
  2. ^ Google (January 29, 2013). "Overview Map of IDaho State Highway 33" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved January 29, 2013.