K-113 (Kansas highway)
|Seth Child Road|
|Maintained by KDOT|
|Length:||5.631 mi (9.062 km)|
|South end:||K-18 in Manhattan|
|North end:||US-24 north of Manhattan|
K-113 is a state highway in northeast Kansas. It runs from K-18 in southern Manhattan to US-24, passing through the western areas of the City. In Manhattan, the highway is named after Seth Child, an early Manhattan pioneer. Most of the highway is four-laned with mixed-access, and serves as a major arterial highway for the western portions of the city. The highway is almost wholly inside the Manhattan city limit, and ends near the Riley County shops along US-24 north of Manhattan.
The road begins at K-18 (Kansas highway) in the western part of Manhattan with a diamond interchange. The route moves northward through suburbs surrounded by deciduous forests before interchanging with Anderson Avenue and Kimball Avenue through a more condensed part of town. Passing Washington Marlatt Memorial Park, the road exits town and enters a semi-rural grassland area, ending at a partial interchange with U.S. Route 24.
The entire route is in Riley County.
|Manhattan||0.000||0.000||K-18 (Fort Riley Boulevard)||Interchange; southern terminus; road continues as Canyon Drive|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi