K-148 (Kansas highway)

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K-148 marker

Route information
Maintained by KDOT
Length: 86.665 mi[1] (139.474 km)
Existed: 1937 – present
Major junctions
West end: K-28 two miles north of Randall and six miles east of Jewell
North end: N-112 at the Nebraska state line, seven miles north of Hanover
Counties: Jewell, Republic, Washington
Highway system
  • Kansas State Highway System
K-147 K-149

K-148 is a state highway in the U.S. state of Kansas.

Route description[edit]

The route begins at K-28 north of Randall and east of Jewell and heads east through the unincorporated towns of Kackley and Norway. After crossing US-81, K-148 goes through the unincorporated town of Wayne and the incorporated town of Agenda. At the intersection of K-15 and K-9, K-148 begins a concurrency with K-9 that lasts 10 miles (16 km). Just east of Barnes, K-148 turns north, passing just to the east of Hanover before ending at the Nebraska state line. The road continues as Nebraska Highway 112.[2]


The western branch of the road was a county road. It first appeared on the Kansas state map in 1956.[3] The road between the K-9/K-15 intersection to the Nebraska line was marked as K-15E until sometime between 1987 and 1991.[3]

Major intersections[edit]

County Location mi[1] km Destinations Notes
Jewell BuffaloVicksburg
township line
0.000 0.000 K-28 – Randall
Republic Lincoln Township 22.500 36.210 US-81 – Belleville, Concordia
Washington Linn Township 56.200 90.445 K-9 west / K-15 – Linn, Washington Western end of K-9 overlap
Greenleaf Township 62.291 100.248 K-119 north – Greenleaf
Barnes 66.252 106.622 K-9 east – Blue Rapids Eastern end of K-9 overlap
Hanover Township 75.627 121.710 US-36 – Washington, Marysville
Hanover 79.152 127.383 K-234 west – Hanover
Hanover Township 79.658 128.197 K-243 east – Bremen
Independence Township 86.665 139.474 N-112 north – Beatrice Continuation into Nebraska
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


  1. ^ a b Staff (2016). "Pavement Management Information System". Kansas Department of Transportation. Retrieved April 16, 2017. 
  2. ^ Official State Transportation Map (Map) (2007-2008 ed.). Kansas Department of Transportation. § F9. 
  3. ^ a b Kansas Department of Transportation: Historic State Maps

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