K-148 (Kansas highway)
|Maintained by KDOT|
|Length:||86.665 mi (139.474 km)|
|Existed:||1937 – present|
|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|
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.
The western branch of the road was a county road. It first appeared on the Kansas state map in 1956. The road between the K-9/K-15 intersection to the Nebraska line was marked as K-15E until sometime between 1987 and 1991.
|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
- Staff (2016). "Pavement Management Information System". Kansas Department of Transportation. Retrieved April 16, 2017.
- Official State Transportation Map (Map) (2007-2008 ed.). Kansas Department of Transportation. § F9.
- Kansas Department of Transportation: Historic State Maps