K-68 (Kansas highway)

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K-68 marker

Route information
Maintained by KDOT
Major junctions
West end: US-75 / K-31 one mile south of Lyndon.
  K-268 north of Quenemo
I-35 / US-59 / US-50 in Ottawa
K-33 in Peoria Township
US-169 / K-7 north of Paola
US-69 in Louisburg
East end: Route 2 at the Missouri state line.
Counties: Miami, Franklin, Osage
Highway system

Kansas numbered highways

K-67 K-71

The K-68 is a state highway in Kansas beginning at Missouri Route 2 and passing through Louisburg where it intersects with U.S. Highway 69. Four miles west of Louisburg, K-68 intersects with U.S. 169 and K-7, it also provides an end terminus with K-33 in Franklin County. As K-68 enters Ottawa, it intersects with I-35/U.S. 59/U.S. 50 near the Walmart Distribution Center. Near downtown Ottawa, it crosses the former route of US-59 before jogging to the southwest, crossing the Marais des Cygnes River then continuing to the west.

K-68 continues through Pomona, then heads south at the junction with K-268 and goes through Quenemo before heading west again. K-68 comes to an end about a mile south of Lyndon at an intersection with U.S. 75 and K-31.

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