Missouri Route 3

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"MO 3" redirects here. MO 3 may also refer to Missouri's 3rd congressional district.

Route 3 marker

Route 3
Route information
Maintained by MoDOT
Length: 72 mi (116 km)
Major junctions
North end: Route 11 south of Kirksville
  Route 156
US 36 / Route 110
US 24
Route 129
South end: Route 5 / Route 240 north of Fayette
Highway system
Route 2 Route 5

Route 3 is a highway in northern and central Missouri. Its northern terminus is at Route 11 south of Kirksville; its southern terminus is at Route 5/Route 240 northwest of Fayette.

Junction list[edit]

County Location mi[1] km Destinations Notes
Howard Prairie Township 0.0 0.0 Route 5 / Route 240 – Fayette, Glasgow
2.4 3.9 Route JJ
Armstrong 4.1 6.6 Route U
4.6 7.4 Route V
Randolph Roanoke 7.7 12.4 Route B
8.0 12.9 Route 129 – Salisbury
Silver Creek Township 13.1 21.1 Route U
13.2 21.2 Route BB
Salt Springs Township 17.1 27.5 US 24 – Moberly Southern terminus of US 24 concurrency
Clifton Hill 20.6 33.2 US 24 – Salisbury Northern terminus of US 24 concurrency
Thomas Hill 26.8 43.1 Route F – Darksville
Chariton Township 26.9 43.3 Route W
Macon Kaseyville 34.1 54.9 Route T – College Mound
Callao 44.6 71.8 US 36 / Route 110 – Brookfield, Macon Interchange
Valley Township 51.4 82.7 Route EE
53.0 85.3 Route HH – Elmer
Independence Township 57.7 92.9 Route J – Elmer
Richland Township 64.2 103.3 Route 156 – South Gifford Southern terminus of Route 156 concurrency
65.8 105.9 Route 156 – La Plata Northern terminus of Route 156 concurrency
Adair Benton Township 73.8 118.8 Route 11 – Kirksville
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

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