Missouri Route 89
|Maintained by MoDOT|
|Length:||38.737 mi (62.341 km)|
|South end:||Route 28 in Belle|
|US 50 in Linn|
|North end:||Route 100 in Chamois|
Route 89 is a highway in central Missouri. Its northern terminus is at Route 100 in Chamois; its southern terminus is at Route 28 in Belle. A short spur of Highway 89 connects with east U.S. Route 50 east of Linn.
Route 89 had originally been part of Route 12B, a branch of Route 12, one of the original 1922 state highways.
|0.190||0.306||Route M (Third Street)|
|Osage||Jefferson Township||1.195||1.923||Route Y|
|Crawford Township||10.605||17.067||Route E|
|Linn||17.259||27.776||US 50 west (Main Street)||South end of US 50 overlap|
|Crawford Township||18.683||30.067||Route CC|
|20.604||33.159||US 50 east||North end of US 50 overlap|
Route 89 Spur to US 50
|Benton Township||35.377||56.934||Route FF|
|Chamois||38.431||61.849||Route K (3rd Street)|
|38.737||62.341||Route 100 (Missouri Avenue)|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
Route 89 Spur
|Length:||1.627 mi (2.618 km)|
Route 89 Spur is a 1.6-mile-long (2.6 km) highway that forms the eastern leg of a Y intersection between Route 89 and US 50 in Osage County. Southbound Route 89 travelers wishing to connect to eastbound US 50 can save nearly two miles (3.2 km) of travel by utilizing Route 89 Spur rather than making a direct connection between the two highways at Potts.
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