Nebraska Highway 10

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Nebraska Highway 10 marker

Nebraska Highway 10
Nebraska Highway 10 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by NDOR
Length: 102.18 mi[1] (164.44 km)
Existed: 1925 – present
Major junctions
South end: K-8.svg K-8 south of Franklin
  US 136 in Franklin
US 6 / US 34 in Minden
I-80 southeast of Kearney
North end: N-58 / N-92 / R-82B at Loup City
Location
Counties: Franklin, Kearney, Buffalo, Sherman
Highway system
N-9 N-11

Nebraska Highway 10 is a highway in Nebraska. Its southern terminus is at the Kansas border south of Franklin. Its northern terminus is at an intersection with Nebraska Highway 58, Nebraska Highway 92, and Recreation Road 82B in Loup City.

Route description[edit]

Nebraska Highway 10 begins at the Kansas border south of Franklin. This terminus is also the northern terminus of K-8. It continues north through farmland and after a brief turn northwest, turns north into Franklin. In Franklin, it meets U.S. Highway 136. It continues northward, staying on the same line until it meets U.S. Highway 6 and U.S. Highway 34 in Minden. It continues north where it meets Interstate 80 at interchange 279. From there it runs west, concurrently, with Interstate 80 to interchange 275, just east of the Great Platte River Road Archway Monument. Highway 10 then crosses over US 30 at a grade separation with access provided by Link 10-F just to the north. It continues north past Kearney Regional Airport before turning west where it meets Nebraska Highway 40 north of Kearney.[2] Here, it turns north again, goes through Pleasanton, then meets Nebraska Highway 2 at Hazard. It turns northeast, then east and continues in that direction until an intersection with Nebraska Link 82A, then turns north. It proceeds north until ending in Loup City at an intersection with Nebraska Highway 92 and Nebraska Highway 58.[1]

Former alignment[edit]

In November 2016, the East Kearney Bypass was officially opened to traffic.[3] This replaced the former route of Highway 10 which crossed I-80 at interchange 279 to meet US 30 east of Kearney. It then ran west, concurrently, with US 30 into Kearney before departing north along 2nd Avenue at the Intersection of US 30 and Highway 44 where it continued north along it's present route.[1]

Major intersections[edit]

County Location mi[1] km Destinations Notes
Franklin 0.00 0.00 K-8 south Continuation into Kansas
Franklin 6.82 10.98 US 136 east (M Street) South end of US 136 overlap
7.32 11.78 US 136 west North end of US 136 overlap
20.38 32.80 N-4
Upland 22.39 36.03 S-31A east
Hildreth 23.40 37.66 S-31B west
Kearney Minden 34.40 55.36 N-74 east (1st Street)
34.91 56.18 US 6 / US 34
44.41 71.47 L-50A west
Buffalo 47.56 76.54 I-80 east South end of I-80 concurrency; I-80 exit 279
Kearney I-80 west North end of I-80 concurrency; I-80 exit 275
L-10F to US 30 Provides access to grade-separated US 30
Glenwood Park 60.93 98.06 N-40 west (78th Street) Roundabout
Sherman Hazard 84.60 136.15 N-2
90.39 145.47 L-82A east
Loup City 102.18 164.44 N-58 / N-92 Northern terminus
N REC 82B.svg R-82B east (O Street) – Sherman Reservoir State Recreation Area Continuation beyond northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Nebraska Highway Reference Log Book" (PDF). Nebraska Department of Roads. 2015. pp. 38–40. Retrieved January 6, 2017. 
  2. ^ "Kearney East Bypass" (PDF). Nebraska Department of Roads. Retrieved 29 December 2016. 
  3. ^ "City of Kearney Capital Improvement Update". City of Kearney. 1 December 2016. Retrieved 29 December 2016. 

External links[edit]

Route map: Google

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