U.S. Route 383

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U.S. Route 383 marker

U.S. Route 383
Route information
Auxiliary route of US 83
Existed: 1942 – 1982
Major junctions
South end: US-40 / US-83 in Oakley, KS
North end: US 30 / US 183 in Elm Creek, NE
Highway system

U.S. Route 383 was a north–south United States highway. US 383 was created in 1942, and deleted in 1982. After deletion, a portion of the highway became K-383.

Route description[edit]


US-383 began in Oakley, heading north along present-day US-83. A short distance north of Oakley, the route intersected I-70. In Halford, US-83/US-383 crossed over US-24. From here, the road turned northeast, where US-383 split from US-83 near Leoville. US-383 continued to the northeast until meeting US-36. At this point, the route turned east for a concurrency with US-36, crossing US-283 in Norton. Past Norton, US-383 split from US-36 and resumed northeast, reaching an intersection with US-183 near Woodruff a short distance south of the Nebraska border.[1][2]


In Nebraska, US-383 continued north on the present alignment of US-183, reaching an intersection with US-136 in Alma.[1][2] Prior to 1964, US-383 continued north past Alma, intersecting US-6/US-34 in Holdrege before ending at US-30 in Elm Creek.[1][3]


When the route was first commissioned in 1942, it ran from Oakley, Kansas to Elm Creek, Nebraska, a distance of 175 miles (282 km). In 1964, the north end of US 383 was truncated to Alma, Nebraska.

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  1. ^ a b c United States-Canada-Mexico Road Atlas (Map). Rand McNally. 2010. 
  2. ^ a b United States featuring the Interstate Highway System (Map). Cartography by General Drafting. Esso. 1966. 
  3. ^ Grand Island, Nebraska 1:250,000 quadrangle (Map). United States Geological Survey. 1955. Retrieved 2010-11-11.