U.S. Route 400

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U.S. Route 400 marker

U.S. Route 400
Route information
Length 481.306 mi[a] (774.587 km)
Existed 1994 – present
History Extended west in 1996[citation needed]
Major junctions
West end US 50 / US 385 in Granada, CO
 
East end I-44 / US 166 near Joplin, MO
Location
States Colorado, Kansas, Missouri
Highway system
Colorado State Highways
  • Kansas State Highway System
SH 394COSH 402
K-383KSI-435
Route 376MOUS 412

U.S. Route 400 is a mostly east–west U.S. Highway, commissioned in 1994. The highway's eastern terminus is southwest of Joplin, Missouri, near Loma Linda, at an intersection with Interstate 44, which it shares with U.S. Route 166. It originally ended in Garden City, Kansas; in 1996 it was extended to its current western terminus in Granada, Colorado at an intersection with U.S. Route 385.

Route description[edit]

Colorado[edit]

US 400 begins in Granada at an intersection with US 385. It then runs concurrently with US 50 through Holly east to the Kansas border.

Kansas[edit]

US-400 and US-50 enter Kansas west of Coolidge. They run concurrently through Garden City, where it intersects US-83 and separate at Dodge City, which is where it intersects US-56 and US-283. It continues southeast from Dodge City and first intersects US-54 at Mullinville.

US-400 and US-54 begin a long concurrency at Mullinville which passes through Greensburg, Pratt, and Kingman before entering Wichita. While in Wichita, US-400 and US-54 intersect Interstate 235 and the concurrency of US-81 and Interstate 135. K-96 provides a short freeway connection to Interstate 35, which is also the Kansas Turnpike. At Augusta, US-400 and US-54 enter into another concurrency with US-77, and US-400 breaks from this concurrency at Haverhill.

US 400/54 a few miles west of Pratt, Kansas.

US-400 continues east through several small towns before turning southeast to go through the Fredonia area and intersecting US-75 at Neodesha. After a brief concurrency with US-75, it turns east, intersecting US-59 near Parsons before intersecting US-69 south of Pittsburg. It then turns south with US-69 and at Crestline, follows US-69A south to Riverton. US-400 then turns east with US-166 at Baxter Springs, and the two highways run concurrently eastward into Missouri.

Missouri[edit]

US 400, along with US 166, terminates at I-44 about one mile (1.6 km) east of the Kansas-Missouri state line, three miles (5 km) west of Joplin.

History[edit]

U.S. 400's eastern terminus approaching I-44 in Newton County, Missouri

U.S. Route 154[edit]

A section of U.S. 400 that ran from Dodge City to Mullinville, Kansas was U.S. Route 154 from 1926 to 1982. It later became K-154 before becoming part of U.S. 400.[citation needed]

Major intersections[edit]

StateCountyLocationmi[b]kmDestinationsNotes
ColoradoProwersGranada0.0000.000 US 50 west / US 385 – Lamar, Cheyenne Wells, Sand Creek Massacre National Historic SiteWestern end of US 50 overlap
5.7199.204Road 30 – HartmanFormer SH 196
Holly10.73717.280 SH 89 (First Avenue) – Lycan
 14.814
0.000
23.841
0.000
ColoradoKansas state line
KansasHamiltonSyracuse16.09425.901 K-27 north (McDow Street) – TribuneWestern end of concurrency with K-27
16.62426.754 K-27 south (Main Street) – Johnson CityEastern end of concurrency with K-27
KearnyLakin43.96570.755 K-25 (Main Street) – Ulysses, Leoti
FinneyHolcomb59.84896.316Big Lowe Road – HolcombDiamond interchange
Garden City65.848105.972
US-83 north / US-50 Bus. east / US-83 Bus. south – Garden City, Scott City
Diamond interchange; western end of concurrency with US-83
69.618112.039 K-156 (Kansas Avenue) / Mary StreetPair of half-diamond interchanges with one-way ramps connecting Mary Street and K-156
71.156114.514
US-83 south / US-50 Bus. west (Fulton Street) – Garden City, Liberal
Partial cloverleaf interchange; eastern end of concurrency with US-83
GrayCimarron102.427164.840 K-23 (Main Street) – Meade, Dighton
Ford116.681187.780 US-50 east – Dodge CityEastern end of US-50 overlap
119.852192.883 US-56 west – SubletteWestern end of US-56 overlap
123.395198.585 US-283 south – Minneola, Boot Hill, Front StreetWestern end of US-283 overlap
Dodge City126.825204.105 US-56 east / US-283 north / Trail Street – Jetmore, KinsleyEastern end of US-56 / US-283 overlap
147.625237.579 K-34 south – Bucklin
Kiowa160.797258.778 US-54 west – MeadeInterchange; western end of US-54 overlap; westbound exit and eastbound entrance
167.767269.995 US-183 – Kinsley, Coldwater
PrattPratt199.963321.809 US-281 – St. John, Medicine Lodge, Airport
201.236323.858 K-61 north – Hutchinson, Pratt Community College
202.346325.644Southeast 25th Avenue – Pratt County LakeFormerly K-64
Kingman217.105349.397170th Avenue – CunninghamInterchange
230.329370.679 K-11 north – Hutchinson
Kingman234.554377.478 K-14 south (North Main Street) – Anthony, Business District, AirportWestern end of K-14 overlap
238.301383.50840th AvenueInterchange; western end of freeway
239.009384.64870th Avenue
244.713393.827 K-14 north (100th Avenue) – Hutchinson, MurdockEastern end of K-14 overlap
249.778401.979Mount Vernon (150th Avenue)
Sedgwick252.769406.792 K-251 (391st West) – Cheney Reservoir
253.769408.402383rd West – Cheney
255.819411.701343rd West – St. Joe
258.820416.530295th West – Garden PlainInterchange; eastern end of freeway; former K-163
Wichita270.840435.875Maize RoadInterchange; western end of freeway
271.840437.484Tyler Road
272.829439.076Ridge Road – Mid-Continent Airport
273.838440.700Dugan RoadNo direct eastbound exit (signed at Ridge Road)
274.303441.448 I-235I-235 exit 7
274.840442.312West Street
Edwards / Meridianformer K-42
Seneca / Sycamore
253.789408.434Central Business District
278.459448.136Washington Avenue
279.205449.337 I-135 / US-81 / K-15 – Salina, Oklahoma CityI-135 exits 5B-6A
Grove StreetWestbound exit and eastbound entrance
Hillside
Oliver / Edgemoor
Woodlawnno direct westbound exit (signed at Armour)
Towne East Drive / Armour
285.943460.181RockInterchange; no direct eastbound exit (signed at Armour)
Kansas Turnpike / I-35 – Oklahoma City, Kansas CityKansas Turnpike exit 50
286.017460.300WebbUnder construction
GreenwichUnder construction
Zelta Road 127th StreetUnder construction; Eastern end of freeway
286.172460.549 K-96 west to I-35 / Kansas Turnpike – HutchinsonInterchange
ButlerAugusta297.431478.669 US-77 south (Warren) – Douglass, WinfieldWestern end of US-77 overlap
302.952487.554Haverhill, SmileybergInterchange
305.143491.080 US-54 east / US-77 north – El DoradoInterchange; eastern end of US-54 / US-77 overlap
Greenwood338.268544.390 K-99 south – HowardWestern end of K-99 overlap
339.315546.075 K-99 north – Emporia, Severy via county roadEastern end of K-99 overlap
Wilson358.104576.313 K-39 east – Chanute, Toronto Lake, Cross Timbers State Park
366.496589.818 K-47 east – Altoona, FredoniaRoundabout
377.295607.197 US-75 north – NeodeshaInterchange; western end of US-75 overlap
Montgomery381.326613.685 US-75 south – IndependenceInterchange; eastern end of US-75 overlap
390.527628.492 US-169 – Chanute, CoffeyvilleInterchange
Labette397.052638.993Dennis via county road, Mound Valley via county road, Big Hill LakeFormer K-133
Parsons406.061653.492 US-59 – Parsons, ErieInterchange
CherokeeCrawford
county line
420.172676.201 K-126 east – McCune
Cherokee430.148692.256 K-7 – Girard, Columbus
437.128703.489 US-69 north / US-160 east / K-171 east – Joplin, MO, PittsburgWestern end of US-69 / US-160 overlap
Cherokee439.095706.655 K-103 west – Weir
448.223721.345 US-69 south / US-160 west – ColumbusEastern end of US-69 / US-160 overlap; western end of US-69 Alt. overlap
455.507733.067 K-66 east / Beasley Road – GalenaRoundabout
457.274735.911
US-69 Alt. south – Baxter Springs
Eastern end of US-69 Alt. overlap
460.350740.862 US-166 west – Baxter SpringsWestern end of US-166 overlap
462.251743.921 K-26 north – Galena
 465.556
0.000
749.240
0.000
Kansas–Missouri state line
MissouriNewton0.9361.506 I-44 / US 166 ends – Springfield, TulsaI-44 exit 1; eastern end of US 166 overlap
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Total mileage is a summation of the state mileages.[1][2][3]
  2. ^ Mileposts reset at state line crossings.[1][2][3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "OTIS Highway Data Explorer". Colorado Department of Transportation. Archived from the original on September 10, 2012. Retrieved April 15, 2017. 
  2. ^ a b Staff (2016). "Pavement Management Information System". Kansas Department of Transportation. Retrieved April 16, 2017. 
  3. ^ a b Missouri Department of Transportation (April 16, 2017). MoDOT HPMAPS (Map). Missouri Department of Transportation. Retrieved April 16, 2017. 

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