Utah State Route 55
|U.S. Route 6 Business|
|Maintained by UDOT|
|Length||2.942 mi (4.735 km)|
|Existed||1975 – present|
|West end||US-6 / US-191 in Price|
|SR-10 in Price|
|East end||US-6 / US-191 in Price|
State Route 55 is a short highway that loops around the town of Price in central Utah, United States, beginning and ending at US-6/US-191 in a span of three miles (5 km). US-6 Business is cosigned with the route.
From its western terminus at the offramp of US-6/US-191, the highway goes east on 100 North. At its junction 300 East, it turns south briefly before returning east on Main Street. It continues on Main Street, which veers to the south until meeting again with another grade-separated intersection.
In 1975 the route was formed again, this time forming a partial loop around SR-27, now US-6/US-191. Since then, the route has not been changed.
|US-6 / US-191 (Dinosaur Diamond Prehistoric Highway) – Provo, Duchesne||Western terminus; Grade-separated intersection|
|0.913||1.469||SR-10 south (Carbon Avenue) – Huntington|
|2.942||4.735||US-6 / US-191 (Dinosaur Diamond Prehistoric Highway) – Moab, Grand Junction||Eastern terminus|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
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