Utah State Route 137
|Maintained by UDOT|
|Length||11.357 mi (18.277 km)|
|Existed||1933 – present|
|West end||US-89 in Gunnison|
|North end||US-89 north of Mayfield|
State Route 137 is configured as a loop of US-89, with a short southern spur to service the center of Mayfield. It begins in Gunnison as 600 S at its intersection with Main Street (US-89), and travels eastward, turning southeast towards Mayfield as it passes the end of a mountain range. At about the 7-mile (11 km) mark, as the route enters Mayfield's town limits, the southern spur splits off and travels south along Main Street for about 0.5 miles (0.80 km). The main leg of the route turns north on State Street and continues the 3.7 miles (6.0 km) north to its terminus at US-89.
State Route 137 was established in 1933 as the road "from Route 89 southerly to Mayfield thence westerly to route 89 at Gunnison". The route has remained essentially unchanged since then, as its current description reads "From Route 89 in Gunnison easterly to Mayfield; then northerly to Route 89".
The entire route is in Sanpete County.
|Gunnison||0.000||0.000||US-89 (Main Street)||Western terminus|
|Mayfield||7.130||11.475||Begin southern spur to Mayfield|
|7.686||12.369||100 South||Southern spur ends|
|7.687||12.371||Northern branch resumes|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
Route map: Google
- Utah State Legislature (1933). Chapter 30. Session Laws of Utah.
(137) From route 89 southerly to Mayfield thence westerly to route 89 at Gunnison.
- "State Route 137 highway reference" (PDF). Utah Department of Transportation. 1 September 2009. Retrieved 2 May 2011.
- Google. "Utah State Route 137" (Map). Google Maps. Google.