Missouri Route 15

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MO-15.svg

Route 15
Missouri Route 15
Route information
Maintained by MoDOT
Length118 mi (190 km)
Existed1922–present
Major junctions
North end Van Buren County Route V56 IA.svg Van Buren CR V56 near Milton, Iowa [1]
South end No image wide.svg Business plate.svg
US 54.svg US 54.svg US 54/US 54 BUS in Mexico
Highway system
MO-14.svg Route 14 MO-16.svg Route 16

Route 15 is a highway in northeast Missouri. Its northern terminus is at the Iowa state line about thirteen miles (19 km) north of Memphis; its southern terminus is at U.S. Route 54 in Mexico.

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Route 15 is one of the original 1922 Missouri highways, though its southern terminus was significantly farther at Route 71 (now U.S. Route 65) at Buffalo. It was replaced by U.S. Route 54 from Mexico to southwest of Macks Creek and by Route 73 from that point to Buffalo.

Major intersections

CountyLocationmikmDestinationsNotes
Audrain Mexico US 54.svg US 54  Bowling Green, Jefferson City, Auxvasse interchange; southern end of US 54 Bus. / Route 22 overlap
Business plate.svg
US 54.svg US 54 Bus. east (Boulevard Street)
northern end of US 54 Bus. overlap
MO-22.svg Route 22 west (Monroe Street) Centralia northern end of Route 22 overlap
Monroe MO-154.svg Route 154 east Perry southern end of Route 154 overlap
Paris Business plate.svg
US 24.svg US 24 Bus. west Madison
northern end of Route 154 overlap; southern end of US 24 Bus. overlap
US 24.svg US 24  Madison, Monroe City northern end of US 24 Bus. overlap
Shelby Shelbina Business plate.svg
US 36.svg US 36 Bus. (Maple Street)
No image wide.svgNo image.svgChicago-Kansas City Expressway plate.svgNo image.svg
US 36.svgMO-110.svg US 36 / Route 110 (CKC)  Macon, Monroe City
interchange
Shelbyville MO-168.svgMO-supp-K.svg Route 168 east / Route K west (Main Street) Hagers Grove, Emden
Knox MO-156.svg Route 156 east Newark, Henry Sever Lake Conservation Area southern end of Route 156 overlap
MO-156.svgMO-151.svg Route 156 west to Route 151  Novelty northern end of Route 156 overlap
MO-6.svg Route 6 west Kirksville southern end of Route 6 overlap
Edina MO-6.svg Route 6 east Knox City northern end of Route 6 overlap
MO-11.svgMO-supp-K.svg Route 11 south / Route K east Adair, Baring
Scotland US 136.svg US 136 west Lancaster southern end of US 136 overlap
Memphis US 136.svg US 136 east Kahoka northern end of US 136 overlap; southern end of US 136 Bus. overlap
No image.svgBusiness plate.svgNo image.svg
US 136.svg US 136 Bus. east (Monroe Street)
northern end of US 136 Bus. overlap
CR V56 jct.svg CR V56 north Milton former Iowa 15
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

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