Missouri Route 156

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Route 156
Route information
Length58.715 mi [1] (94.493 km)
Existed1951 [2] –present
Major junctions
West endMO-149.svg Route 149 southwest of Kirksville
East endMO-6.svg Route 6 in Ewing
Highway system
I-155.svg I-155 Route 157 MO-157.svg

Route 156 is a highway in northern Missouri. Its eastern terminus is at Route 6 in Ewing; its western terminus is at Route 149 in northwestern Macon County.

Major intersections

CountyLocationmi [1] kmDestinationsNotes
Macon Drake Township 0.0000.000MO-149.svg Route 149 to Route 11  Ethel
Richland Township 9.51815.318MO-3.svg Route 3 south Callao Western end of Route 3 overlap
10.26716.523MO-3.svg Route 3 north to Route 11 Eastern end of Route 3 overlap
La Plata 15.95725.680US 63.svg US 63  Kirksville, Macon
Knox Salt RiverBourbon
township line
32.50652.313MO-151.svg Route 151 south Leonard Western end of Route 151 overlap
Bourbon Township 32.59052.449MO-15.svg Route 15 north Edina
MO-151.svg Route 151 ends
Eastern end of Route 151 overlap; western end of Route 15 overlap
38.25461.564MO-15.svg Route 15 south Plevna Eastern end of Route 15 overlap
Lewis Ewing 58.71594.493MO-6.svg Route 6 to US 61  Tolona
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

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References

  1. 1 2 Missouri Department of Transportation (December 14, 2020). MoDOT HPMAPS (Map). Missouri Department of Transportation. Retrieved December 14, 2020.
  2. "New Route Number is Designed to Help Motorists". The Palmyra Spectator. May 2, 1951. p. 8. Retrieved July 27, 2018 via Newspapers.com. Open Access logo PLoS transparent.svg