Missouri Highways Route Log

Counties in which each endpoint is located are shown in parentheses.

Miniature pseudo-markers are shown for US, Missouri, Interstate, and Interstate Business Loop and Spur Routes (unless you chose the text-only display option). The markers are based on Shield Generator [replaced by Shields Up, (c) 2002 David R. Kendrick] with additional modifications. More about the markers here.

Where available, links are also shown to relevant Road Signs & Sights Gallery photos.

Abbreviations: MO = Missouri Route, ALT = Alternate Route, SH = State Highway (for states other than Missouri), SP = Spur Route, SR = Supplemental Route (the secondary Missouri roads designated with letters).
US 71

US 71

North Endpoint: Iowa line between Clarinda IA and Maryville (Nodaway)
South Endpoint: Arkansas line SE of Anderson (McDonald)
Principal Cities: Maryville, Savannah, St Joseph, Platte City, North Kansas City, Kansas City, Grandview, Belton, Harrisonville, Adrian, Butler, Rich Hill, Nevada, Lamar, Carthage, Joplin, Neosho, Anderson
Counties: Nodaway, Andrew, Buchanan, Platte, Clay, Jackson, Cass, Bates, Vernon, Barton, Jasper, Newton, McDonald
Derivatives: MO 171, MO 371, MO 571
Entirely a divided highway (with some freeway segments) between Maryville and St Joseph and between Kansas City and Joplin; new freeway in 1998 built between Joplin and Anderson; concurrent with I-29 from N end of I-229 between Savannah and St Joseph to the downtown freeway loop in Kansas City; Watkins Drive parkway/freeway in midtown Kansas City, opened October 22, 2001

Road Signs & Sights Gallery Photos

Business Route 71

Cities: Maryville, Savannah, Anderson, Pineville

Road Signs & Sights Gallery Photos

Spur 71

West Endpoint: US 71, 1 mi W of Milo (Vernon)
East Endpoint: Milo (Vernon)
Counties: Vernon
Derivative of US 71
0.4 mi spur into Milo

Alternate US 71

Renamed or decommissioned
Now MO 571 from Carthage to US 71, US 71 from MO 571 to I-44, MO 59 from I-44 to 2 mi S of Neosho (decommissioned 1998, was last designated Alternate US route in Missouri)
Output produced by routelog, program copyright (c) 1998-2007, Mark Roberts. All rights reserved.

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