State Route 394 in Colorado
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According to Directoryaah, State Route 394, commonly known as State Highway 394 or SH 394 is a state route in the U.S. state of Colorado. The road connects Craig to the outlying areas east of the village in northwestern Colorado. SH 394 passes the Craig-Moffat Airport. The road is 15 kilometers long, and has been a state highway since 1949. The usefulness of the road as a state highway is doubted, especially east of the airport. 4,000 vehicles drive daily in Craig but only 200 vehicles east of the airport.
State Route 402 in Colorado
State Route 402, commonly known as State Highway 402 or SH 402, is a state route in the U.S. state of Colorado. The road forms a 7-kilometer east-west link from US 287 in Loveland to its junction with Interstate 25. SH 402 is formed by 14th Street. It became a state highway in 1950 and was asphalted in 1954. The importance of SH 402 increased after the growth of the town of Loveland. Every day, 11,000 to 16,000 vehicles use the SH 402.
State Route 41 in Colorado
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State Route 41, commonly known as State Highway 41 or SH 41 is a state route in the U.S. state of Colorado. The road connects in the extreme southwest of the state, from US 160 to the Utah state border. There are no places on or near the 15 kilometer route.
SH 41 begins in the desert of southwestern Colorado at an intersection with US 160, 5 miles (8 kilometers) from the four-state point (Four Corners) with Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, and Utah. SH 41 is single-lane and heads northwest through the desert, where there are few major elevation changes. There are no towns or villages in this area, the nearest town, Cortez, is over 50 kilometers away. After 15 kilometers you reach the border with the state of Utah, after which State Route 162 in Utah continues to Bluff.
SH 41 was added to the state highway network in 1965, then assigned to the current highway in far southwest Colorado. The road primarily handles traffic between southwestern Colorado and southeastern Utah. The nearest alternate road between the two states (US 491) is more than 70 kilometers to the north.
Every day 800 vehicles use the SH 41.
State Route 42 in Colorado
State Route 42, commonly known as State Highway 42 or SH 42 is a state route in the U.S. state of Colorado. The road connects through the suburb of Lafayette north of Denver and is five miles long.
The east-west part near Louisville.
SH 42 runs both north-south and east-west. The north-south portion begins on Arapahoe Road ( SH 7 ) and continues south on 96th Street along the suburb of Louisville. This part mainly has two lanes, but intersections are spacious. The east-west section runs on Link Street to 112th Street ( US 287 ), which also has two lanes of traffic.
The road had been a state highway since the 1920s and was originally numbered SH 168. Around 1950 this was transferred to the local government. At the time, the area was still rural with only the village of Louisville. In 1961 the road became a state highway again, numbered as SH 42 from 1965. It is possible that SH 42 originally ran on Main Street in Louisville. The area has been suburbanized since the 1990s. Especially after 2000, various residential areas were built around the road, which has become busier as a result.
Every day, 10,000 to 18,000 vehicles travel on the north-south section and 8,000 vehicles on the east-west section of SH 42.
State Route 44 in Colorado
According to ehotelat, State Route 44, commonly known as State Highway 44 or SH 44 is a state route in the U.S. state of Colorado. The road forms an east-west route through the Denver region, from Thornton to SH 2. SH 44 is 8 kilometers long.
SH 44 runs on 104th Avenue, a major urban arterial in northern Denver metropolitan area. 104th Avenue is longer than SH 44 itself. SH 44 begins at the intersection with Colorado Boulevard in Thornton and then runs east to the intersection with SH 2. It also crosses US 85. There is no connection with Interstate 76. The road alternates between 2 and 4 lanes.
The road was originally numbered as SH 24 from 1954. In 1968 the road was renumbered as SH 44 to avoid duplication with US 24. The area has been steadily suburbanized. In 2014, the eastern section between US 85 and SH 2 was widened to 2×2 lanes.
Every day, 11,000 to 17,000 vehicles use the SH 44.