State Route 180A in Arizona
State Route 180A is a state route in the U.S. state of Arizona. The road forms a short link between Concho and US 180 in the eastern part of the state. State Route 180A is 11 miles long.
The road begins in the village of Concho on State Route 61. Concho is also the only place on the route. The road heads north through the flat desert at about 1,700 meters altitude. The environment is barren and mountain areas are far away. The road ends at an intersection with US 180 north of Concho.
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The road is the original route of US 180 from St. Johns to Holbrook. Presumably in 1974 a more direct route of US 180 was opened, after which the old route was renumbered as State Route 180A.
Only 150 vehicles use the road every day.
State Route 181 in Arizona
State Route 181 is a state route in the U.S. state of Arizona. The road forms an east-west route in the southeast of the state, connecting Chiricahua National Monument to US 191 at Pearce. State Route 181 is 43 kilometers long.
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The road in the Chiricahua National Monument.
The road begins at 1,300 meters altitude at an intersection with US 191 near Pearce, about 60 kilometers north of the border town of Douglas. The road heads east, initially through flat area with some circular irrigation. The road leads to the Chiricahua Mountains, a mountain range with peaks of almost 3,000 meters. State Route 181 ends at the entrance to the Chiricahua National Monument, which is known for its many steep cliffs. The road itself continues physically through the Bonita Canyon to a parking lot at 2,100 meters.
State Route 181 was added to the network of state routes in Arizona in 1970 and has not been modified since.
The Chiricahua National Monument was created in 1924. It includes a special landscape with vertical rock formations in a canyon.
Every day, 700 vehicles drive near US 191, dropping to just 100 vehicles at the Chiricahua National Monument.
State Route 186 in Arizona
State Route 186 is a state route in the U.S. state of Arizona, located in the southeast of the state. The road connects the Chiricahua National Monument with the town of Willcox. State Route 186 is 54 kilometers long.
State Route 186 begins at Willcox at a junction with Interstate 10. The road passes through Willcox, this is also the only place on the route. The road generally heads southeast parallel to the Chiricahua Mountains. The mountains lie to the east, a large plain lies to the west. No major roads are crossed until the terminus at Chiricahua National Monument, where the road ends on State Route 181.
The route was added to the network of state routes in Arizona in 1955. At the time, the road outside Willcox was still unpaved. The road was paved in the 1960s. The main function of State Route 186 is to provide access to the Chiricahua National Monument from Interstate 10.
Every day, 5,000 vehicles drive through Willcox and 200 to 300 vehicles continue to the Chiricahua National Monument.
State Route 187 in Arizona
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State Route 187 is a state route in the U.S. state of Arizona. The road forms a short connection 9 kilometers north of Casa Grande.
State Route 187 is a 9-mile single-lane highway linking State Route 387 and State Route 87 northeast of Casa Grande, and well south of the Phoenix metropolitan area. The starting point is near the junction with Interstate 10. The road leads through flat desert from which some small mountain ridges rise. There are no places on the route.
State Route 187 was added to the network of state routes in Arizona in 1944, and then ran from downtown Casa Grande to SR-87. The road was completely paved in 1966. In 1984, the section between Casa Grande and SR-387 near I-10 was scrapped.
1,400 vehicles use the road every day.