State Route 371, 389, 39, 391 and 392 in Colorado
State Route 371 in Colorado
|Get started||SH 15|
According to directoryaah, State Route 371, commonly known as State Highway 371 or SH 371, is a state route in the U.S. state of Colorado. The road forms a short 10-mile north-south route in the San Luis Valley. The road runs through agricultural land between SH 15 and SH 368. It has been a state highway since 1939 and was paved in 1958. Every day 800 vehicles use the SH 371.
State Route 389 in Colorado
|Get started||US 160|
State Route 389, commonly known as State Highway 389 or SH 389 is a state route in the U.S. state of Colorado. The road forms a north-south route across the southern High Plains and is 20 kilometers long.
SH 389 in Branson.
SH 389 begins about 60 kilometers east of Trinidad at an intersection with US 160 and then heads south across the barren steppe. The only place on the route is the small town of Branson, just before the border with the state of New Mexico. Then State Route 551 in New Mexico continues south to Folsom.
The road was originally numbered SH 100, and later US 160. In the late 1940s, US 160 moved north from Trinidad and the old route was renumbered SH 389. The road was completely paved in 1965. Branson has some fame for being the southernmost town in Colorado, just 0.5 miles from the New Mexico state border.
SH 389 is an extremely quiet road with 40 to 80 vehicles per day. It is one of the least traveled state highways in Colorado.
State Route 39 in Colorado
|End||Jackson Lake SP|
State Route 39, commonly known as State Highway 39 or SH 39 is a state route in the U.S. state of Colorado. The road forms a short north-south route in the northeast of the state, from Wiggins to the South Platte River. SH 39 is 12 kilometers long.
SH 39 begins at the village of Wiggins at a junction with Interstate 76, 100 miles northeast of Denver. Shortly afterwards the US 34 joins. The road heads north through a flat area with circular irrigation and then crosses the South Platte River. Then SH 39 ends at an intersection with SH 144.
SH 39 was added to the Colorado state highway network in 1939, on its current route north of Wiggins. The road was paved in the mid-1950s to the bridge over the South Platte River in 1955 and a little further to SH 144 in 1957. The road has changed little since then.
Every day, 3,900 vehicles drive at the junction with I-76 and 700 vehicles continue to SH 144.
State Route 391 in Colorado
State Route 391, commonly known as State Highway 391 or SH 391 is a state route in the U.S. state of Colorado. The road forms a north-south route through western Denver metropolitan area, 15 kilometers from Lakewood to Wheat Ridge.
SH 391 is formed by Kipling Street and Kipling Parkway, a 2×2 lane urban arterial to a five lane highway with center turn lane. SH 391 runs from US 285 in Lakewood to Interstate 70 in Wheat Ridge, two western suburbs of Denver. The southern part has separate carriageways, the rest is single carriageway with four to five lanes. Almost all intersections have traffic lights, except for the cloverleaf with US 6.
SH 391 became a state highway in 1955 and then ran on Kipling Street between Alameda Avenue and Colfax Avenue. In 1967, SH 391 was extended north to 44th Avenue and continued to connect with I-70 in 1968. In 1984, SH 391 was extended south on the then newly constructed Kipling Parkway.
SH 391 is a busy city highway with 34,000 to 46,000 vehicles per day.
State Route 392 in Colorado
|Get started||Fort Collins|
According to ebizdir, State Route 392, commonly known as State Highway 392 or SH 392 is a state route in the U.S. state of Colorado. The road forms an east-west route through the north of the state, from Fort Collins to Briggsdale. SH 392 is 73 kilometers long.
SH 392 begins south of the city of Fort Collins on US 287 and then continues east through suburban territory and intersects Interstate 25. To the east, the road leads through the suburbanized region around Windsor. After that, the area is more rural in character, with some exurban neighborhoods between the meadows. In the hamlet of Lucerne, just north of the town of Greeley, the US 85 crosses. To the east of this the road first leads through agricultural areas, which then turns into the steppe that typifies the High Plains. The road also curves north here and ends at the town of Briggsdale on SH 14.
SH 392 became a state highway in about 1949 and ran from Windsor via Lucerne to Barnesville. From the mid-1950s, the first parts were asphalted. In 1960, SH 392 was extended west to US 287, then well south of Fort Collins. The road was then paved. In 1974 and 1978 the route was extended in stages to Briggsdale, creating the current route. Parts of the eastern section of the route were not a state highway between 1994 and 2007. In 2012, the connection to the I-25 was upgraded due to the increasing suburbanization in the region. From 2022, 1 kilometer of the road in the west of Windsor will be widened from 2 to 4 lanes.
6,000 to 7,000 vehicles drive daily between Fort Collins, Windsor and Lucerne. The eastern part through the High Plains is significantly quieter with 100 to 400 vehicles per day.