State Route 313 in Wyoming
State Route 313, also known as WYO 313 is a state route in the U.S. state of Wyoming. The road forms an east-west route through the east of the state, from Chugwater to near Hawk Springs. WYO 313 is 50 kilometers long.
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WYO 313 begins in the village of Chugwater, the only place directly on the route and located near Interstate 25, 70 miles north of Cheyenne. The road leads eastwards over a bare plateau, after which one abruptly descends on the edge of the plateau to the lower plain. South of the village of Hawk Springs, WYO 313 ends at US 85.
A small portion of WYO 313 at Chugwater was the original route of US 87. In 1959, Interstate 25 opened along Chugwater, after which US 87 was routed over it. WYO 313 also has minor importance for traffic between I-25 and US 85.
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Every day, 100 to 150 vehicles use WYO 313.
State Route 316 in Wyoming
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State Route 316, also known as WYO 316 is a state route in the U.S. state of Wyoming. The road forms an east-west route in the east of the state. WYO 316 runs east from Wheatland across the prairies to Antelope Gap Road. The road is 19 kilometers long, 200 vehicles use the road daily.
State Route 319 in Wyoming
State Route 319, also known as WYO 319 is a state route in the U.S. state of Wyoming. The road forms a north-south route in the east of the state, from Interstate 25 to Orin. WYO 319 is 46 kilometers long.
WYO 319 runs parallel to Interstate 25 for its entire length, on several sections immediately adjacent to it. The road begins halfway between Wheatland and Glendo at a junction with I-25 and passes Glendo Reservoir, a fairly large reservoir of the North Platte River. Between Glendo and Orin, WYO 319 runs parallel to a heavily traveled rail line. Near the hamlet of Orin, WYO 319 terminates at US 18.
WYO 319 was the original route of US 185 between 1926 and 1936 and later US 87 until Interstate 25 was built parallel to WYO 319. This section of I-25 was put into service between 1961 and 1975, after which US 87 was rerouted over the highway and the old route was renumbered to WYO 319.
The road is lightly used, south of Glendo less than 100 vehicles per day, north of Glendo about 300 vehicles per day.
State Route 320 in Wyoming
State Route 320, also known as WYO 320 is a state route in the U.S. state of Wyoming. The road forms a north-south route in the east of the state, from Wheatland paralleling Interstate 25 to US 26. Just outside Wheatland is a large coal-fired power station along the road. WYO 320 was originally part of US 185 and later US 87 before I-25 opened. Every day 2,700 vehicles use the road in Wheatland itself and 400 vehicles north of it. WYO 320 is 20 kilometers long.
State Route 336 in Wyoming
State Route 336, also known as WYO 336 is a state route in the U.S. state of Wyoming. The road connects the village of Wyrno with the town of Sheridan and is 19 kilometers long. The road leads through a valley that also has a railway line, but the asphalt pavement also ends at the terminus of WYO 336. Every day, 500 vehicles use WYO 336.
State Route 345 in Wyoming
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State Route 345, also known as WYO 345 is a state route in the U.S. state of Wyoming. The road forms an east-west route in the far north of the state, from the Montana state border through Ranchester to near Acme. WYO 345 is 31 kilometers long.
The road begins near the hamlet of Parkman on the border with the state of Montana and heads south, then east through a valley. The road runs at first for some distance, later right next to Interstate 90. A railway line runs parallel to the road. The only noteworthy place on the route is the village of Ranchester, where it intersects US 14. WYO 345 then terminates at the hamlet of Acme at a junction with I-90.
The road was originally part of US 87. The section of Interstate 90 that parallels this section was the last stretch of highway in the state to open in 1985. After that, US 87 was rerouted over I-90, renumbering the old route as WYO 345.
Every day, 300 to 600 vehicles use WYO 345.
State Route 351 in Wyoming
State Route 351, also known as WYO 351 is a state route in the U.S. state of Wyoming. The road forms an east-west route through the west of the state, from Marbleton to US 191. WYO 351 is 39 kilometers long.
Just north of the village of Marbleton, WYO 351 turns off US 189. The road leads east through a dry and desert-like area, intersected by a few small rivers. To the northeast is the Wind River Range prominently visible across the plain. The road leads through uninhabited areas, but there are numerous oil and gas installations in the region. The road ends after nearly 25 miles at an intersection with US 191.
The road is primarily of interest to the energy sector, with numerous oil and gas installations in the WYO 351 region.
1,000 vehicles use WYO 351 every day.