Missouri Route 100

Missouri Route 100

Route 100, also named Manchester Road through St. Louis County, is a state highway in the U.S. state of Missouri. It runs from Linn, Missouri at U.S. Route 50 to Interstate 55 in St. Louis. The highway is 121 miles (195 km) long.

Read more about Missouri Route 100:  Route Description, The Lewis and Clark Trail, History, Junction List

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Missouri Route 100 - Junction List
0.0 US 50 Western terminus Chamois 17.9 28.8 Route 89 Northern terminus of Route 89 Gasconade Hermann 41.2 66.3 Route 19 Western end of Route 19 concurrency 42.0 67.6 ... Louis Wildwood 95.7 154.0 Route 109 (Eatherton Road) Diamond interchange Ellisville 98.9 159.2 Route 340 (Clarkson Road, Kiefer Creek Road) Southern terminus of Route 340 Manchester 103.1 165.9 ... Eastern terminus no connection between I-55 and Route 100 1.000 mi = 1.609 km 1.000 km = 0.621 mi Concurrency terminus Closed/Former HOV Incomplete access ETC only Unopened ...
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