Nevada State Route 376

Nevada State Route 376

Nevada State Routes

SR 375 SR 377 →

State Route 376 (SR 376) is a 100-mile (160 km) state highway in central Nevada in the United States. It connects U.S. Route 6 (US 6) near Tonopah north to U.S. Route 50 near Austin. The Tonopah–Austin Road existed as early as 1919, and was designated the southernmost segment of State Route 8A before being renumbered to SR 376 in 1976.

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