List of County Highways in Douglas County, Kansas facts for kids(Redirected from County Highways in Douglas County, Kansas)
Douglas County, Kansas, maintains an extensive network of county highways to serve the rural areas and state parks of the county. It is one of a handful of Kansas counties to do so.
The major county highways are set up on a grid. East–west-oriented roads have a three-digit number beginning with the numeral "4" and ending in an even digit. The further north the road, the lower the number; the further south, the higher the number. North–south-oriented roads have a four-digit number beginning with "10" and ending in an odd digit. The further west the road, the lower the number; the further east, the higher the number.
There are also minor county roads with one or two digits that travel a short distance or serve a state park.
None of the county highways enters Lawrence, the county seat.
The maximum speed limit on all county highways in Douglas County is 55 mph (89 km/h).
Major east–west oriented roads
|Highway||Western terminus||Eastern terminus||Notes|
|CR-438||CR 1029 3 mi. south of Lecompton; road continues as CR 1029 north||Lawrence city limits a half mile north of the intersection of Kasold Drive and Peterson Road||Part of the "Farmer's Turnpike" between Lawrence and Lecompton|
|CR-442 (west)||Shawnee County line; road continues as SE 45th Street||US-40 three miles west of Lawrence||Known to locals as "Stull Road" as it passes through Stull|
|CR-442 (east)||K-10 at the intersection of Noria Road/East 1750 Road near the East Hills Business Park||Johnson County line; road continues as W. 103rd Street en route to DeSoto||Former alignment of K-10|
|CR-458||Shawnee County Line; road continues as SE 89th Street||Johnson County Line; road continues as W. 150th Street en route to Olathe.|
|CR-460||Osage County Line; road continues as E. 133rd Street||Johnson County Line; road continues as W. 159th Street|
|CR-474||CR 1039 at Douglas-Franklin County Line||US-59 at Douglas-Franklin County Line||This highway runs along the Douglas-Franklin County Line|
Major north–south oriented roads
|Highway||Southern terminus||Northern terminus||Notes|
|CR-1023||Franklin County Line; road continues as Florida Terrace||CR 1029 in Lecompton|
|CR-1029 (north)||CR 442 about 1 mi. north of Clinton Lake||Jefferson County Line; road continues across Kansas River as Lecompton Road en route to Perry|
|CR-1029 (south)||Franklin County Line||CR 458 near Clinton Lake|
|CR-1039||Franklin County Line||Jct. of CR 1 and CR 458 near Clinton Lake|
|CR-1045 (north)||US-24 / US-59 in Midland, 2 miles north of Lawrence||Jefferson County line; road continues north to McLouth|
|CR-1045 (south)||Franklin County Line, road continues as Old Highway 59||US-59 / CR-458, 2 miles south of Lawrence||Former alignment of US-59.|
|CR-1055||Franklin County Line 3 mi. south of Baldwin City; road continues as Ohio Road.||K-10 in southeast Lawrence; road continues northward as Haskell Avenue|
|CR-1057||CR 460 east of Vinland||CR 442 less than a mile north of interchange with K-10|
|CR-1061||Franklin County line; road continues as Vermont Road en route to becoming 1st Street in Wellsville||Leavenworth County line at Kansas River north of Eudora; road continues as Leavenworth County Highway 1 en route to a junction with the Kansas Turnpike and Tonganoxie|
Minor county highways
|Highway||Western or Southern terminus||Eastern or Northern terminus||Notes|
|CR-1||Jct. CRs 1W and 1E at Lone Star Lake||Jct. CRs 458 and 1039 near Clinton Lake|
|CR-1E||CR 460 southeast of Lone Star Lake||CRs 1 and 1W north of Lone Star Lake|
|CR-1W||CR 460 southwest of Lone Star Lake||CRs 1 and 1E north of Lone Star Lake|
|CR-1S||CR 460 south of Lone Star Lake||Lone Star Lake|
|CR-2||CRs 458 and 1023 in western Douglas County||West side of Clinton Lake|
|CR-3||CR 460 southeast of Lone Star Lake||CR 1E east of Lone Star Lake|
|CR-4||CR 6 west of Clinton||North side of Clinton|
|CR-4W||CR 4 north of the junction with CRs 4 and 6||Clinton cemetery|
|CR-5||N 200 Road and E 750 Road||US-56 between Globe and Worden|
|CR-6||CRs 458 and 1023 southwest of Clinton||In Clinton|
|CR-7||CR 438 northwest of Lawrence||In Lake View|
|CR-9||In North Lawrence, continues as North 7th Street.||US-24 / US-40 near Lawrence Municipal Airport|
|CR-10||CR 1029 in SW Douglas County||CR 1 north of Lone Star Lake|
|CR-11||Intersection of High Street and Lawrence Street in Baldwin City||US-56 just outside Baldwin City||Part of original route of U.S. 50|
|CR-12||CR 1055 on the north side of Baldwin City||NW side of Douglas County Lake|
|CR-14||Intersection of High Street and First Street in Baldwin City||US-56 on the east side of Baldwin City||Part of original route of U.S. 50|
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