Wyoming State Route Log: 100 through 199
|Routing: Wyoming 110 is a short, east-west state highway that starts at Wyoming 24 (Milepost 5.98) and spurs west to the main entrance to Devils Tower National Monument. Mileposts: Mileposts increase from east to west, with Milepost 0.00 at Wyoming 24 and Milepost 0.59 at the entrance to Devils Tower National Monument.||Crook||0.59||Devils Tower Road|
|Routing: Wyoming 111 travels from Interstate 90 Exit 199 north to Wyoming 24 (Milepost 39.66) near Aladdin. Mileposts: Mileposts increase from north to south. Milepost 0.00 is the junction with Wyoming 24, and Milepost 8.63 is the junction with Interstate 90 at the Aladdin Interchange.||Crook||8.63||-|
|Routing: Wyoming 112 travels from Wyoming 24 (Milepost 15.13) at Hulett north to the Montana State Line. The highway continues north to meet U.S. 212 in Alzada, Montana, via Montana 326. Mileposts: Mileposts increase from south to north. Milepost 0.00 is at the junction with Wyoming 24, and Milepost 29.50 is located at the Montana State Line.||Crook||29.50||-|
|Routing: Wyoming 113 travels from U.S. 14 (S-607, Milepost 159.67) five miles north of Moorcroft east to Pine Haven near the Keyhole Reservoir. Mileposts: Mileposts on Wyoming 113 increase from west to east. Milepost 10.00 is at U.S. 14, and the highway ends at Milepost 15.59. Wyoming 110, 111, 112, and 113 are clustered in Crook County.||Crook||5.59||Old Sundance Road|
Routing: Wyoming 114 travels from Alternate U.S. 14 in Garland northeast to U.S. 310 and Wyoming 789 in Deaver.
|Park||11.05||Old Sundance Road|
|History: Wyoming 114 was once part of U.S. 420 (between 1926 and 1936) and Wyoming 420 (between 1936 and 1939). When U.S. 14 was recommissioned to run through Greybull rather than Lovell and Powell in 1940, Wyoming 14 and Wyoming 114 were born. In the mid-1960s, Wyoming 14 would be recommissioned as Alternate U.S. 14, but Wyoming 114 remained.|
|Routing: Wyoming 116 is a southwest-northeast state highway that travels from Wyoming 450 northeast to U.S. 16 in Upton, then continues northeast to meet Business Loop I-90 and U.S. 14 in Sundance. This route is signed east-west despite its southwest-northeast orientation.||Weston, Crook||60.97||-|
|History: Wyoming 116 has had three major routings between 1926 and today. The first routing of Wyoming 116, commissioned around 1926 and decommissioned in 1936, was related to old U.S. 116. While U.S. 116 ran from U.S. 87E at Sheridan to U.S. 16 Ucross, Wyoming 116 ran from U.S. 310 at Lovell east to U.S. 87E at Ranchester (modern-day U.S. 14A and U.S. 14). The connection would be a short routing along U.S. 87E between Ranchester and Sheridan. Modern-day U.S. 14 between Greybull and Burgess Junction was then known as Wyoming 416. In 1936, U.S. 116, Wyoming 116, and U.S. 420 were recommissioned as U.S. 14, and Wyoming 416 became Wyoming 520. Then in 1940, Wyoming 116 was resurrected to replace Wyoming 316 between Midwest-Edgerton and Gillette via modern day Wyoming 387 and Wyoming 59. This lasted until 1945, when a the current routings of Wyoming 59 and 387 emerged. Several years later, the current routing of Wyoming 116 emerged. It has not changed since it was first commissioned. Wyoming 116 is the only Wyoming x16 route left.|
|Routing: Wyoming 120 travels northwest from U.S. 20 at Thermopolis to U.S. 14-16-20 in Cody, then turns northeast toward the Montana-Wyoming State Line. At the state line, Wyoming 120 transitions directly into Montana 72 as it turns northeast toward Laurel and U.S. 310.||Hot Springs, Park||121.96||-|
History: Wyoming 120 emerged in 1945 to replace Wyoming 420 south of Cody and a new road north of Cody. Wyoming 120 was commissioned to replace Wyoming 420 for three reasons: (1) Wyoming 420 was associated with the old U.S. 420, (2) Wyoming 120 had a different route than Wyoming 420 north of Cody, and (3) the state of Wyoming wanted to use the lowest number (120) available. When Wyoming numbered its state primary routes that were spurs of U.S. routes in the 1920s and 1930s, the state hoped to elevate them to U.S. route status (like Wyoming 216, which became U.S. 216). However, after the Great Recommissioning of 1936, Wyoming started to number its state auxiliary routes from the lowest available number (that is, 120, 220, etc.). This is how U.S. 30, in the 1940s and early 1950s, had child routes Wyoming 130, 230, 330, 430, and 530.
Routing: Wyoming 130 travels from Interstate 80 and U.S. 30-287 at Walcott Junction (Exit 235) south to the Wyoming 230 junction via Saratoga, then turns east across the Snowy Range Mountains through Ryan Park and Centennial to end at Business Loop I-80 and U.S. 30-287 in Laramie. The last four miles of this route at the eastern end are shared with Wyoming 230 (one of the rare instances where two signed state routes share alignment in Wyoming).
|Albany, Carbon||98.52||Snowy Range Road|
History: Wyoming 130 used to begin in downtown Saratoga at the current Wyoming 130/74 junction (this junction is unmarked; it is the corner of First and Bridge Streets). Current Wyoming 130 from the 130/74 junction south to the Wyoming 130/230 junction was old Wyoming 70. The road from Ryan Park to the 130/230 junction was not built at that time. Wyoming 130 traveled southeast along the Carbon County Route 504 path to Ryan Park, then it followed its current path due east to Centennial and Laramie.
Guide: Wyoming 130 can be divided into three distinct sections: Walcott to the split with Wyoming 230 (Platte River Valley and Saratoga), Wyoming 230 to Ryan Park, Libby Flats, and Centennial (across the Snowy Range), and Centennial to Laramie (Laramie Plains). Each of these sections are unique and beautiful in their own right. The Platte River Valley segment of 130 is more typical of the Red Desert environment, with sagebrush covering most of the area and cottonwood trees near the North Platte River. In Saratoga, there are hot springs that have been converted into a public bathing area that is popular year-round, even in blizzards. Once you reach Ryan Park on 130, you are already ascending the Snowy Range (also known as the Medicine Bow Mountains). Ryan Park is home to several cabins and a convenience store. The Medicine Bow Lodge is located here as well.
Silver Lake, Lake Marie, and other alpine lakes line the highway as it ascends the Medicine Bow Mountains, locally known as the Snowy Range. At the top of the Snowy Range, there is a good chance of ice and snow -- the road is closed in the winter due to the heavy snowfall. The view from the top, at Libby Flats, is magnificent. You can see south well into Colorado ... possibly among the best views in the state. Libby Flats marks the Carbon-Albany County line, and Wyoming 130 begins a long descent into the Laramie Basin. Winding down toward Centennial, there are many hiking and cross-country skiing trailheads. A downhill ski area, the Snowy Range Ski Area, is found just west of Centennial. The small community of Centennial has a handful of restaurants, bars, and lodging. There is no town police in Centennial; they rely on the Albany County sheriff. The remainder of the trip may seem boring by comparison, with rolling plains and the mountains in the rear view mirror. In the spring, the hills turn green due to the higher precipitation that time of the year. Notably, there is less sagebrush and more wild grass in the Laramie Plains; this is due to the reduced precipitation.
|Routing: Wyoming 131 travels from U.S. 287 (P-15, MP 0.56) in Lander southwest to Sinks Canyon State Park. Mileposts: Mileposts on Wyoming 131 increase from north to south. Milepost 0.00 is at U.S. 287, and the Lander city limits are at Milepost 1.75 (there is a realignment at 0.69BK=0.76AH). The Sinks are at Milepost 7.25, and the highway ends at Milepost 9.00. The Popo Agie River disappears into the ground at Sinks Canyon State Park; it reappears a mile or so downstream. This is known as the Sinks. The first 1.68 miles of Wyoming 131 are maintained by the city of Lander rather than Wyoming DOT according to the 1997 Route Log.||Fremont||8.93||Sinks Canyon Road|
|Routing: Wyoming 132 travels from U.S. 287 (P-15, MP 9.28) north of Lander north to U.S. 26 near Kinnear via Ethete. Wyoming 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, and 137 are clustered in Fremont County. Mileposts: Mileposts increase from south to north. Milepost 0.00 is U.S. 287, and Milepost 6.98 marks Ethete. The Wind River Indian Reservation boundary is at Milepost 16.82, and U.S. 26 (P-30, MP 114.64) and Wyoming 133 (MP 0.00) is at Milepost 17.25.||Fremont||17.43||Ethete Road|
|Routing: Wyoming 133 travels from U.S. 26 (P-30, Milepost 114.64) at Kinnear north to Pavillion. Taken together, Wyoming 133 and Wyoming 134 provide a shorter alternate around U.S. 26 and Riverton for traffic going between Jackson and Casper.Mileposts: Mileposts increase from south to north. U.S. 26 (P-30, MP 114.64) is at Milepost 0.00, and Wyoming 134 is at Milepost 4.06. The town of Pavillion is at Milepost 6.05, and the highway ends at Milepost 6.57.||Fremont||6.57||Pavillion Road|
|Routing: Wyoming 134 travels from Wyoming 133 (MP 4.06) one mile south of Pavillion east to U.S. 26 (P-20, MP 119.04) southwest of Shoshoni via Midvale. Wyoming 134 and Wyoming 133 act as an alternate to U.S. 26 by avoiding Riverton. Mileposts: Mileposts increase from east to west, with the U.S. 26/Wyoming 789 junction at Milepost 0.00 and Milepost 24.17 marking the junction with Wyoming 133. Scenic Ocean Lake is at Milepost 17.00.||Fremont||24.17||Missouri Valley Road|
|Routing: Wyoming 135 travels from U.S. 287 and Wyoming 789 (P-20, MP 42.11) at Sweetwater Station northwest of Jeffrey City north to Wyoming 136 (MP 1.06) just south of Riverton near St. Stephens. With Wyoming 136, Wyoming 135 provides an alternate to Wyoming 789 around Lander. Mileposts: Mileposts on Wyoming 135 increase from north to south. Milepost 0.00 is at Wyoming 136, and Milepost 7.35 marks the Wind River Indian Reservation Boundary. Wyoming 135 meets Wyoming 139 at Milepost 17.58, and the highway ends at Milepost 34.59, where it meets U.S. 287 and Wyoming 789.||Fremont||34.59||Sand Draw Road|
|Routing: Wyoming 136 travels from Wyoming 789 (P-20, Milepost 103.84) southeast of Riverton east to Fremont County Route 207 (Dry Creek Road) in the Gas Hills Uranium Mining District. Mileposts: Mileposts increase from west to east. Milepost 0.00 marks the western terminus, and Wyoming 136 meets Wyoming 135 at Milepost 1.06. Wyoming 136 crosses the Wind River Indian Reservation Boundary at Milepost 12.12, and it ends in the former uranium mining district at Milepost 43.74.||Fremont||43.79||Gas Hills Road|
|Routing: Wyoming 137 was a state highway that linked Wyoming 789 (P-20, Milepost 103.48) at St. Stephens west to a point east of the junction with Wyoming 132 near Ethete. This entire route is within the Wind River Indian Reservation. Mileposts: Mileposts increase from east to west. Milepost 0.00 is at Wyoming 789 (P-20, MP 103.48). The junction with Wyoming 138 is at Milepost 2.81. The route was extended, which resulted in a mileage equation (2.81BK=100.00AH), and the route ends at Milepost 105.98. History: The portion of Seventeen Mile Road that was under state control as Wyoming 137 was decommissioned in 2015 and transferred to the Wind River Indian Reservation for maintenance. The western segment remains a Fremont County road.||Fremont||7.79||Seventeen Mile Road|
|Routing: Wyoming 138 was a state highway that linked Wyoming 789 (P-20, Milepost 92.05) near Hudson with Wyoming 137 near St. Stephens. Together with Wyoming 137, Wyoming 138 provides an alternate to Wyoming 789 by staying closer to the Popo Agie River. Mileposts: Mileposts on Wyoming 138 used to increase from east to west. Milepost 0.00 was at Wyoming 789, and Milepost 8.14 marked the end of the route at Former Wyoming 137 (Milepost 2.81BK=100.00AH). History: Wyoming 138 was decommissioned on December 9, 2010, by action of the Transportation Commission of Wyoming. At that time, the State of Wyoming transferred the highway to the Bureau of Indian Affairs.||Fremont||8.14||Rendezvous Road|
|Routing: Wyoming 139 travels from Wyoming 135 (Milepost 17.58) southeast into Sand Draw. Mileposts: Mileposts increase from north to south. Milepost 17.55 is the beginning of the route at Wyoming 135, and the route ends at Milepost 19.00 in Sand Draw. Wyoming 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, and 139 are clustered in Fremont County.||Fremont||8.14||Sand Draw Road|
|Routing: Wyoming 150 is a continuation of Utah 150 along the Mirror Lake Scenic Byway. The bi-state route starts at Utah 32 at Kamas, Utah, then heads northeast to the Utah-Wyoming State Line, then continues due north past the Wyoming State Hospital to Interstate 80 and U.S. 189 Exit 5 in Evanston. From Exit 5, Wyoming 150 joins Wyoming 89 for six blocks along Front Street, ending at the signalized intersection with Business Loop I-80 and Business U.S. 189 (Sixth Street). An end Wyoming 150 shield assembly is posted at this intersection. Guide: Wyoming 150 follows State Control Route 2100 for its entire length. The Utah portion of the route is open only during the summer season over the High Uinta Mountains in Utah. It is designated as the Mirror Lake Scenic Byway, and both Utah and Wyoming advertise driving the Wyoming/Utah 150 route for its mountain scenery.||Uinta||23.05||Mirror Lake Scenic Byway|
|Routing: Wyoming 151 travels from from U.S. 85 (P-25, MP 62.75) east to La Grange near Nebraska-Wyoming Border. At that point, it changes into Nebraska 88, which links to the Heartland Expressway Corridor (Nebraska 71) just south of the Scottsbluff - Gering area. Mileposts: Mileposts increase from west to east. Milepost 0.00 is at U.S. 85, and the highway passes through La Grange between Mileposts 3.84 and 4.34. A realignment is located at Milepost 4.40BK=4.42AH, and the highway ends at the Nebraska State Line at Milepost 9.91. Nebraska 88 continues east from this point.||Goshen||9.89||La Grange Road|
|Routing: Wyoming 152 travels from U.S. 85 (P-25, MP 81.54) and Wyoming 161 (MP 0.00) 12 miles south of Torrington southwest to four miles southwest of Yoder. At that point, it splits into Goshen County Route 124 (to the west), County Route 128 (to the south), and County Route 202 (to the north). East of the U.S. 85 junction, the road continues as Wyoming 161. Mileposts: Mileposts increase from north to south. Milepost 0.00 is at U.S. 85 (P-25, MP 81.54). The junction with Wyoming 154 is at Milepost 2.00, and the junction with Wyoming 153 and the short wye connector is at Milepost 5.95. The highway ends at Milepost 9.80.||Goshen||9.80||-|
|History: Wyoming 153 used to travel from Wyoming 152 (MP 5.95) near Yoder southeast to Goodland, just northwest of Hawk Springs and U.S. 85. It is now marked as County Routes 133 and 140, according to DeLorme. Mileposts:Mileposts used to increase from west to east. Milepost 0.00 was at Wyoming 152, and the highway ends at Milepost 1.02.||Goshen||1.02||Goodland Road|
|Routing: Wyoming 154 travels from Wyoming 152 (MP 2.00) at Yoder west to Veteran, then northeast to U.S. 85 (P-25, MP 91.01) in South Torrington near the U.S. 85/Wyoming 92 junction. Mileposts: Mileposts on Wyoming 154 increase from north to south Milepost 0.00 is at U.S. 85. It passes through Veteran at Milepost 13.83, and it ends at its junction with Wyoming 152 at Milepost 21.11. There is one small milepost equation at Milepost 2.03BK=2.02AH.||Goshen||1.02||Goodland Road|
|History: Wyoming 155 used to connect U.S. 26-85 and Wyoming 156 between Torrington and Lingle. It is now part of the Wyoming 156-157 routing.||Goshen||N/A||Wyoming 156 and 157|
|Routing: Wyoming 156 travels from U.S. 85 (P-25, MP 92.02) just south of Torrington near the U.S. 85-Wyoming 154 junction to U.S. 26-85 in Lingle. Serves south bank of the North Platte River between Torrington and Lingle, while U.S. 26-85 serves the north bank. Mileposts: Mileposts increase from east to west. The highway begins at Milepost 0.00, which is U.S. 85. It leaves Torrington at Milepost 0.25, passes by a milepost equation at 12.39BK=12.38AH, then enters Lingle at Milepost 14.14. It meets Wyoming 157 at Milepost 14.16, then terminates at Milepost 14.28, which is its junction with U.S. 26-85 (P-25, MP 102.89).||Goshen||14.29||-|
|Routing: Wyoming 157 travels from U.S. 26 (P-27, MP 32.77) southeast of Fort Laramie to Wyoming 156 (MP 14.16) in Lingle via Fort Bernard and the south side of the North Platte River. Mileposts: Mileposts increase from east to west. Milepost 0.00 is at Wyoming 152, and Milepost 0.06 marks the Lingle City Limits. The route ends at Milepost 7.99, at U.S. 26.||Goshen||7.99||-|
|Routing: Wyoming 158 travels from Wyoming 92 (MP 10.99) near Huntley southeast to Nebraska 92 south of Lyman, Nebraska, via the Table Mountain area. Mileposts: Mileposts increase from west to east, with Milepost 8.02 located at the Wyoming-Nebraska State Line.||Goshen||8.02||-|
|Routing: Wyoming 159 travels from U.S. 26-85 (P-25, MP 93.46) at Torrington north to its junction with Goshen County Route 233 near the Lone Sandhill. Mileposts: Mileposts increase from south to north. Milepost 0.00 is at the junction with U.S. 85, but state maintenance begins at Milepost 0.45. The initial 0.45 of a mile is maintained by the city of Torrington. The city limits are at Milepost 1.43, and the highway ends at Milepost 12.78.||Goshen||12.78||-|
|Routing: Wyoming 160 travels from U.S. 26 (P-27, MP 27.87) southwest into Fort Laramie National Historical Site. One map (mid-1980s oil company map) showed the Wyoming 160 designation continuing southwest all the way to I-25 Exit #80 at Wheatland via Grayrocks Reservoir; that route now appears to be a county-maintained road. Mileposts: Mileposts on Wyoming 160 increase from east to west. Milepost 0.00 is at U.S. 26, and Fort Laramie is at Milepost 0.12. There is one realignment at 0.03BK=0.09AH, and the state highway ends at Milepost 1.08.||Goshen||1.02||-|
|Routing: Wyoming 161 travels from U.S. 85 (P-25, MP 81.54) and Wyoming 152 (MP 0.00) near Yoder east to Wyoming 92 (MP 8.29) at Huntley. The state highway continues west of U.S. 85 as Wyoming 152. Wyoming 151, 152, 153, 154, 156, 157, 158, 159, 160, and 161 are clustered in Goshen County.||Goshen||7.03||-|
|Routing: Wyoming 170 travels from Wyoming 120 (P-33, MP 8.13) eight miles northwest of Thermopolis to Hamilton Dome. Wyomign 170 parallels Owl Creek at the north edge of the Wind River Indian Reservation. North of Hamilton Dome, Wyoming 170 changes to Hot Springs County Route 15 north of Hamilton Dome. Via County Route 10 (Cottonwood Creek Road), one can return to Wyoming 120. Mileposts: Mileposts increase from southeast to northwest. At Milepost 0.13, the highway begins at the junction with Wyoming 120. Wyoming 170 meets Wyoming 174 at Milepost 9.74, and the Shoshone Indian Reservation Boundary is at Milepost 11.65. The state route ends at Hamilton Dome, Milepost 15.41.||Hot Springs||15.28||Owl Creek Road (E-W); Hamilton Dome Road (N-S)|
|Routing: Wyoming 171 travels from Wyoming 120 (P-33, MP 25.67) eighteen miles northwest of Thermopolis to Grass Creek. Mileposts: Mileposts increase from southeast to northwest. Milepost 0.00 is at Wyoming 120, and Milepost 8.63 is at Grass Creek and the end of the highway.||Hot Springs||8.63||Grass Creek Road|
|Routing: Wyoming 172 travels from U.S. 20 and Wyoming 789 (P-34, MP 139.80) at Lucerne east to the Kirby Creek ranches. Changes into Hot Springs County Route 86 (Black Mountain Road). Mileposts: Mileposts increase from west to east. Milepost 0.00 is the junction with U.S. 20 and Wyoming 789. The end of the route is at Milepost 11.26.||Hot Springs||11.26||Kirby Creek Road; Black Mountain Road|
|Routing: Wyoming 173 travels from U.S. 20 and Wyoming 789 south of Thermopolis southeast to Buffalo Creek Road at the confluence of the Wind River and Buffalo Creek. Mileposts: Mileposts increase from west to east. Milepost 0.00 is at the junction with U.S. 20 and Wyoming 789 (P-34, MP 129.88), and the route ends at Milepost 1.61.||Hot Springs||1.61||-|
|Routing: Wyoming 174 travels from Wyoming 170 (MP 9.74) west to Red Creek Ranch, where it changes into Hot Springs County Route 1. Mileposts: Mileposts increase from east to west. Milepost 0.00 is at its junction with Wyoming 170; the route ends at Milepost 0.60.||Hot Springs||0.60||Red Creek Ranch Road|
|Routing: Wyoming 175 is a spur from U.S. 20 and Wyoming 789 into Kirby. Wyoming 171, 172, 173, 174, and 175 are clustered in Hot Springs County. Mileposts: Mileposts increase from west to east. Milepost 0.00 is the junction with U.S. 20 and Wyoming 789. The town limits of Kirby are at Milepost 0.30, and the highway ends at Milepost 0.32 in Kirby.||Hot Springs||0.32||Kirby Road|
|History: Wyoming 176 used to be Owl Creek Hill Road, which started on Wyoming 120 about one-half mile west of the U.S. Highway 20 and Wyoming 789 intersection in Thermopolis. According to the 1995 DeLorme Atlas, Wyoming 176 used to travel about two miles to the northwest and ends. The official highway map of 1970, though, shows it reconnecting with Wyoming Highway 120 about two and a half or three miles west of Thermopolis. The westernmost section of this former state highway appears to have been abandoned and is no longer a through highway. Wyoming 176 might be an old alignment of Wyoming 120.||Hot Springs||Approx 2 miles||Owl Creek Hill Road|
|History: Wyoming 177 used to travel from Wyoming 171 along what is now Hot Springs County Route 17 (Four Mile Road) north to Wyoming 120 northeast of Grass Creek.||Hot Springs||Approx 3 miles||Grass Creek Road|
|History: Wyoming 185 is a former designation for the Wyoming 59 corridor north of Douglas. This designation is derivative from the former U.S. 185 designation, which was commissioned in 1926 to run from Cheyenne to Orin. Highway planners proposed this U.S. route continuing north to Gillette, via U.S. 20 between Orin and Douglas, and via Wyoming 59 between Douglas and Gillette. The trouble was, the road now carrying Wyoming 59 had not yet been constructed at that time. So as the road was being constructed in the late 1920s and early 1930s, it carried the designation Wyoming 185. After the Great Recommissioning of 1936, Wyoming 185 was renumbered to Wyoming 387, since the route directly connected to the new U.S. 87, not U.S. 85. It was later changed to Wyoming 59 to match with Montana 59.||Converse, Campbell||N/A||Wyoming 59|
|Routing: From Wyoming 191 (MP 1.10) at Kaycee west to Barnum. Follows the Middle Fork of the Powder River, and serves the Middle Fork SRMA. Mileposts increase from southeast to northwest. The route starts at Milepost 100.00 at its junction with Wyoming 191, and it ends at Milepost 108.66 with a milepost equation at 107.53BK=107.54AH.||Johnson||9.65||Barnum Road|
|Routing: From Wyoming 196 near Interstate 25/U.S. 87 Exit 254 at Kaycee northwest to Mayoworth. The road continues east of old U.S. 87 (Wyoming 196) as Wyoming 192. Milepost 0.00 is Wyoming 196 (MP 254.08) and Wyoming 192 (MP 0.00). Wyoming 191 meets Interstate 25 and U.S. 87 (MP 254.25) at Milepost 0.16. The route ends at Milepost 11.71 at Mayoworth.||Johnson||11.71||Mayoworth Road|
|Routing: From Wyoming 196 (Old U.S. 87) near Interstate 25 and U.S. 87 Exit 254 at Kaycee southeast to Wyoming 387 thirteen miles northeast of Edgerton. The road continues to the west of Wyoming 196 (Old U.S. 87) as Wyoming 191. Mileposts increase from west to east, from 0.00 to 35.64.||Johnson||35.64||-|
|Routing: From U.S. 87 northwest to Story and then northeast back to U.S. 87 at Banner. The 87/193 junction is northwest of Interstate 90 Exit 44. As a result of a landslide on U.S. 87, Wyoming petitioned AASHTO to reroute U.S. 87 over Wyoming 193 in the late 1990s. This petition was denied. However, a detour for U.S. 87 follows Wyoming 193 since it is unlikely that U.S. 87 will be reconstructed at its current location. the route beginsn with Milepost 100.00 at its junction with U.S. 87 (Wyoming 344) (MP 1.71), crosses the Sheridan-Johnson County Line at Milepost 102.53, meets Wyoming 194 at Milepost 103.92, and has a scenic overlook at Milepost 104.34. The route ends at Milepost 106.19, which is the junction with U.S. 87 (Wyoming 344) (MP 38.90).||Johnson, Sheridan||6.19||-|
|Routing: Wyoming 194 travels from Wyoming 193 in Story west to Grandma's Mountain and state fish hatchery. This route is entirely in Sheridan County, so it is an exception to the numbering rule. The Sheridan County numbering scheme indicates this route should be numbered between 330 and 349. Wyoming 194 begins at Milepost 0.00 at its junction with Wyoming 193 (MP 103.92), meets Wyoming 340 (Milepost 0.00) at Milepost 0.59, and ends at Milepost 2.81.||Sheridan||2.81||-|
Routing: Wyoming 196 travels from Interstate 25 and U.S. 87 Exit 249 in Kaycee north to Business Loop I-25 and Business U.S. 87 just south of Buffalo near Exit 298. This long state highway used to be part of U.S. 87. Mileposts increase from south to north, and Wyoming 196 carries Old U.S. 87's mileposts. The route begins at Milepost 249.58, which is the junction with Interstate 25 and U.S. 87 at the TTT Interchange (MP 249.69). Wyoming 196 passes through Kaycee between Mileposts 253.69 and 254.00. It meets Wyoming 191 and Wyoming 192 at Milepost 254.08. It passes through the Interstate 25 and U.S. 87 Separation at Milepost 261.43. The route ends at Milepost 299.42, which is where it meets Business Loop I-25 and Business U.S. 87 (P-59, MP 298.45).
|History: Wyoming 197 used to travel from Wyoming 192 northeast to Fort Reno, Spreader Dams, and Hoe Ranch along the Powder River. Today this former state highway is now designated as Johnson County Route 110. This route was about seven miles long.||Johnson||N/A||Johnson County Route 110|
Page Updated August 20, 2016.