Business Loop I-15 - Fillmore

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Business Loop I-15 at Fillmore follows old U.S. 91 along 500 South and Main Street to the Fillmore city center east of I-15. The route overlaps with Utah 99 for 4.193 miles between Exits 163 and 167.

The city of Fillmore was established as Utah's first capital while it was a territory prior to statehood (from 1851 to 1856); the city was founded and surveyed on October 28, 1851. After the capital moved to Salt Lake City in 1856, it still took several decades before Utah became a state (in 1896). Fillmore had an estimated population of 2,489 per 2012 Census estimates. This region overall is sparsely populated, as increasingly populated areas to the north (Provo-Salt Lake City-Ogden) and the south (Cedar City-St. George) are still a good distance away.

Business Loop I-15 Utah State Route 99 North
Business Loop I-15 and SR 99 branch northeast from I-15 along historic U.S. 91 and the Fillmore city line. The first shield for SR 99 is posted after the intersection with the east frontage road (old U.S. 91). 07/11/15
Leaving Fillmore, northbound Business Loop I-15 and SR 99 approach the diamond interchange (Exit 167) with Interstate 15. 08/20/11
The next right connects to Interstate 15 north to Provo and Salt Lake City. 08/20/11
This end shield assembly for SR 99 on North Main Street was removed by 2012. SR 99 was commissioned over old U.S. 91 in 1975, when U.S. 91 was eliminated south of Brigham City. 08/20/11
A dedicated ramp allows uninterrupted access from Main Street north to Interstate 15 north. 08/20/11
A second turn off for Interstate 15 north to Holden and Scipio follows from Business Loop I-15/SR 99 northbound. 08/20/11
Business Loop I-15 and SR 99 pass under Interstate 15 ahead of the left turn for the freeway south to Cedar City, St. George and Las Vegas. 08/20/11
Las Vegas, Nevada is a 276 mile drive to the south from Fillmore. Locally maintained Cedar Mill Road extends northwest from I-15 to Pavant Valley. 08/20/11
An end shield for SR 99 and an erroneous milepost five appears at the west side frontage road of I-15. Additional motorists services and a public-private UDOT Rest Stop are located nearby. 08/20/11
Business Loop I-15 Utah State Route 99 South
Cedar Mill Road south becomes state maintained at the west side frontage road for I-15 at Exit 167. 08/20/11
Business Loop I-15/SR 99 south meet the south side ramps for Interstate 15. The freeway bypasses Fillmore to the west. 08/20/11
Territorial StateHouse State Park Museum is located just southwest of the intersection with Center and Main Streets in Downtown Fillmore. Fillmore was briefly the territorial capital. 08/20/11
This wooden precedes the northbound on-ramp for Interstate 15 to Salt Lake City, which lies 141 miles away. 08/20/11
Interstate 15 continues out of Pavant Valley east of Cedar Mountain between Fillmore and Holden. 08/20/11
The first Business Loop I-15 south reassurance shield stands just ahead of the east frontage road (old U.S. 91). 08/20/11
Fillmore is a quiet outpost along busy Interstate 15. 08/20/11
A confirming marker for SR 99 appears at the intersection with the east frontage road (old U.S. 91). 08/20/11
Main Street leads Business Loop I-15/SR 99 south 0.7 miles into the Fillmore street grid. 08/20/11
Business Loop I-15/SR 99 turn west away from old U.S. 91 (frontage road) into the diamond interchange (Exit 163) with Interstate 15. 07/11/15
Interstate 15 bypasses the west side of Fillmore northward and runs directly alongside old U.S. 91 to Meadow southbound. 07/11/15, 07/12/15
Fillmore Municipal Airport (FOM) and farmland across Pahvant Valley spread into view west of the I-15 underpass at the business loop south end. 07/12/15

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08/20/11, 07/11/15, 07/12/15 by AARoads

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Page Updated 06-28-2018.

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