State Route 76

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Utah State Route 76 travels just 2.431 miles as a frontage road linking Interstate 70 with the Ivie Creek Rest Area and SR 72 at Fremont Junction. The state route follows a portion of old Utah 10 through Fishlake National Forest.

Signs for Exit 86 along I-70 omit the state route and instead only reference the adjacent rest area along SR 76.

Utah State Route 76 East
SR 76 begins at the diamond interchange (Exit 86) with I-70 near Pine Hollow. The state route overtakes old U.S. 50 east beyond the east side ramps with I-70.
Prior to 2006, this state named shield for I-70 was one of just two remaining in use throughout the state of Utah (the other was posted in Salina). 10/18/04
SR 76 provides a direct route to SR 72 south to the Wayne County seat of Loa. SR 72 meets I-70 directly at Exit 91, but 1.9 miles east of Fremont Junction. 10/18/04
The zero milepost for SR 76 east. The state route connects I-70 with the nearby Ivie Creek Rest Area. The facility is the lone full service rest area between Cove Fort and Crescent Junction along Interstate 70. 10/18/04
Utah State Route 76 West
Interstate 70 trailblazer posted after the Ivie Creek Rest Area and ahead of the diamond interchange at Exit 86. 10/18/04
An end shield stands at the access road linking SR 76 (old SR 10) with the ramps for I-70 & U.S. 50. Interstate 70 replaced SR 10 west of Exit 86 to Salina. Old SR 10, now a National Forest Road, continues west, along the south side of I-70, to Emigrant Pass. 10/18/04
Turning north onto the Exit 86 access road from SR 76 west, motorists depart for I-70 & U.S. 50 east to Green River and Denver, Colorado. 10/18/04
U.S. 50 appears at the westbound on-ramp to Salina and Cove Fort. The U.S. highway is signed sparingly on its overlap with Interstate 70 throughout the state of Utah. 10/18/04



Photo Credits:

10/18/04 by AARoads

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Interstate 70

Page Updated 07-12-2016.

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