1956 Realignment - Kansas
In 1956, U.S. Route 40 was realigned south of the Kansas River between Topeka and Junction City. This section is important historically as it was one of the first sections if the new Interstate Highway System.
This 63-mile stretch of highway traverses some of the state's finest prairie lands. Between the cities at either end, there are no towns or services along this alignment.
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