K-52 (Kansas highway)


K-52 (Kansas highway)

KSRoutebox
type=KS
article_route=52
length_mi=22.4
length_round=1
length_ref=
yrcom=1938
direction_a=West
terminus_a=
direction_b=East
terminus_b= state line
cities=Kincaid, Blue Mound, Mound City, Pleasanton, Trading Post
previous_type=KS
previous_route=51
next_type=KS
next_route=53

K-52 is a state highway in eastern Kansas. It is 22.4 mi (36 km) long. K-52 begins concurrent with K-31 at U.S. Route 59 near Kincaid, and heads east toward Mound City, where it splits away from K-31. K-52 then overlaps U.S. Route 69 for 8 miles through Pleasanton and Trading Post, where it splits off to the east. Three miles later, it crosses into Missouri, becoming Route 52.

References

* [http://www.route56.com/highways/highways.cgi?hwy1=52&fulldesc=1 K-52 at Route56.com]


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