Colorado State Highway 26


Colorado State Highway 26

State Highway 26 marker

State Highway 26
Alameda Avenue
Route information
Maintained by CDOT
Length: 2.922 mi[1] (4.703 km)
Major junctions
West end: SH 95 in Denver
  SH 88 in Denver
I-25 in Denver
West end: Kalamath Street in Denver
Highway system

Colorado State Highways

I-25 SH 30

State Highway 26 is a 2.922 mi (4.703 km) long state highway in Denver, Colorado. SH 26 consists of a portion of Alameda Avenue, a city street in Denver. The route begins at State Highway 95 (Sheridan Blvd.) and travels due east towards downtown Denver before reaching its eastern end at the Kalamath Street.

Contents

Route description

The route begins in Denver, Colorado at SH 95. It crosses roads seemingly named in reverse alphabetical order throughout the city. The route traverse across SH 88 at about 1.5 miles (2.4 km). At about 2.9 miles (4.7 km), the route crosses the South Platte River, and towards the end of the route crosses I-25. The eastern terminus is at Kalamath Street, a few hundred feet east of the intersection with I-25. The route never exits the Denver city limits throughout its entire length.

History

The route was designated in 1966 as a 14.10-mile (22.69 km) long route. Parts of the freeway were gradually returned to the City of Lakewood as part of a route change that occurred here.[2]

Major intersections

The entire route is in the independent city of Denver.

Mile Destination Notes
0.000 SH 95 (Sheridan Boulevard) West end of route
1.529 SH 88 (Federal Boulevard)
2.928 I-25
2.922 Kalamath Street East end of route
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

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