State Route 22 in Colorado
According to bestitude, State Route 22, commonly known as State Highway 22 or SH 22 is a state route in the U.S. state of Colorado. The road forms a 2.5 mile east-west route in southern Brighton, a northern suburb of Denver.
SH 22 is formed by 124th Avenue, its western starting point is on Brighton Road, the eastern terminus is on SH 2. The road is single lane and intersects with 2×2 US 85. The road passes through exurban area northeast of Denver.
The original 1920s SH 22 was a spur of US 34 in Greeley, across 11th Avenue. This route was scrapped as a state highway in 1954. Sometime between 1937 and 1947, the current route became a state highway, but was initially numbered SH 128. In 1954, the road was renumbered SH 22. The road was paved in 1963, after which the road became part of the suburban road network around Denver, but its through importance is very limited.
Every day, 2,700 to 5,100 vehicles drive on SH 22, exclusively local destination traffic.
State Route 224 in Colorado
State Route 224, commonly known as State Highway 224 or SH 224 is a short state route in the U.S. state of Colorado. The road forms a short connection through the northern suburbs of Denver and is 6 kilometers long.
SH 224 is formed by part of Broadway, 70th Avenue and 74th Avenue. The road begins at the junction with US 36 and travels a short distance south on Broadway and then exits at 70th Avenue east. The road passes through the complex of interchanges where I-25, I-76, I-270 and US 36 converge. The road varies from two to five lanes. There are connections to I-25 and I-76, but not to the intermediate portion of US 36. SH 224 ends at an intersection with US 6 and US 85. On the 6-kilometer route, the road intersects two Interstate Highways and 3 US Highways.
SH 224 became a state highway in 1939. The route originally went north on Sheridan Boulevard, then east on 70th and 74th Avenue to Washington Street, then south to Brighton Boulevard. The road was paved in 1949. In 1963, the western terminus was changed to the Denver – Boulder Turnpike (US 36), and in 1964 SH 224 was changed east to I-80S (current I-76) and on to US 6/85 in 1970.
Every day, 19,000 vehicles drive on Broadway, 13,000 vehicles on 70th Avenue and 12,000 to 19,000 vehicles on 74th Avenue.
State Route 227 in Colorado
State Route 227, commonly known as State Highway 227 or SH 227 is a state route in the U.S. state of Colorado. The road provides a short connection between the Business Route of US 50 and SH 96 in the east of the city of Pueblo. It is a 3 kilometer long city road with two to four lanes. It became a state highway in 1939. Every day, 4,000 to 6,500 vehicles use SH 227.
State Route 23 in Colorado
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State Route 23, commonly known as State Highway 23 or SH 23 is a state route in the U.S. state of Colorado. The road forms a short connection between Holyoke and the border with the state of Nebraska and is 18 miles long.
SH 23 begins on the north side of the village of Holyoke at an intersection with US 385. The US 6 also passes nearby. SH 23 heads northeast across the plains. The only place on the route is the hamlet of Amherst where large grain silos line the road. A railway line runs parallel to SH 23. Near the village of Venango, the border with the state of Nebraska is reached, after which State Route 23 in Nebraska continues to Grant.
SH 23 was first numbered in 1954 and at the time ran from Ridgway to Ouray in western Colorado, parallel to US 550. This road was 12 kilometers long. The road has never been paved and the number was removed from this route in 1989.
The current highway in northeastern Colorado between Holyoke and the Nebraska state border was originally numbered SH 176, but was renumbered SH 23 in 1989. The number joined the already existing State Route 23 in Nebraska.
300 to 500 vehicles per day use SH 23.
State Route 231 in Colorado
According to biotionary, State Route 231, commonly known as State Highway 231 or SH 231, is a state route in the U.S. state of Colorado. The road connects the US 50 Business Route for 2 miles and US 50 itself, just east of the city of Pueblo. The road is single-lane, crosses the Arkansas River and ends east of the Pueblo Memorial Airport. It has been a state highway since 1939. Every day 1,500 vehicles use SH 231.