Kansas Highways Routelog

Kansas Highway 7

Original Kansas Highway
Length: 243.57 miles
South Endpoint:
Oklahoma State Line, north of Picher, Oklahoma (concurrent with US 69)

North Endpoint:
Nebraska State Line north of White Cloud

Counties Passed through: Cherokee, Crawford, Bourbon, Linn, Miami, Johnson, Wyandotte, Leavenworth, Atchison, Doniphan
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Here's the new eastbound sign for the Bonner Springs interchange on I-70 at K-7, showing the new alignment of US 24-40 and the new south end of US 73. 28 April 2009

The last bastion of the "old" signs for the Bonner Springs Interchange on I-70 is on the K-7 bridge over the turnpike, facing eastbound traffic. This sign would eventually be replaced, on the new sign, "THIS EXIT" is replaced by a upward pointing arrow. Prior to the changes that necessitated replacement of this sign, US 73 left K-7 at State Avenue, hence the "TO" banner. 28 April 2009

This new guide sign for the ramp from K-7 to I-70 features the Turnpike, US 24, and US 40.

Along Last Chance Road (ex-K-7) in Troy, there are several concrete intersection posts with the street names (and "Hiway 7") painted on using a basic stencil.

The East end of K-20 at K-7 in Southern Doniphan County.

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