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Missouri United States #24 Highway Guide

Miles Kms Item Summary
0.0
0.0
751 ft.
Lewis and Clark viaduct Bridge
On Lewis and Clark Viaduct Bridge in Kansas City, Missouri, US Route #24 enters Missouri and begins its journey through to end at West Quincy, Missouri where the Highway crosses over to Illinois.
0.6
0.9
748 ft.
Interchange to Interstate #35
Interchange on to Interstate Highway #35, Penn Valley Park, Penn Valley Jr. College, National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial, University of Kansas Hospital,
1.2
2.0
823 ft.
Exit 2D : Kansas City, MO

1.4
2.3
827 ft.
Exit 2E : Heart of America Bridge
Exit 2E, Locust Street, Heart of America Bridge, carries Missouri Route #9, across Missouri River, Kansas City Cold Storage Company Building, Richard L Berkley Riverfront Park, in North Kansas City, Missouri, Riverview Park, Waterworks Park, Northmoor, Missouri, a city in Platte County, Missouri,
1.9
3.1
876 ft.
Junction I-29/US #71: North Kansas City, MO
Junction Interstate Highway #29/US Route #71, to North Kansas City, Missouri, a city in Clay County, Missouri, Columbus Square, Arabia Steamboat Museum, Avondale, Missouri, a city in Clay County, Missouri, Riverview Park, Northgate Park, Gladstone, Missouri, a city in Clay County, Missouri,
2.4
3.8
919 ft.
The Paseo : North Terrace Park
The Paseo, North Terrace Park, Maple Park, Pendleton Heights, a historic neighborhood in Kansas City, Kansas City Museum, Kessler Apartments, built in 1925, a historic building in Kansas City, Missouri is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Dr. Generous Henderson House, The Negro Leagues Baseball Museum, was founded in 1990 in Kansas City, Missouri, Municipal Stadium, Crews Square, Spring Valley Park, Pioneer Community College,
5.0
8.1
774 ft.
Wilson Avenue :
Wilson Avenue/Belmont Boulevard, The Chouteau Bridge, crosses the Missouri River carrying N Chouteau Trfy, Independence Avenue and Topping Shopping Center, Kansas City Public Library North East Branch, Northeast Athletic Fields, Indian Mound Park, Riverfront Park, South India Mound, and North India Mound are nearby neighborhoods.
5.3
8.6
781 ft.
Winner Rd : Blue Valley Park
Winner Road, Van Brunt Boulevard, to Blue Valley Park, Kansas City VA Medical Center, Communities of West Blue Valley, Sheffield, East Blue Valley, East Community Team North, East Community Team South, Central Blue Valley Park, South Blue Valley, Dunbar, Boulevard Village, and Knoches Park are located nearby.
6.0
9.6
722 ft.
Bridge over Blue River
A bridge spans Blue River, carrying US Route #24 across in Kansas City, Missouri.
6.5
10.4
778 ft.
Intersection : Interstate Hwy #435
Intersection Interstate Highway #435, This Interstate Highway forms an outer circle encompassing Kansas City, Missouri and Kansas City, Kansas,
9.0
14.5
889 ft.
S Sterling Ave : Sugar Creek, MO
S Sterling Avenue, to Sugar Creek, Missouri, a city in Clay and Jackson counties in Missouri, William Henry Harrison Park, Fairmont Park, Bundschu Park,
10.0
16.1
991 ft.
Delaware St : Independence, MO

12.7
20.5
1014 ft.
Intersection : Missouri Rte #291
Intersection Missouri Route #291. This highway crosses the Missouri River by way of The Liberty Bend Bridge (two cantilever truss bridges), in Sugar Creek, Missouri. River Bend, Missouri, Liberty Bend Conservation Area, Chaplin Hood Park, Jackson County Courthouse, George Owens Park, Van Hook Park, Centerpoint Medical Center
18.0
29.0
873 ft.
Twyman Rd : Lake City Army Ammunition Plant
Tyman Road, Missouri Route #7, Lake City Army Ammunition Plant, an ammunition facility in Independence, Missouri, Burr Oak Woods Conservation Area, Blue Springs, Missouri, a city in Jackson County, Missouri, a satellite city of Kansas City, Missouri.
23.3
37.5
748 ft.
Sibley Street : Buckner, MO
Sibley Street, Buckner, Missouri, a city in Jackson County, Missouri, Mid Continent Public Library, Living Waters Family Worship, Fort Osage Fire Protection, Sibley, Missouri, a village in Jackson County, Missouri, lies north off US Route #24 on Missouri River, Fort Osage also known as Fort Clark or Fort Sibley, A replica of the fort was rebuilt on the site in the 1950s, It is now a historic landmark.
26.9
43.3
709 ft.
Main Street : Levasy, MO
N County Road H, Main Street, Levasy, Missouri, a city in Jackson County, Missouri,
29.5
47.4
817 ft.
Junction : MO Hwy #224
Junction Missouri Highway #224, Anderson Road, to Beckmeyer Lake, Twentes Lake,
30.3
48.7
797 ft.
Chestnut St. : Napoleon, MO
State Hwy D, Chestnut Street, Napoleon, Missouri, a city in Lafayette County, Missouri, located on the southern bank of Missouri River.
35.2
56.7
741 ft.
MO Hwy #131 : Wellington, MO
Missouri Highway #131, Wellington, Missouri, a city in Lafayette County, Missouri, Wellington United Methodist, Wellington Napoleon Fire Protection District, Lafayette County Lakes C-21, C23 and A-21 Lakes are located nearby.
41.7
67.1
833 ft.
13th St. connector : Lexington, MO
A connecting Road to 13th Street, Missouri Highway #13, Lexington, Missouri, a city in and the county seat of Lafayette County, Missouri, Battle of Lexington State Historic Site, and Wentworth Military Academy and College, are located here in Lexington, Missouri.
43.9
70.7
830 ft.
MO Hwy #13 : Ike Skelton Bridge
Missouri Highway #13, to The Ike Skelton Bridge, a set of girder bridges that spans Missouri River carrying Missouri Route #13, at Lexington, Missouri,
44.1
71.0
801 ft.
Junction MO Hwy #224: Lexington, MO
Junction of Missouri Highway #224
45.1
72.6
820 ft.
Dwarf Lake Rd : Hicklin Hearthstone
Dwarf Lake Road, Hicklin Hearthstone, built in 1838, a historic place, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, lies off US Route #24, Hicklin Lake,
51.0
82.1
797 ft.
Junction : MO Rte #213
Junction Missouri Route #213, The Confederate Memorial State Historic Site, located south off US Route #24, about 2 miles north of Higginsville, Missouri.
52.7
84.8
817 ft.
State Hwy F : Dover, MO
State Highway F, Mill Street/State Hwy P, Dover, Missouri, a village in Lafayette County, Missouri, Lafayette #-20 Lake, Number 191 Reservoir, lie nearby along US #24.
56.8
91.4
889 ft.
State Hwy Bb : Corder, MO
State Highway Bb, Corder, Missouri, a city in Lafayette County, Missouri,
58.7
94.4
787 ft.
Baltimore Bend Rd : Conservation Area
Baltimore Bend Road, to Baltimore Bend Conservation Area, a conservation area located between US Route #24 and the Missouri River.
60.5
97.4
735 ft.
Mo Rte #23 : Alma, MO
Missouri Route #23, to Alma, Missouri, a city in Lafayette County, Missouri,
62.3
100.2
801 ft.
E Washington St. : Waverly, MO
E Washington Street, Waverly, Missouri, a city in Lafayette County, Missouri, Waverly Library, Regional Youth Center, Port of Waverly, a port on the Missouri River.
63.2
101.7
820 ft.
Junction : US #65
Junction US Route #65, Grand Pass, Missouri, a village in Saline County, Missouri, Malta Bend, Missouri, a city in Saline County, Missouri, located along US Route #65. Malta Bend Conservation Land, lies nearby.
64.1
103.2
656 ft.
Waverly Bridge over Missouri River
The Waverly Bridge, a bridge at Waverly, Missouri, carries U.S. Highway #24/#65 combine, across the Missouri River,
71.0
114.2
669 ft.
Access : Airport
Access to, Carrollton Memorial Airport, a small public airport located in Carroll County, just off US #24, Community of Wakenda, Missouri, an unincorporated community, in Carroll County, Missouri, which was destroyed by the Great Missouri River Flood, lies in the east on State Highway B.
72.6
116.8
669 ft.
US #65 Bus. : South Corrollton, MO
US #65 Business Route, Missouri Route #10, Community of South Corrollton, Missouri, Corrollton Recreation Lake, Norborne, Missouri, a city in Carroll County, Missouri, lies in the west along MO Route #10.
74.6
120.0
715 ft.
State Hwy E : Corrollton, MO
State Highway E, Carrollton, Missouri, a city in and the county seat of Carroll County, Missouri, Corrollton Library, Ray Carroll County Grain Grower, Carroll County Memorial Hospital, Johnson Lake,
80.3
129.3
791 ft.
State Hwy B : Wakenda, MO
State Highway B, to Wakenda, Missouri, an unincorporated community in Carroll County, Missouri, This community was destroyed by the Great Missouri River Flood in 1993 and subsequent tornado in 1995. A stone marker pays tribute to the abandoned town.
82.9
133.4
705 ft.
MO Rte #139 : Bosworth, MO
Junction Missouri Route #139, County Road 429, Bosworth, Missouri, a city in Carroll County, Missouri, Bosworth Access, Wiese,
87.7
141.2
725 ft.
Junction MO Rte #41 : Miami, MO
Junction Missouri Route #41, The Miami Bridge also known as the McDaniel Memorial Bridge, a cantilevered through truss bridge across the Missouri River at Miami, Missouri, a city in Saline County, Missouri, McKinny Conservation Area, Community of Miami Station, Missouri, a community in Carroll County, Missouri, located nearby.
88.7
142.7
732 ft.
Main Street : De Witt, MO
Main Street, De Witt, Missouri, a city in Carroll County, Missouri,
94.4
151.9
646 ft.
Junction : MO Route #11
Junction Missouri Route #11, Triplett, Missouri, a city in Chariton County, Missouri, lies northwest on County Road M.
96.1
154.7
646 ft.
Co Rd 242 : Brunswick, MO
County Road 242, County Road Y, Brunswick, Missouri, a rural city in Chariton County, Missouri, Brunswick Access,
100.2
161.2
640 ft.
Co Rd Mm : Dalton, MO
County Road Mm, to Dalton, Missouri, a village in Chariton County, Missouri, Cut-Off Lake, Whiteside Lake, located nearby.
102.2
164.5
748 ft.
Missouri F : Indian Grove, MO
Missouri Route F, to Community of Indian Grove, Missouri,
104.1
167.6
682 ft.
Co Rd J : Dalton, MO
County Road J, to Dalton, Missouri, a village in Chariton County, Missouri, lies south off US Route #24.
106.4
171.2
630 ft.
Bridge over a River
A bridge over a tributary of Missouri River, at Keytesville, Missouri, carries US Route #24 across.
107.1
172.3
666 ft.
MO Rte #5 : Keytesville, MO
Missouri Route #5, Grand Avenue, Keytesville, Missouri, a town in and the county seat of Chariton County, Missouri, United Methodist Church, Chariton County 911 Director, Hubert Conservation Area, lies south of Keytesville, Missouri,
109.4
176.0
617 ft.
Bridger over a River
A Bridge over a tributary of Missouri River, US Route #24 crosses over this bridge.
111.9
180.1
666 ft.
Junction : MO Rte #5
Junction Missouri Route #5, County Road Ww, to Price Bridge Access, Community of Forest Green, Missouri, an unincorporated community in Chariton County, Missouri, located south on Missouri Route #5,
112.7
181.3
663 ft.
Co Rd 427 : Conservation Land/Lake
County Road 427/Sterling Avenue, to Sterling Price Conservation Land, Sterling Price Community Lake,
115.0
185.1
709 ft.
Weber Ave : Salisbury, MO
Weber Avenue/Missouri Route #129, Salisbury, Missouri, a city in Chariton County, Missouri, Dulany Memorial Library, Lutheran Church Peace, Potts Memorial Park, Community of Prairie Hill, Missouri, a community in eastern Chariton County, Missouri, located northeast of Salisbury, Missouri off US Route #24.
122.3
196.8
702 ft.
McLean Street : Clifton Hill, MO
Missouri Route #3/McLean Street, Clifton Hill, Missouri, a city in Randolph County, Missouri, Wallace Ryals Lake, lies nearby. Thomas Hill Reservoir, a large reservoir located about 15 miles north along Missouri Highway #3, off US Route #24.
125.8
202.4
702 ft.
Junction : MO Rte #3
Junction Missouri Route #3, to Community of Roanoke, Missouri,
128.1
206.2
784 ft.
Co Rd Jj : Huntsville, MO
County Road Jj, to Huntsville, Missouri, County Road Jj makes a loop on US Route #24.
129.1
207.8
771 ft.
Co Rd 161 : Huntsville, MO
County Road 161, Missouri C, Huntsville, Missouri, a city in and the county seat of Randolph County, Missouri, Randolph County Circuit Clerk, Little Dixie Regional Library, Lake Wata, French Creek Farms Lake,
133.1
214.2
869 ft.
Rothwell Park Rd : Rothwell Park
Rothwell Park Road, to Rothwell Park, a huge scenic park located along US Route #24, at Moberly, Missouri, Old Reservoir, a reservoir located within the Rothwell Park.
133.7
215.2
860 ft.
Holman Rd : Moberly, MO
Holman Road, Concannon Street, Moberly Area Community College, Moberly Jr. College, Moberly Municipal Auditorium, Randolph County Historical, Moberly, Missouri, a city in Randolph County, Missouri, White Oak Camp Lake, Community of Urbandale, Missouri, lies just south of Moberly, Missouri
135.8
218.6
869 ft.
Interchange : US Rte #63
Interchange at an Intersection US Route #63, Community of Cairo, Missouri, a village in Randolph County, Missouri, lies along United States Route #63 in the north.
136.1
219.0
863 ft.
Access Road : Airport
Access Road to, Omar N. Bradley Airport, a public airport located just off US Route #63 northeast of Moberly, Missouri,
147.8
237.9
804 ft.
Jefferson St. : Madison, MO
Jefferson Street, Missouri Route #151, Madison, Missouri, Little Dixie Regional Library, Communities of Woodlawn, Missouri, Duncans Bridge, Missouri, located in the north.
152.3
245.1
738 ft.
State Hwy A : Holliday, MO
State Highway A, to Holliday, Missouri, Willingham Memorial Wildlife Area, lies nearby, access is through county Road 214.
156.9
252.5
761 ft.
Co Rd 857 : Union Covered Bridge Hist. Site
County Road 857/Mc Road 857, Cedar Bluff Access, Union Covered Bridge State Historic Site, a state historic site, built in 1871 across Elk Fork of the Salt River, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
157.4
253.3
748 ft.
MO Rte #154 : South Fork Rec. Area
Junction Missouri Route #154, US #24 Business Route, Elk Fork Campground, a campground lies along MO #154, South Fork Recreation Area, lies about 15 miles east off US Route #24.
158.6
255.3
679 ft.
Electric St. : Paris, MO
County Road 208, Electric Street, Paris, Missouei, a city in and the county seat of Monroe County, Missouri, Paris Access, on Middle Fork,
159.8
257.2
735 ft.
Junction : MO Rte #15
Junction Missouri Route #15, to Shelbina, Missouri, a city in Shelby County, Missouri, lies about 20 miles north off United States Highway #24.
163.6
263.2
748 ft.
Goss, MO
Access to, Community of Goss, Missouri, a community located on US Route #24.
163.9
263.7
741 ft.
State Hwy U : Mark Twain State Park
State Highway U, to Mark Twain State Park, a state park in Missouri on Mark Twain Lake, southeast off US Route #24, Florida, Missouri, the birthplace of writer Mark Twain in 1835, Mark Twain Birthplace State Historic Site, located in Florida, Missouri.
168.6
271.3
702 ft.
State Hwy V : Stoutsville, MO
State Highway V, Stoutsville, Missouri, lies just off United States Highway #24.
171.0
275.2
751 ft.
Junction : Stoutsville Recreation Area
Junction Missouri Highway #107, to Mark Twain Memorial State Park, Stoutsville Recreation Area, lies nearby on Mark Twain Lake.
172.4
277.4
741 ft.
Co Rd 370 : Clapper Lake
County Road 370, to Clapper Lake, a small lake located on the north side of US Route #24.
174.2
280.4
692 ft.
Co Rd 533 : Indian Creek, MO
County Road 533, County Road 377, Community of Indian Creek, Missouri,
178.7
287.5
735 ft.
Access : Airport
Access Road to, Monroe City Regional Airport (also known as Capt. Ben Smith Airfield), a public airport just south of Monroe City, Missouri
180.1
289.9
738 ft.
US 36 Bus: Monroe City, Missouri
Junction of US 36 Business Route
181.6
292.2
741 ft.
Junction US #36 : Conservation Area
Junction US Route #36, US Route #24 starts its brief concurrency with US #36, Elmslie Memorial Conservation Area, lies in the north along State Highway Z.
184.8
297.4
689 ft.
State Hwy J : Hassard, MO
State Highway J, Community of Hassard, Missouri, John F. Spalding Recreation Area, Frank Russel Recreation Area, Ray Behrens Rec. Area and M W Bourdeaux Recreation Area, are recreation areas located on the eastern shores of Mark Twain Lake, located along State Highway J in the south.
186.5
300.1
728 ft.
State Hwy U : Ely, MO
State Highway U, to Community of Ely, Missouri
191.7
308.5
709 ft.
State Hwy H : Rensselaer, MO
State Highway H, to Rensselaer, Missouri, a village in Ralls County, Missouri, Community of Spalding, Missouri,
196.1
315.5
735 ft.
US #36/Hwy Mm : Hannibal, MO
US #36, Highway Mm, At this junction, US Route #24, leaves US #36 ending concurrency, Hannibal, Missouri, a city in Marion and Ralls counties in Missouri, is located east of this junction, Hannibal Regional Hospital, Huckleberry Park, Mark Twain Home & Museum, Mark Twain Riverboat Catering, Clemens Field, Hannibal Regional Airport, a public use airport in Marion County, Missouri, lies just off US Route #36.
199.3
320.7
630 ft.
Junction : US Route #61
Junction US Route #61, Ray Memorial Wildlife Area, Hannibal Lagrange College, Riverview Park, Steyermark Woods Conservation Area, located in Hannibal, Missouri along the Mississippi River. Community of Woodland, Missouri, lies on State Hwy F in the west.
201.2
323.8
558 ft.
US #61 Bus. : Palmyra, MO
US #61 Business Route, to the city of Palmyra, Missouri,
203.2
327.0
614 ft.
Ross St. : Palmyra, MO
Ross Street, Palmyra, Missouri, a city in and the county seat of Marion County, Missouri,
204.1
328.4
525 ft.
Intersection : MO Hwy #168
Interchange on US #61 Business/Missouri Highway #168,
204.9
329.8
472 ft.
Bridge over North River
A bridge over North River just north of Palmyra, Missouri carries US Route #61/US Route #24 combine across.
205.2
330.2
499 ft.
Co Rd 361 : Recreation Lake
County Road 361, County Road 341, to Wiseman Recreation Lake,
211.6
340.6
499 ft.
Junction : MO Hwy #6
Junction Missouri Highway #6, to Community of Maywood, Missouri, a community in southern Lewis County, Missouri, Community of Durham, Missouri, a community in southern Lewis County, Missouri, located on MO Route #6 northwest of this Junction.
212.9
342.6
502 ft.
Junction US #61 : Taylor, MO
Junction US Route #61, Community of Taylor, Missouri, a community in northeastern Marion County, Missouri,
217.4
349.9
476 ft.
Co Rd 357 : West Quincy, MO
County Road 357, to Community of West Quincy, Missouri, a commercial area in Marion County, Missouri,
218.5
351.6
476 ft.
Quincy Memorial Bridge : Illinois State Line
The Quincy Memorial Bridge, a truss bridge over the Mississippi River that carries east bound US Route #24 across Mississippi River into Illinois, This is where US Route #24 ends its journey in Missouri and crosses over to Illinois. Quincy, Illinois, a city on the Mississippi River and county seat of Adams County, Illinois, is just across the State Line. -ND11-