ⓘ Crescent Junction, Utah

                                     

ⓘ Crescent Junction, Utah

Crescent Junction is a small unincorporated community within Grand County in the eastern part of the U.S. state of Utah. The community is located at 4.882 feet above sea level. Crescent Junction is the more common name of the town for road transport, as the name of junction of Interstate 70 and U.S. Route 191 in Utah law, while Brendel is more common in rail transport, as the name given by the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad to rail siding and junction at the same location.

                                     
  • highway junctions in the U.S. state of Utah have names that appear on maps and in state laws designating the highways. Sometimes the junction name also
  • Laws of Utah Route 9. From Crescent Junction southeasterly via Valley City, Moab and LaSal Junction to Monticello, thence southeasterly to the Utah - Colorado
  • effectively truncating the northern terminus to Bluff, Utah from Crescent Junction The state of Utah briefly had plans for a different routing of US 163
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  • other contaminated material are being buried near Crescent Junction Utah northeast of the junction of Interstate 70 and U.S. Route 191, about 30 miles
  • parallels the route of the Old Spanish Trail west of Crescent Junction I - 15 south of the junction with I - 70 also generally parallels the trail. The first
  • for the remainder of its stay in Utah Now south of the Book Cliffs, the four routes head east to Crescent Junction where US 191 splits to the south
  • shared by Interstate 70, U.S. Route 6 and U.S. Route 50, between Crescent Junction and Cisco. Moab, the county seat, is 37 miles 60 km to the south
  • US - 50, with some minor straightening by Crescent Junction Cisco, and Westwater. Mileposts reset at the I - 70 junction to reflect I - 70 mileage. GIS data
  • description. For example, the stretch of highway between Green River and Crescent Junction is legislatively designated only Interstate 70. The other highways
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