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US 36 is a federal-aid highway running (since 1978) from Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado, cross-country more than 1400 miles to Ohio. It has had several extensions on both ends since the original 1926 designation between Indianapolis and Colby (KS). It currently has (and has had in the past) different local names across its route. For instance, it was the Denver-Boulder Turnpike in Colorado before that segment became a freeway. In Indianapolis it is Rockville Road.

There is a US36 highway association in Kansas with a website of us36hwy.com. They sponsor the annual US36 yard sale in September across the northern tier of counties. Click the icon to go there. For additional information on route 36 as it has existed and modified since 1926, you can also go to usends.com


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