U.S. Route 410

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U.S. Route 410

US 410 highlighted in red on a modern map
Route information
Auxiliary route of US 10
Length469 mi[1][2] (755 km)
Major junctions
West end US 101 in Aberdeen, WA
Major intersections
East end US 95 in Lewiston, ID
CountryUnited States
StatesWashington, Idaho
CountiesWA: Grays Harbor, Thurston, Pierce, King, Yakima, Benton, Franklin, Walla Walla, Columbia, Garfield, Asotin
ID: Nez Perce
Highway system
  • Idaho State Highway System
US 401US US 411
SH-200ID US 630
SR 409WA SR 411

U.S. Route 410 (US 410) was a U.S. Highway in Washington and Idaho that existed from 1926 to 1967. It ran 469 miles (755 km) from US 101 in Aberdeen, Washington, to US 95 in Lewiston, Idaho, passing through the cities of Olympia, Tacoma, Yakima, the Tri-Cities, and Walla Walla.

The highway had concurrencies with SR 8, US 99, and US 395. Even though the number indicates that US 410 was a spur of US 10, US 410 never connected with US 10, which is the same case with US 830 and US 30, although like the latter pair, they ran parallel in close proximity. When US 12 was extended into Washington in 1967, US 410 was decommissioned.

Route description

US 410 was a spur of US 10 that traveled between Aberdeen, Washington and Lewiston, Idaho. Much of the route was renumbered to U.S. Route 12.[3]


US 410 started at an intersection with US 101 in Aberdeen, Washington, the current western terminus of US 12. Then, US 410 went east to Olympia, where it formed a short concurrency with US 101 into Downtown Olympia. Then, US 410 followed US 99 out of Olympia and into Tacoma. In Tacoma, US 410 turned southeast and went to Sumner, through Enumclaw, and then across Chinook Pass. After going across Chinook Pass, US 410 turned east towards Pasco. In Pasco, US 410 became concurrent with US 395 and then continued east to Walla Walla. After passing Walla Walla, US 410 went into Clarkston where it crossed over the Snake River (via the Lewiston–Clarkston Bridge) into Idaho.[4][5]


After US 410 crossed the Lewiston–Clarkston Bridge over the Snake River into Idaho, the road went east and northeast to US 95, where it ended.[4] The successor highway ("US 12") continued east to Lolo Pass and through Montana.


US 410 was an original U.S. Highway. It was established in 1926 and decommissioned in 1967 when US 12 was extended into Washington.[3]

US 410 is now separated into six different highways including the concurrences with US 101 and US 99. From US 101 to Elma, Washington, US 410 became part of US 12. From Elma, Washington, to US 101 near Olympia, Washington, US 410 became SR 8. The concurrency with US 101 stayed as part of US 101 for the full length from SR 8 to US 99 (now I-5). From US 101's end to Tacoma, Washington, US 410 became part of US 99, which was replaced by I-5. From Tacoma, Washington, to Sumner, Washington, US 410 became part of SR 167. From Sumner, Washington, to Naches, Washington, US 410 retained its original number, as SR 410. From Naches, Washington, to Lewiston, Idaho, US 410 became US 12.

In 1957, the Washington State Highway Commission applied for an expansion of the Interstate Highway System to cover the entire US 410 corridor, but were rejected.[6] A second attempt, using a tunneled route under Naches Pass, was made in 1959 and also rejected.[7]

Major intersections

Grays HarborAberdeen00.0 US 101 – Raymond, Forks
Montesano1016 SR 107 – Montesano, Raymond
SR 8 east – Oakville, Centralia
SR 108 east – McCleary, Kamilche
US 101 north – Shelton
Interchange; eastbound exit and westbound entrance
5589Black Lake Boulevard – West Olympia
I-5 / US 99 south – Seattle, Portland
Western end of I-5 and US 99 overlap
Olympia5893State Capitol, Olympia City CenterSigned as exit 105 northbound
6097 SR 510 (Pacific Avenue)
6198Sleater–Kinney Road
Lacey62100Martin Way
PierceDuPont72116Steilacoom–DuPont Road
Fort Lewis74119Gray Field
Lakewood76122Berkeley Street
77124Thorne Lane
78126Gravelly Lake Drive
79127Bridgeport Way – McChord Field
SR 512 east / South Tacoma Way – Puyallup
81130South 84th Street
Tacoma82132South 72nd Street, South 74th Street, South 84th Street
83134South 56th Street – University Place
85137South 38th Street

SR 7 south / SR 16 west (Pacific Avenue)
87140Portland AvenueSouthbound exit is via exit 135

I-5 north / US 99 north – Seattle
SR 161 north
Western end of SR 161 overlap
SR 161 south
Eastern end of SR 161 overlap
Sumner97156 SR 163 (Valley Avenue East)
SR 165 south – Wilkeson
White River110180Bridge over White River
SR 167 west (Griffin Avenue)
Greenwater River131211Bridge over Greenwater River
Pierce146235Mount Rainier National Park gate (entrance)
154248Cayuse Pass; elevation 4,630 feet (1,410 m)

SR 143 south
Northern terminus of SR 143
Chinook Pass157253Chinook Pass; elevation 5,440 feet (1,660 m)
YakimaWenatchee National ForestMount Rainier National Park gate (entrance)
Naches204328 SR 14 – White Pass
SR 24 east (Nob Hill Boulevard) – Moxee
Union Gap223359 US 97
SR 22 east – Toppenish
SR 223 south – Granger
SR 22 to SR 221 – Mabton, Paterson
Benton City283455
SR 224 east
SR 240 west – Vantage
SR 12 west
Columbia RiverBlue Bridge
FranklinPasco301484Lewis StreetNorthbound exit and southbound entrance
US 395 north
Western end of US 395 overlap
Snake River310500Vaughn Hubbard Bridge
Walla WallaBurbank
SR 124 east – Prescott, Waitsburg

US 395 south / US 730 west – Umatilla, Pendleton
Eastern end of US 395 overlap
Walla Walla350560
SR 125 north (N. 13th Avenue)
Western end of SR 125 overlap

SR 125 south (S. 9th Avenue)
Eastern end of SR 125 overlap
SR 124 west – Prescott
SR 126 east
US 295 north – Colfax, Spokane
SR 126 west
SR 128 east
SR 128 east

SR 129 south – Asotin
Snake River448
Lewiston–Clarkston Bridge; Washington–Idaho state line
Nez PerceLewiston34.8
US 95 north – Moscow, Coeur d'Alene
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


  1. ^ Washington State Department of Transportation, State Highway Log Archived 2008-04-10 at the Wayback Machine, 2006
  2. ^ Idaho Transportation Department, Milepoint Log Reports Archived 2004-07-14 at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ a b "Route 410 Renamed Highway 12". Tri-City Herald. December 31, 1967. p. 1. Retrieved July 25, 2022 – via Newspapers.com.
  4. ^ a b Google (September 23, 2021). "Former route of U.S. Route 410" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved September 23, 2021.
  5. ^ Washington State Department of Highways (1967). 1967 Washington Highway Map (Map). Olympia: Washington State Highway Commission – via WSDOT Library Digital Collections.
  6. ^ "Highway 410 Turned Down Last October". Tri-City Herald. Associated Press. January 10, 1958. p. 1.
  7. ^ "New Tunnel Plan Told". Tri-City Herald. Associated Press. January 26, 1959. p. 7.
  8. ^ Washington Highway Map (Map) (1967 ed.). Olympia: Washington State Department of Highways. Retrieved September 15, 2020.

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