Utah State Route 64

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State Route 64

Route information
Defined by Utah Code §72-4-112
Maintained by UDOT
Length2.015 mi[1] (3.243 km)
Major junctions
South end I-15 near Holden
North end US 50 in Holden
CountryUnited States
Highway system
  • Utah State Highway System
SR-63 SR-65

State Route 64 (SR-64) is a state highway in the U.S. state of Utah that serves as a connection from US-50 in the town of Holden to I-15, which bypasses the town. The route is a remnant of old US-91, bypassed by I-15.

Route description

The road begins from the ramps connecting exit 174 on I-15 and heads northwest, and then turns northeast on the west-side frontage road, continuing north to serve as the Main Street of Holden. At the northern outskirts of the town, the highway terminates at US-50.[2]


Holden's Main Street became a state highway in 1910 as part of the main road south-southwesterly from Salt Lake City.[3] It was numbered as part of SR-1 and US-91 in the 1920s.[4] In 1969, with the construction of I-15 imminent, State Route 26 (now US-50), which had ended at SR-1 just north of Holden, was extended both north and south from its eastern end to meet I-15 on both sides of the bypass.[5] The state legislature redesignated the southern half as SR-64 in 1975,[6] about a year before I-15 was completed in the area.[7]

Major intersections

The entire route is in Millard County.

I-15 – Fillmore, Salt Lake CitySouthern terminus
Holden2.0153.243 US 50 – Delta, ScipioNorthern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


  1. ^ a b "Highway Reference Online - SR-64". Utah Department of Transportation. Retrieved 2008-07-23.
  2. ^ "Google Maps". Google.
  3. ^ "State Road Resolutions SR-1.pdf". Utah Department of Transportation. (35.4 MB), updated September 2007, accessed May 2008
  4. ^ Rand McNally Auto Road Atlas, 1926
  5. ^ "State Road Resolutions SR-26.pdf". Utah Department of Transportation. (4.54 MB), updated September 2007, accessed May 2008
  6. ^ "State Road Resolutions SR-64.pdf". Utah Department of Transportation. (645 KB), updated November 2007, accessed May 2008
  7. ^ Federal Highway Administration, National Bridge Inventory database, 2007