Wyoming Highway 213

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Wyoming Highway 213

Burns Road
Burns Road North
WYO 213 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by WYDOT, Town of Burns
Length19.8 mi[1] (31.9 km)
Major junctions
South end I-80 / US 30
WYO 214 south of Burns
Major intersections WYO 216 south of Merinden
North end US 85 southwest of Merinden
CountryUnited States
Highway system
  • Wyoming State Highway System
WYO 212 WYO 214

Wyoming Highway 213 (WYO 213) is a 19.8-mile-long (31.9 km) state highway in the eastern part of Laramie County, Wyoming, named Burns Road, that provides travel between Interstate 80/U.S. Route 30 and the Town of Burns and north to WYO 216 and US 85.

Route description

Wyoming Highway 213 begins its south end at an interchange with Interstate 80/US 30 at exit 386, which is also the northern terminus of Wyoming Highway 214. Historically, WYO 213 turned west and traveled along the I-80 Service Road for half a mile before turning north onto Burns Road into Burns.[2] WYO 213 used to end at Burns, but was extended in 2009 north to U.S. Route 85,[3] seven miles south of Meriden.[1] Since 2012, Wyoming Highway 213 has been rerouted out of the Burns town center and over a $6.6 million railway overpass just east of the town, avoiding an at-grade crossing.[4][5]

Major intersections

The entire route is in Laramie County.

0.000.00 I-80 / US 30
WYO 214
I-80 exit 386; southern terminus of WYO 213, northern terminus of WYO 214
18.129.1 WYO 216
19.831.9 US 85northern terminus of WYO 213
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also

{{stack|* List of state highways in Wyoming


  1. ^ a b Google (21 April 2016). "Wyoming Highway 213 Route" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 21 April 2016.
  2. ^ Wyoming Routes 200-299
  3. ^ Wyoming Highway 213, Wyomingroutes.org, retrieved 2011-03-07
  4. ^ "Highway project contracts total $35.4M in Wyoming". Wyoming Business Report. 1 November 2011. Retrieved 22 April 2016.
  5. ^ "Wyoming's 25 Most Needed Transportation Projects for Economic Development" (PDF). Tripnet. Transport Research & Innovation Portal. Retrieved 22 April 2016.

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