Wyoming Highway 374

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Wyoming Highway 374

WYO 374 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by WYDOT
Length25.37 mi[1] (40.83 km)
Western segment
Length4.94 mi[1] (7.95 km)
West end I-80
East end US 30 south of Granger
Eastern segment
Length20.43 mi[1] (32.88 km)
West end I-80 / US 30 in Little America
East end
I-80 BL / US 30 to WYO 530 in Green River
CountryUnited States
Highway system
  • Wyoming State Highway System
WYO 372 WYO 375
WYO 28US 30.svg WYO 30

Wyoming Highway 374 (WYO 374) is a 25.37-mile-long (40.83 km) discontinuous east–west Wyoming State Road located in Sweetwater County that exists in two sections, with a short gap in between.

Route description

Wyoming Highway 374 begins its western end at exit 61 of Interstate 80, southwest of Granger. WYO 374 travels along the north side of I-80, acting as a frontage road, for just under 5 miles until it reaches U.S. Route 30 where it temporarily ends.[2][3] Further east along I-80/US 30, Highway 374 resumes at exit 68 at Little America. WYO 374 once again travels along the north side of I-80.[4] At approximately 3.5 miles, Tenneco Road (CR 85) is intersected which provides access to exit 72 of I-80/US 30. Further east, Highway 374 reaches the southern terminus of Wyoming Highway 372 (La Barge Road) at a T intersection. WYO 372 travels north from here to Wyoming Highway 28 and U.S. Route 189 while WYO 374 turns south and immediately intersects exit 83 of I-80/US 30.[3][4] Now Highway 374 travels eastward toward Green River on the south side of the interstate. As WYO 374 enters James Town, a census-designated place (CDP) west of Green River, Covered Wagon Road (CR 59) is intersected which provides access to exit 85 of I-80/US 30 and travels north to the Rolling Green Country Club.[4] Shortly after, Highway 374 crosses the Green River and at 20.43 miles (25.37 total) the highway reaches its eastern terminus at the Green River business routes of I-80 and US 30 (Flaming Gorge Way) in Green River. Traveling north of here is exit 89 of I-80/US 30, while traveling south heads into downtown Green River and to Wyoming Highway 530.[3][4]

Wyoming Highway 374 is not signed at any of its interchanges with Interstate 80.[3]


Wyoming Highway 374 is the original alignment of U.S. Route 30 from near Granger to Green River.[3]

Major intersections

The entire route is in Sweetwater County.

0.000.00 I-80Western terminus of WYO 374; exit 61 (I-80)
4.947.95 US 30East end of 1st section
Gap in route
Little America0.000.00 I-80 / US 30West end of 2nd section; exit 68 (I-80/US 30)

CR 85 (Tenneco Road) to I-80 / US 30
To exit 72 (I-80/US 30)
14.0722.64 WYO 372Southern terminus of WYO 372
14.1522.77 I-80 / US 30Exit 83 (I-80/US 30)
James Town16.8427.10

CR 59 (Covered Wagon Road) to I-80 / US 30
To exit 85 (I-80/US 30)
Green River20.43–

I-80 BL / US 30 Bus. to WYO 530
Eastern terminus of WYO 374
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


  1. ^ a b c Wyoming Department of Transportation Reference Marker Book - November 2004 (PDF) (Map). WYDOT. Archived from the original (PDF) on July 17, 2011. Retrieved 2011-03-04.
  2. ^ Google (28 December 2016). "Wyoming Highway 374 (Western Section)" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 28 December 2016.
  3. ^ a b c d e aaroads.com - Wyoming Highway 374
  4. ^ a b c d Google (28 December 2016). "Wyoming Highway 374 (Eastern Section)" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved 28 December 2016.

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