Eastern Mojave Vegetation US Highway 83  

Tom Schweich  

Home Page  U.S. Route 83 is one of the longest north–south U.S. Highways in the United States, at 1,885 miles (3,034 km). The highway's northern terminus is north of Westhope, North Dakota, at the Canadian border, where it continues as Manitoba Highway 83. The southern terminus is in Brownsville, Texas, at the Veterans International Bridge on the Mexican border, connecting with Mexican Federal Highway 180.

Canada above …

North Dakota below …

North Dakota above …

South Dakota below …



Other articles:
• US I-90:   at US hwy 83;  

Junction: US Interstate 90


South Dakota above …

Nebraska below …

Other articles:
• Interstate 70:   at US 83;  

Junction: US Interstate 70
  Junction: US Highway 40




This is an near to the town of Oakley that US Highway gets.


    US Highway 40
  • S. Freeman Ave., into Oakley.
  • US Highway 83 Business, north into Oakley.



Literature Cited:
- Bowen, Mark W., and William C. Johnson, 2012.  

Scott City

Junction: Kansas Highway 96

About 10 miles east are the playa-lunette systems described by Bowen and Johnson (2012).

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Date and time this article was prepared: 12/8/2023 3:42:25 PM