Missouri Route 10

"MO 10" redirects here. MO 10 may also refer to Missouri's 10th congressional district.

Route 10 marker

Route 10
Route information
Maintained by MoDOT
Length: 46 mi (74 km)
Existed: 1922 – present
Major junctions
East end: US 24/US 65 in Carrollton
West end: US 69 in Excelsior Springs,
Highway system
Route 9Route 11

Route 10 is a highway in the western portion of the U.S. state of Missouri. Its eastern terminus is at the concurrency of US 24/US 65 in Carrollton. Its western terminus is at US 69 in Excelsior Springs. A business loop of Route 10 travels through Richmond.


From 1922 to 1926, US 24 east of Carrollton was marked as Route 10. Until improvements to US 69 were carried through in the 1960s, Route 10 traveled along the current Route H through Prathersville and Mosby into Liberty. In Liberty, Route 10 followed Liberty Drive along Glenaire into Pleasant Valley, where it followed the current US 69 west to North Brighton Avenue. At North Brighton, it turned south and onto Winn Road, crossing what is now Interstate 35 (I-35). It follows sections of road that no longer exist to connect to Winn Road, traveling south and into Avondale as Walker Road. There are signs in Avondale to this day marking it as "Highway 10". It then followed the current route of Route 210 and Armour Road into North Kansas City, turning southward at Burlington Road/Route 9 and crossing the Missouri River terminating at US 24/US 40 in downtown Kansas City.

Major intersections

ClayExcelsior Springs US 69 southWestern terminus; interchange
Route 10 Bus. east Richmond
Route 210 west Orrick, North Kansas City
Richmond Route T / Lewis and Clark Trail west Richmond, CamdenInterchange; west end of Lewis and Clark Trail concurrency
Route 13 Polo, HenriettaInterchange

Route 10 Bus. west
US 65 Bus. north Carrollton
west end of US 65 Bus. concurrency
US 24 / US 65 / Lewis and Clark Trail east Moberly, Chillicothe, WaverlyEastern terminus; interchange; east end of US 65 Bus. / Lewis and Clark Trail concurrency
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also


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