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State Route 20 Route information Defined by Utah Code §72-4-107 Maintained by UDOT Length: 20.492 mi[1] (32.979 km) Existed: 1917 as a state highway; 1927 as SR-20 – present Major junctions West end: I-15 near Paragonah East end: US-89 near Panguitch Highway system State highways in Utah Interstate • US • State ← SR-19 SR-21 → State Route 20 (SR-20) is a state highway in southern Utah, running 20.492 miles (32.979 km) in Iron and Garfield Counties, without directly serving or connecting any cities. It serves as a truck connection between I-15 and US-89 and an access to Bryce Canyon National Park. It may also be used to travel between Salt Lake City and Phoenix, Arizona. The highway follows the route of the Old Spanish Trail.[2] Contents 1 Route description 2 History 3 Major intersections 4 References Route description SR-20 begins at I-15, Exit 95, 14 miles (23 km) north of Paragonah, and heads east and southeast through a pass between the Markagunt Plateau and the Tushar Mountains. It ends at an intersection with US-89 at Bear Valley Junction. Trucks are routed from I-15 and US-89 onto SR-20 in preference to SR-9 and SR-14 to avoid steep grades and switchbacks required to cross the Markagunt Plateau. SR-20 itself is a difficult route, featuring 7% grades on the approaches to the 7,910-foot (2,410 m) summit, and oversize vehicles are required to have a pilot escort.[1][3] History The route of SR-20 was first used by non-Native Americans in 1864, by the settlers of Panguitch.[4] It crosses the Tushar Mountains just south of the Old Spanish Trail's crossing. The road from SR-1 (by 1926 US-91, now SR-271) in Paragonah to SR-11 (by 1926 US-89) at Bear Valley Junction was added to the state highway system in 1917.[5] In 1927, the legislature assigned the State Route 20 designation to it,[6] and in 1953 the west end was moved north to the present junction with I-15,[5] removing Little Creek Canyon Road and Upper Bear Valley Road from the state highway system. Major intersections County Location Mile Roads intersected Notes Iron Paragonah 0.000-0.162[1] I-15 – Cedar City, Salt Lake City Exit 95 Western terminus Garfield Bear Valley Junction 20.492 US-89 – Panguitch, Junction Eastern terminus 1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi References ^ a b c "Route Description 0020" (pdf). Utah Department of Transportation. http://www.dot.utah.gov/main/uconowner.gf?n=7214809725921777. Retrieved 2008-01-31.  ^ Official Highway Map, Utah Department of Transportation, 1995 edition, coordinates I-3 ^ "State of Utah, Secondary Highways with Additional Restrictions". Utah Motor Carrier Division / Utah Department of Transportation. http://www.utahmc.com/trucking_guide/pdf/secondary_restrictions.pdf. Retrieved 2007-11-17.  ^ "Utah History Encyclopedia". University of Utah Press. http://www.media.utah.edu/UHE/p/PANGUITCH.html. Retrieved 2008-03-11.  ^ a b Utah Department of Transportation, State Route History, accessed July 2007 ^ "Designation of State Roads", Chapter 21, Session Laws of Utah, 1927: "20. From Paragoonah easterly to Orton, Garfield county."