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U.S. Route 89 (US 89) is a north–south US Highway in northern Arizona and central Utah in American Truck Simulator. The route is separated into four sections: The first section runs from Interstate 40 Business and US 180 in Flagstaff to Salina. The second section runs from US 6 in Spanish Fork to SR-52 in Orem. The third section runs from SR-26 to 24th Street within Ogden. The fourth section runs from US 91 in Brigham City to US 91 in Logan. In real life, US 89 runs a total of 1252 miles (2015 km) from Flagstaff, AZ, to the Canadian border north of Babb, MT. The route is split into two segments by Yellowstone National Park, where US highways are not numbered.

Course[]

US 89 begins in Flagstaff, AZ, where it intersects with US 180. The 89 runs through the forests at the feet of the San Francisco Peaks (which include Humphreys Peak, the highest point of Arizona) to the red desert of the Colorado Plateau, where, at Cameron, AZ 64 intersects with the highway at a roundabout. North of Cameron the 89 meets US 160 at its western terminus, and after passing Bitter Springs it cuts through the Echo Cliffs and heads to Page. Out of Page the highway crosses the Colorado River via the Glen Canyon Dam Bridge, which is named after the hydroelectric dam beside it and the canyon the Colorado runs through at this point; with a height above the river of 700 feet (210 m), this is one of the highest bridges in the US. After crossing the canyon a viewpoint is offered, and shortly afterwards, past a southbound weigh station, the highway enters Utah.

After trending west through the colorful desert, at the base of the Vermillion Cliffs, US 89 reaches Kanab, where it intersects with US 89A. There the 89 continues north through the canyon of Kanab Creek, where there is a weigh station and a viewpoint at Moqui Cave. Out of the canyon the highway runs along the East Fork Virgin River for a ways before meeting UT 12. Joining the course of the Sevier River, the 89 runs through Panguitch and on to the Piute Reservoir. From there the highway runs through the gorge of the Sevier, where it passes the Deer Creek Rest Area (which features a viewpoint) and the Big Rock Candy Mountain Resort. Out of the gorge, the 89 meet Interstate 70, which it follows to Salina, where the southern section of US 89 in the game ends.

The highway is rejoined in Spanish Fork, where it intersects with US 6 and heads through Provo to UT-52 at Orem, where another gap in the road begins. The 89 is resumed in Ogden, which it runs through for a short distance before another gap. It is again rejoined at Brigham City, where it runs concurrent with US 91 between the Wellsville and Wasatch Mountains to the Cache Valley and the city of Logan, where US 89 currently ends. From there the highway continues into Idaho, with its next extension possibly to come with Wyoming.

Cities[]

Junction List[]

Location mi km Destinations Facilities Notes
Flagstaff 0 0 Bu 40 shield.pngUS180IS17IS40 I-40 BL west / US 180 to I-17 / I-40Flagstaff, Grand Canyon, Phoenix, Albuquerque Dealer ico.pngGas ico.pngParking ico.pngService.png South terminus
Cameron 39 64 AZ64 SR 64 west – Grand Canyon National Park Gas ico.pngParking ico.png
43 69 Truck stop Gas ico.pngParking ico.png Northbound only
58 93 US160 US 160 east – Kayenta
Bitter Springs 95 154 Bitter Springs
Page 125 201 AZ98US160 SR 98 east to US 160Page, Kayenta Parking ico.pngService.png
130 209 AZ98US160 To SR 98 east to US 160Page, Kayenta Gas ico.pngParking ico.pngService.png North terminus in game

History[]

In update 1.5, which changed the map scale from 1:35 to 1:20, new sections were added to the existing route to accommodate the new map scale, including the scenery town of Bitter Springs.

In update 1.35, the at-grade three-way junction with SR 64 in Cameron was changed to a four-way roundabout, and the truck stop and surrounding roads were rebuilt. The at-grade three-way junction with US 160 was rebuilt.

In the initial version of the Utah map expansion DLC, the sections of US 89 from Page to Salina, US 6 in Spanish Fork to SR-52 in Orem, SR-26 to 24th Street within Ogden, and US 91 in Brigham City to US 89 in Logan, were added.

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See also[]

Arizona Flag.png Arizona
Cities Camp Verde - Clifton - Ehrenberg - Flagstaff - Grand Canyon Village - Holbrook - Kayenta - Kingman - Nogales - Page - Phoenix - San Simon - Show Low - Sierra Vista - Tucson - Yuma

Scenery Towns: Ash Fork - Bitter Springs - Cameron - Colorado City - Dateland - Fredonia - Globe - Mexican Water - Morenci - Pinetop–Lakeside - Quartzsite - Sanders - Seligman - Springerville - St. Johns - Teec Nos Pos - Valle - Wickenburg

Highways Interstate 8 - Interstate 10 - Interstate 15 - Interstate 17 - Interstate 19 - Interstate 40
US 60 - US 64 - US 70 - US 89 - US 89A - US 93 - US 95 - US 160 - US 163 - US 180 - US 191
SR 51 - SR 61 - SR 64 - SR 66 - SR 77 - SR 85 - SR 89 - SR 90 - SR 92 - SR 98 - SR 260 - SR 303 - SR 389
Flag of Utah small.png Utah
Cities Cedar City - Logan - Moab - Ogden - Price - Provo - Salina - Salt Lake City - St. George - Vernal

Suburbs: Garfield - Herriman - Mapleton - Orem - Roy - Sandy - Spanish Fork - West Valley City

Scenery Towns: Bluff - Bothwell - Brigham City - Cove Fort - Crescent Junction - Delta - Duchesne - Fort Duchesne - Heber City - Hildale - Hurricane - Kanab - Magna - Mexican Hat - Modena - Monticello - Panguitch - Perry - Richfield - Riverside - Scipio - Silver Summit - Tremonton - Washington - Wendover

Highways Interstate 15 - Interstate 70 - Interstate 80 - Interstate 84
US 6 - US 40 - US 50 - US 89 - US 89A - US 91 - US 163 - US 189 - US 191
SR-9 - SR-10 - SR-26 - SR-30 - SR-34 - SR-52 - SR-55 - SR-56 - SR-59 - SR-130 - SR-151 - SR-161 - SR-165 - SR-172 - SR-201 - SR-202 - SR-265