Interstate 86 (west)
State Highways in Idaho
|← I-84||SH-87 →|
Interstate 86 (I-86) is an intrastate Interstate Highway, located entirely within the state of Idaho. It runs 63 miles (101.4 kilometers) from an intersection with Interstate 84 located approximately 7 miles (11.3 kilometers) east of Declo in rural Cassia County, to an intersection with Interstate 15 at Pocatello. Interstate 86 connects the major eastern Idaho cities of Pocatello and Idaho Falls with the Twin Falls area and other cities in the state's Magic Valley region. The highway is the shortest east-west route in the Interstate Highway System which is not a special route.
Besides being short, the area Interstate 86 passes through is very desolate. Pocatello, Chubbuck and American Falls are the only incorporated settlements located on the highway. Between American Falls and Pocatello I-86 passes through a portion of Fort Hall Indian Reservation.
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... County Location Mile # Destinations Notes Cassia 0.000 I-84 west/ US-30 west– Twin Falls Westbound exit and eastbound entrance 0.000 1 I-84 east – Ogden Westbound ... east / SH-37 – Rockland, American Falls 40.110 40 I-86Bus ... west/ SH-39 – Aberdeen, American Falls 44.327 44 Seagull Bay 49.152 49 Rainbow Road 52.491 52 Arbon Valley 55.551 56 Pocatello Air Terminal 58.087 58 US-30 east ...
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