|Route number||Length||Western / southern terminus||Eastern / northern terminus||Counties||Description||Map||Ref.|
|015 ! I-15||400.592 !400.592 miles (644.690 km)||I-15 at the Arizona state line towards Littlefield||I-15 at the Idaho state line towards Malad City||Washington, Iron, Beaver, Millard, Juab, Utah, Salt Lake, Davis, Weber, Box Elder||Interstate 15 crosses through the entire state, starting in the south from Saint George, up through the middle of the state where it intersects I-70, and into the Salt Lake Valley to meet with I-215 and I-80. After leaving the valley, I-15 continues north, where it becomes concurrent with I-84 until the split in Tremonton, where I-15 heads north into Idaho.|
|070 ! I-70||231.673 !231.673 miles (372.842 km)||I-15 near Cove Fort, UT||I-70 / US 6 / US 50 at the Colorado state line towards Grand Junction||Millard, Sevier, Emery, Grand||Interstate 70 begins in Utah near Cove Fort, not passing through any major metropolitan areas of Utah, and serves as a long-haul route to Denver and the east coast. A stretch of 110 miles (180 km) exists on the highway without any services available.|
|080 ! I-80||196.680 !196.680 miles (316.526 km)||I-80 at the Nevada state line in Wendover||I-80 / US 189 at the Wyoming state line towards Evanston||Tooele, Salt Lake, Summit||Interstate 80 enters from Wendover and crosses the Bonneville Salt Flats before entering the Salt Lake Valley, briefly becoming concurrent with I-15 before leaving the valley through Parley's Canyon, meeting the end of I-84 and enters Wyoming.|
|084 ! I-84||119.773 !119.773 miles (192.756 km)||I-84 at the Idaho state line towards Burley||I-80 near Echo||Box Elder. Weber, Davis, Morgan, Summit||I-84 enters in Snowville and soon becomes concurrent with I-15 until it splits off in Roy, and enters Weber Canyon before ending at I-80 in Echo|
|215 ! I-215||028.946 !28.946 miles (46.584 km)||I-80 at Parley's Canyon||I-15 in North Salt Lake||Salt Lake, Davis||270 degree belt route around Salt Lake City|
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