Utah State Route 110
|Maintained by UDOT|
|Length:||3.495 mi (5.625 km)|
|Existed:||1969 – present|
|South end:||SR-127 in Syracuse|
|North end:||SR-37 in West Point|
SR-110 follows 4500 West in the Weber Valley, near the east shore of the Great Salt Lake and west of the Hooper Canal. The relatively flat route, at about 4,230 feet (1,290 m) above sea level, travels north from SR-127 to SR-37 through the Ogden suburbs of Syracuse and West Point.
State Route 195 was created in 1935, running west and north from what was then the end of SR-108 in Syracuse through West Point to the then-end of SR-37 in Hooper. An extension of SR-37 cut back the north end of SR-195 to a point west of Clinton in 1945, and in 1947 the latter route was removed from the state highway system. The portion of SR-195 heading west from SR-108 was restored in 1965 as part of SR-127, and in 1969 a new SR-110 brought the remainder of old SR-195 back onto the system.
The entire route is in Davis County.
|Syracuse||0.000||SR-127 (1700 South)|
|West Point||1.991||SR-107 (300 North)|
|3.495||SR-37 (1800 North)|
- Utah Department of Transportation, Highway Reference Information: PDF (17.3 KB), updated 2008-05-01, accessed July 2008
- Google Maps street maps and USGS topographic maps, accessed July 2008 via ACME Mapper
- "Designation of State Roads", Chapter 37, Session Laws of Utah, 1935: "Route 195. From Hooper on route 37 southerly to Syracuse."
- "State Roads and Routes", Chapter 61, Session Laws of Utah, 1945: "Route 195. From Syracuse on route 108 west two and one-half miles, thence north to route 37."
- "Designation of State Roads", Chapter 49, Session Laws of Utah, 1947
- Utah Department of Transportation, State Route History, accessed July 2007