Utah State Route 13
|Maintained by UDOT|
|Length:||32.841 mi (52.852 km)|
|Existed:||1977 – present|
|South end:||US-89 / US-91 in Brigham City|
|SR-90 in Brigham City
SR-38 in Brigham City
I-15 / I-84 in Brigham City
SR-83 in Corinne
SR-102 in Tremonton
SR-82 near Garland
SR-30 in Riverside
|North end:||I-15 near Plymouth|
State Route 13 (SR-13) is a state highway in northern Utah, running 32.841 miles (52.852 km) parallel to I-15 in Box Elder County from Brigham City to Riverside. Most of SR-13 is a former routing of U.S. Route 191.
SR-13 begins at an intersection with US-89 and US-91 at the south end of Brigham City and heads north through the city, then turns west at the north end of the city to intersect I-15 and I-84. It continues northwest across the Bear River through Corinne and turns north parallel to I-15 and I-84 through Bear River City. It intersects I-15 and I-84 at Elwood and continues north around the east side of Tremonton.
The road from SR-1 (by 1926 US-91, now SR-90) in Brigham City north to the Idaho state line became a state highway in 1910. It was initially assigned the State Route 17 designation in the 1920s, but in 1927 the state legislature changed the designation to State Route 41. The portion south of SR-42 (now SR-102) in Tremonton became part of U.S. Route 30S in 1926, and the entire route became Utah's portion of a southern extension of U.S. Route 191 in the late 1930s. A new alignment around Tremonton and Garland was defined in 1935, with the old route becoming SR-82.
The SR-41 designation was dropped in 1962, as State Routes 1 to 5 were assigned to proposed Interstate Highways (in Utah law; the routes were never signed as such), and SR-41 was on the route of I-15, which was SR-1 under Utah law. However, since I-15 near Brigham City was almost complete, only the portion of SR-41 north of Riverside was assigned SR-1; the remainder was instead renumbered as an extension of SR-84, which had ended at Hot Springs Junction north of Ogden. Since the original proposed alignment of I-15 would have passed east of Tremonton and Riverside, this extension of SR-84 turned east at Riverside, following present SR-30 to SR-154 (Garland Road). When SR-154 was removed from the state highway system in 1969, SR-84 was extended farther east over part of it to SR-69 (now SR-38) near Collinston. Finally, in the 1977 renumbering, the part of SR-84 between Hot Springs Junction and Brigham City was redesignated US-89, and State Route 13 was created for the portion between Brigham City and Collinston.
By 1982, proposed I-15 had been moved west to its current alignment north of Tremonton, and a new SR-129 was created to connect it with Riverside along present SR-30. For continuity, SR-13 was cut back to Riverside, with the Riverside-Collinston portion also becoming SR-129. SR-13 was extended north from Riverside to I-15 at exit 392 near Plymouth in 1988, replacing what had been maintained as temporary I-15. A small realignment was made in 2008 at the SR-83 intersection in Corinne, moving SR-13 from the diagonal routing alongside the rail line to a straight north–south routing on 4800 West.
||Brigham City||0.000||0.000||US-89 (1100 South) / US-91 – Ogden, Logan||Southern terminus|
|1.343||2.161||SR-90 east (200 South) to US-89 / US-91 north|
|2.872||4.622||SR-38 north (Main Street) – Honeyville|
|I-15 / I-84 – Salt Lake City, Tremonton||Exit 368|
|Corinne||8.212||13.216||SR-83 west – Thiokol|
|I-15 / I-84 – Boise, Twin Falls, Pocatello||Exit 379|
|Tremonton||19.881||31.995||SR-102 (Main Street) – Deweyville||Haws Corner Junction|
|Garland||22.404||36.056||SR-82 south (Factory Street)|
|Riverside||24.956||40.163||SR-30 to I-15 – Logan|
|I-15 – Pocatello||Exit 394; northern terminus|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi|
- UDOT Highway Reference, SR-13
- Utah Department of Transportation, Highway Resolutions: PDF (10.9 MB), updated October 2007, accessed May 2008
- Rand McNally Auto Road Atlas, 1926
- "Designation of State Roads", Chapter 21, Session Laws of Utah, 1927: "41. From Brigham northwesterly to Corinne, thence northerly via Tremonton and Garland to the Utah-Idaho State line near Portage, Utah."
- Bureau of Public Roads, United States System of Highways, November 11, 1926
- Rand McNally & Company, Texaco Road Map: Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, 1937
- "Designation of State Roads", Chapter 37, Session Laws of Utah, 1935: "Route 82. From a point on route 41 two miles east of Tremonton thence north to Garland Sugar Factory on route 41."
- Utah Department of Transportation, Highway Resolutions: PDF (6.85 MB), updated November 2007, accessed May 2008
- Utah Department of Transportation, Highway Resolutions: PDF (4.69 MB), updated February 2008, accessed May 2008