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MO-34.svg
Route 34
Maintained by MoDOT
Length: 104 mi (167 km)
Formed: 1922
East end: MO-74.svgIllinois 146.svg Route 74/IL-146 on the Bill Emerson Memorial Bridge
Major
junctions:
Business Loop 55.svgUS 61.svgMO-74.svg Bus. Loop 55/US 61 & Route 74 in Cape Girardeau
I-55.svg I-55 in Cape Girardeau
MO-25.svgMO-72.svg Routes 25 & 72 in Jackson
MO-51.svg Route 51 in Marble Hill
US 67.svg US 67 North of Silva
MO-143.svg Route 143 East of Patterson
MO-49.svg Route 49 in Piedmont
MO-21.svg Route 21 West of Garwood
West end: US 60.svgMO-21.svg US 60/Route 21 East of Van Buren
Major cities: Cape Girardeau
Jackson
Burfordville
Marble Hill
Glenallen
Grassy
Clubb
Patterson
Piedmont
Garwood
Missouri Highways
< Route 33 I-35 >
Supplemental

Route 34 is a highway in southeastern Missouri. Its eastern terminus is at the Illinois state line on the Mississippi River at Cape Girardeau where it overlaps Route 74. Its western terminus is at U.S. Route 60 near Van Buren. The road continues into Illinois as Illinois Route 146.

Route 34 is one of the original 1922 state highways. Its original eastern terminus was at Jackson.

Spur Route 34 exists in Jackson.


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