Lohana State Route 113 (abbreviated LOH-113) is a north-south state route maintained by the Transportation Department of the state of Lohana. It runs from State Route 769 in Marvyn County to Dragoonasag Interstate Route 92 / National Route 72 in eastern Wyssoneau County.

Counties traversedEdit


  • Phosphate
  • Bryce

Major intersectionsEdit

Route descriptionEdit

State Route 113 begins in northeastern Marvyn County at State Route 769. It runs northwest along a two-lane road through fertile farmland until Phosphate. At Phosphate, State Route 113 turns due north, crossing over the Nautahaick Fork and paralleling the Wyssoneau/Pennall County line until its north end at DI-92 in the town of Bryce. Upon passing under the freeway, Route 113 becomes Wyssoneau County Highway 75.

Future plansEdit

The state's Transportation Department plans to extend State Route 113 to State Route 371 in Carlotta. Construction on this extension was scheduled to begin in February of this year, but was put off until May or June of this year.

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