Lohana State Route 169 (abbreviated LOH-169) is a north-south state route in the Dragoonasag state of Lohana. Like all other state routes in Lohana, it is maintained by the state's Transportation Department. Its south end is at State Route 274 in William's Place. Its north end is at State Route 377 in Atrion County.
Counties traversed[edit | edit source]
Communities[edit | edit source]
- William's Place
Major intersections[edit | edit source]
- State Route 274 in William's Place
- Dragoonasag Interstate Route 92 near Greene
- State Route 377 in Atrion County
Route description[edit | edit source]
State Route 169 starts at State Route 274 in the town of William's Place, and continues north toward the town of Greene, passing under Dragoonasag Interstate Route 92 just south of Greene. North of Greene, Route 169 turns northeast, continuing in this direction toward its north end at State Route 377. Future plans include extending the route to State Route 26 near Fort Arcussin.