Iowa Highways: 380 to 399

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Iowa 380
Designated: late 1942 or 1943
Decommissioned: September 3, 1969
Original northern terminus: Ottumwa Airport
Original southern terminus: US 63 north of Ottumwa
Counties: Wapello
Paving history: The entire road was paved at the time of designation.
Replaced by: IA 389 (II), so the number could be used for I-380.
Iowa 381 (I)
Designated: 1943
Decommissioned: November 10, 1953
Original western terminus: IA 84 south of Cedar Rapids (east of the airport)
Original eastern terminus: US 218 south of Cedar Rapids
Counties: Linn
Paving history: There were no paved segments.
Replaced by: County road (now Wright Brothers Boulevard in Cedar Rapids); this one-mile connecting road was decommissioned after US 30 and US 218 were relocated in the Cedar Rapids area.
Iowa 381 (II)
Designated: January 13, 1954
Decommissioned: July 1, 1980
Original western terminus: IA 254 in northwestern Winnebago County
Original eastern terminus: Rake
Counties: Winnebago
Paving history: Unpaved at designation, the road was paved in 1955.
Replaced by: Local road (Grace Street in Rake)
Iowa 382
Designated: 1943
Decommissioned: July 1, 2003
Original western terminus: Lake Macbride State Park
Original eastern terminus: IA 1 at Solon
Counties: Johnson
Paving history: Unpaved at designation, it was paved in 1962 (on a new alignment that followed part of the former County Road R and a new road into the north entrance of the park; the old alignment followed present-day 180th Street NE).
Replaced by: County Road F16
Terminus photos
Iowa 383
Designated: April 18, 1944
Decommissioned: July 1, 2003
Original western terminus: US 69
Original eastern terminus: Randall
Counties: Hamilton
Paving history: Unpaved at designation, it was paved in 1951.
Replaced by: County Road D65 and some Randall city streets; IA 383 turned southward while D65 continued eastward to I-35. (According to Jeff Morrison in September 2002, that wasn't all: "Then, after one block, 383 turns west! This last block is Randall's Main Street. Despite the turns, no 383 traffic stops except the turn NB to WB at D65." His terminus photo page has more.)
Terminus photos
Iowa 384
Designated: July 11, 1944
Decommissioned: July 1, 2003
Original western terminus: IA 25
Original eastern terminus: Springbrook State Park
Counties: Guthrie
Paving history: Unpaved at designation, it was paved in 1959.
Replaced by: County Road F25; this replaced IA 161 (I).
Terminus photos
Iowa 385
Designated: 1945
Decommissioned: July 1, 2003
Original western terminus: Pacific Junction
Original eastern terminus: US 34 southwest of Glenwood; on January 26, 1974, it was moved to the interchange with the relocated US 34 and US 275 in Glenwood after the new US 34 opened.
Counties: Mills
Paving history: Unpaved at designation, the original segment was upgraded from bituminous to paved in 1988. The 1974 extension was entirely paved.
Replaced by: County Roads H36 (east-west segment from Pacific Junction to old US 34) and L35 (former US 34 segment).
Terminus photos
Iowa 386
Designated: March 5, 1946
Decommissioned: July 1, 2003
Original northern terminus: US 52/IA 3 in Sageville
Original southern terminus: US 52/IA 3 north of Dubuque; in September 2002, after the Northwest Arterial (IA 32) extension was completed, IA 386's south end was slightly realigned to end at the same intersection as IA 32.
Counties: Dubuque
Paving history: Unpaved at designation, it was paved in 1955.
Replaced by: County Roads D10 and Y35, locally known as John Deere Road. IA 386 had no directional markers on its entire route, mostly because of the change of direction it took midway through the route. From the northern terminus it ran northeastward to the John Deere Dubuque Works (that segment is now D10), and from there it turned due southward to the other junction with US 52/IA 3 (that segment is now Y35).
Terminus photos
Iowa 387 (I)
Designated: March 19, 1946
Decommissioned: 1950
Original western terminus: US 65
Original eastern terminus: Zearing
Counties: Story
Paving history: There were no paved segments.
Replaced by: Extension of IA 317
Iowa 387 (II)
Designated: December 12, 1951
Decommissioned: May 29, 1979
Original western terminus: Davenport Municipal Airport
Original eastern terminus: US 61 in Mount Joy, serving the now-defunct Caterpillar plant along the way
Counties: Scott
Paving history: The entire road was paved at the time of designation.
Replaced by: County Road F55
For maps of the route, see the Highways of Davenport and Bettendorf page.
Iowa 388
Designated: March 19, 1946
Decommissioned: July 1, 1980 (the city of Calumet took over its piece on November 13)
Original western terminus: Calumet
Original eastern terminus: US 59
Counties: O'Brien
Paving history: Unpaved at designation, the road was paved in 1948.
Replaced by: City streets (2nd Street in Calumet)
Iowa 389 (I)
Designated: 1946
Decommissioned: 1961
Original western terminus: Wild Cat Den State Park
Original eastern terminus: US 61 (later IA 22) in eastern Muscatine County
Counties: Muscatine
Paving history: Unpaved at designation, the road had a bituminous segment at decommissioning.
Replaced by: Unnumbered county road (Wildcat Den Road); replacement for IA 160 (I).
Iowa 389 (II)
Designated: September 3, 1969
Decommissioned: September 15, 1997
Original western terminus: Ottumwa Industrial Airport
Original eastern terminus: US 63 north of Ottumwa
Counties: Wapello
Paving history: The entire road was paved at the time of designation.
Replaced by: Local roads, upon completion of the nearby US 63 expressway segment. (North of the airport the road continued as County Road V3H and the east end continued as V5H, but there is no route signage along the road.) It replaced IA 380.
Former terminus photos
Iowa 390 (I)
Designated: May 1, 1946
Decommissioned: November 25, 1981
Original western terminus: Marathon
Original eastern terminus: IA 10
Counties: Buena Vista
Paving history: The entire road was paved at the time of designation.
Replaced by: Local road (Buena Vista County called it "Highway 390" in its rural street numbering system until at least 2003 but by 2009 the road had become 215th Avenue)
Former terminus photos
Iowa 390 (II)
This was the designation for the bypassed former US 218 segment through Plainfield, bisected by IA 188, after the four-lane bypass opened on November 8, 2002. The city of Plainfield took over its share of the road on May 20, 2003, and Bremer County took over the rest of the road on January 5, 2004.
Iowa 391
Designated: 1946
Decommissioned: March 29, 1972
Original northern terminus: Clinton Municipal Airport
Original southern terminus: US 30 on the west edge of Clinton
Counties: Clinton
Paving history: Unpaved at designation, it was paved in 1957.
Replaced by: City street (60th Street in Clinton)
Iowa 392 (I)
Designated: October 1, 1946
Decommissioned: May 30, 1974
Original northern terminus: Dubuque Regional Airport
Original southern terminus: US 61 south of Dubuque
Counties: Dubuque
Paving history: Unpaved at designation, the road was paved in 1955.
Replaced by: Unnumbered county road (Airport Road)
Iowa 392 (II)
This unsigned highway was assigned to the former segment of IA 163 through Prairie City that was bypassed on September 3, 1998. The city of Prairie City took over its piece of the road on February 21, 2000, and Jasper County took over the remainder on July 18, 2000.
Iowa 393
Designated: January 20, 1948
Decommissioned: May 1, 1980
Original northern terminus: US 18 in western Chickasaw County
Original southern terminus: Ionia
Counties: Chickasaw
Paving history: Unpaved at designation, the road was paved in 1960.
Replaced by: County Road V14; this replaced IA 330 (I).
Iowa 394 (I)
Designated: March 16, 1948
Decommissioned: July 28, 1980 (Lee County took over its piece on August 25)
Original northern terminus: The south entrance to the Iowa Army Ammunition Plant north of Augusta
Original southern terminus: IA 16 east of Denmark
Counties: Des Moines, Lee
Paving history: Unpaved at designation, it was paved in 1960.
Replaced by: County Road X38; it replaced part of IA 16 upon relocation.
Note: The state took over jurisdiction of the second IA 394 before the first IA 394 was transferred to local control.
Iowa 394 (II)
Designated: July 1, 1980
Decommissioned: February 2004
Original northern terminus: US 218 south of Donnellson
Original southern terminus: Missouri state line (Des Moines River) at St. Francisville, MO; it crossed a privately-owned toll bridge and continued southward as "state supplementary" Route B.
Counties: Lee
Paving history: The entire road was paved at the time of designation.
Replaced by: IA 27. IA 394, which replaced the former County Road W68 in 1980, was multiplexed with IA 27 after the latter was commissioned in 2001. However, all IA 394 signs along the route were removed after the opening of the Donnellson and Argyle bypasses (both parts of the Avenue of the Saints) in February 2004, except for one overhead sign at the split of US 218 and IA 27 that referred to 27 as "FORMER IA 394" until the fall of 2013. The bypassed segments carried the IA 460 designation until the transfers of jurisdiction became final. (Per the legal description, IA 394 was not officially removed from the state highway system until March 15, 2005, a year after signs were removed.)
Terminus photos
Iowa 395
Designated: May 11, 1948
Decommissioned: December 12, 1983
Original northern terminus: IA 330 in southwestern Marshall County
Original southern terminus: Melbourne; it was truncated at the north city limits on August 6, 1980.
Counties: Marshall
Paving history: Unpaved at designation, it was paved in 1955.
Replaced by: Local roads (1st Avenue, 1st Street, and Main Street in Melbourne in 1980); Glick Avenue in rural Marshall County (at decommissioning)
Former terminus photos
Iowa 396 (I)
Designated: 1948
Decommissioned: 1954
Original northern terminus: IA 14 north of Newton
Original southern terminus: US 6 in Newton
Counties: Jasper
Paving history: The entire road was paved at the time of designation.
Replaced by: Local roads (probably North 19th Avenue East and East 8th Street North in Newton)
Iowa 396 (II)
Designated: December 1, 1954
Decommissioned: August 22, 1980 (the city of Farnhamville took over its piece on August 11)
Original northern terminus: Farnhamville
Original southern terminus: IA 175
Counties: Calhoun
Paving history: Unpaved at designation, the road had a bituminous surface at decommissioning (but has since been paved).
Replaced by: County Road P21
Iowa 397
Designated: September 28, 1948
Decommissioned: 1990 (it was deleted from the state highway system on July 16, 1991)
Original western terminus: Paton
Original eastern terminus: IA 144
Counties: Greene
Paving history: Unpaved at designation, the road was paved in 1960.
Replaced by: County Road E18; this replaced part of IA 144.
Former terminus photos
Iowa 398
Designated: October 25, 1956
Decommissioned: July 1, 1980
Original northern terminus: US 6
Original southern terminus: Brooklyn
Counties: Poweshiek
Paving history: The entire road was paved at the time of designation.
Replaced by: County Road V18; it was created after US 6 was relocated to the north of Brooklyn. This road was part of US 6 for a year before that.
Iowa 399
Designated: 1956
Decommissioned: 1964
Original northern terminus: Palo
Original southern terminus: IA 74 (II), later IA 94
Counties: Linn
Paving history: The entire road was paved at the time of designation.
Replaced by: Local road (1st Street in Palo); it was created following a reroute of IA 74 west of Palo.

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