Let alone we country managers having to fix every pot hole on every rural route. And my employer is starting to complain about the amount of time I've spent rebuilding a couple landslide damaged roads.
As to the OP, could it be that the city has designated that one stretch slightly differently for some specific reason? For example I've yet to find an official city map of SLC that identifies the block of 300 West between South Temple and 100 South as John Stockton Drive, or the one block of 100 S between 300 West and 400 West as Malone Drive. So named in honor of John Stockton and Karl Malone. Stockton drive and Malone Drive
. I haven't put the names in as primary on the SLC maps and in SLC the grid number designators are almost always also listed, but the situation could be similar.