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Has any one visited every state a Specific US Route goes

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My examples would be US 93, US 95 and US 97, as I have driven those extensively but have never made it to the US/Canada border on any of those routes.

Regarding east-west US highways, at least the long-distance ones, I have never driven my own car anywhere east of I-25.  All driving I have ever done east of there has been relatively local in rental cars, or occasionally Mom's or Dad's car when they lived in Florida.  So there's a missed state somewhere on all of those.  On US 50 for example, which runs a few hundred yards from my house, I'm sure I'm never been on any part of it in Kansas.

How I'm doing so far:
1- 1/14(Florida)
2- 2/7(Wisconsin and Michigan)
6- 3/14(Iowa, Illinois, Indiana)
8- 2/3(Wisconsin and Michigan)
10- 1/4(Wisconsin)
12- 3/10(Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan)
14- 3/5(South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin)
16- 1/2(South Dakota)
18- 1/4(Wisconsin)
20- 1/12(Iowa)
27- 2/7*(Michigan, Indiana) US now is in 6 states, drove when it still was in MI and nothern Indiana
41- 5/8(Michigan, Wisconsin, Illinois, Georgia, Florida)
45- 2/7(Michigan, Wisconsin)
51- 4/6(Louisiana, Mississippi, Illinois, Wisconsin)
53- 1/2(Wisconsin)
61- 5/8(Tennessee, Arkansas, Iowa, Wisconsin, Minnesota)
69- 2/6 (Texas, Oklahoma
90- 3/5(Texas, Louisiana, Florida)
127- 1/4(Michigan)
141- 2/2(Wisconsin/Michigan)
151- 2/2(Wisconsin/Iowa)
385- 1/6(South Sakota)
441- 1/4(Florida)

There are others like US 63 or 59 that I think I could have drove/been on but unless I'm 100% sure I did not include those or any other US highways in doubt

3, 5, 13, 16, 17, 19*, 22, 23, 24, 27, 31*, 33, 36, 42, 43, 49, 51, 57, 68, 72, 74, 76, 77, 80, 82, 90, 92

* 19E and 19W in Tennessee, but not on US 19 in Tennessee
** 31E and 31W in Kentucky, but not US 31 in Kentucky


--- Quote from: hbelkins on May 31, 2022, 12:39:57 PM ---This is actually one of those little mind games I do to get myself to sleep. I'll go down the list of routes, then whether I've been on or clinched it in the states it traverses.

One of my subjects last night was US 64. Clinched in Arizona, been on in New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Tennessee, and North Carolina.

--- End quote ---

Same for US 64 and US 70 for that matter.


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