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Title: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Ian on June 27, 2009, 04:33:34 PM
Hey all!

I thought of starting a topic of people sharing the highways you have clinched. So, what have you clinched?

Mine (yea I have clinced a lot):
Pennsylvania: I-476, I-95, , I-78, I-676, I-176, I-276, US 1, US 13, US 422 (eastern), US 222, US 202, PA 52, PA 3, PA 252, PA 183, PA 63, PA 29 (southern), PA 132, PA 413, PA 420, PA 320, PA 452
New York: I-87, I-787, I-95, I-287, I-684, I-890, US 9W, NY 9N, NY 155, NY 156, NY 157, NY 85, NY 85A, NY 9L, NY 7, NY 254, NY 149, NY 443, NY 43, NY 787, NY 470, NY 9R, NY 9P, Palisades Interstate Parkway, Garden State Parkway Connector, Berkshire Spur
Delaware: I-95, I-295, I-495, US 202, US 9, US 13, US 301, DE 1, DE 92, DE 100, DE 261, DE 491, DE 896
New Jersey: I-95, I-78, I-76, I-295, I-195, US 9W, NJ 55, NJ 42, NJ 90, NJ 72, NJ 17, NJ 495, Palisades Interstate Parkway, Atlantic City Expressway, New Jersey Turnpike (NJ 700 and I-95)
Maryland: I-95, I-97, I-295, I-395, I-895, US 301, US 50, MD 3, MD 279, MD 290, MD 313, MD 444, MD 197, MD 295
Virginia: I-95, I-395, VA 267, VA 110
North Carolina: I-95
South Carolina: I-95
Georgia: I-95
Florida: Toll FL 417, FL 536, Osceola Parkway
California: I-280, CA 17, CA 85, CA 237
Connecticut: I-84, I-95, I-684, CT 3, CT 15, Milford Parkway, Merritt Parkway, Wilbur Cross Highway, Berlin Turnpike
Rhode Island: I-95, I-295, RI 4, RI 10
Massachusetts: I-95, I-90 (Mass Pike), I-290, I-295, I-495, US 3, MA 3, MA 16, MA 128, MA 213
New Hampshire: I-89, I-95, I-293, I-393, NH 11B, NH 109, NH 109A, NH 113, NH 112, NH 25B, Everett Turnpike, Spaulding Turnpike, Circumferential Highway
Maine: I-195, I-295, I-395, US 302, US 1 Business (Damariscotta), ME 3, ME 209, ME 216, ME 217 (now decommissioned), ME 129, ME 130, ME 102, ME 90, ME 96, ME 238, ME 218, Falmouth Spur (old I-495)
Vermont: US 4, VT 9

So, what have you clinched?
Ian
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: florida on June 27, 2009, 07:03:19 PM
Rhode Island: I-95
Connecticut: I-84; I-95; I-684
Vermont: I-89;
Massachusetts: I-91; I-84; I-290
New York: I-684; I-787; I-95; I-84; I-78; NY 907B; NY 907C; NY 907D; NY 909C; NY 955A
Pennsylvania: I-84
New Jersey: Atlantic City Expwy; New Jersey Tpk; I-676
Maryland: I-95; I-81
Delaware: I-95; I-295
Illinois: I-190
West Virginia: I-81
Virginia: I-95; I-77
North Carolina: I-95; I-77; I-26 (pre-extension); US 441
South Carolina: I-95; I-585; I-77;
Georgia: I-95; I-985; I-475; GA 185; GA 241
Alabama: I-165
Florida: I-195; I-395; I-175; I-375; I-95; I-4; I-10; I-110; I-295; US 331; US 231; US 29; US 92; US 192; Business US 1; Alternate 27; Alternate 90 (Pensacola); Business US 98 (all); Alternate US 98; Alternate US 19; State Roads: A1A (Riviera Beach; Stuart; New Smyrna Beach; Daytona-St. Augustine); 2 (all); 3 (all); 4; 6; 8; 8A; 9A (all); 10A (Pensacola & Lake City); 11; 12; 14; 15 (south & middle); 15A; 16; 17 (all); 18; 19; 20; 22; 24; 25 (north); 25A; 26A; 30A (all); 30E; 33; 40; 41; 44; 44A; 45A; 46; 48; 49; 50; 50A; 53; 54 (all); 56; 57; 59; 60A; Business 60; 61 (all); 61A; 63; 65; 69; 71; 73; 75; 76; 77; 78 (all); 79; 81; 83; 85; 87; 89; 91; 93A; 95; 97; 100; 101; 102; 103; 104; 105; 113; 114; 115 (north); 117; 120; 122; 123; 128; 129; 136; 143; 145 (all); 155; 157; 159; 163; 166; 173; 187; 188; 189 (all); 190; 196; 202; 206; 207; 208; 211; 222; 224; 226; 228 (west); 230; 231 (all); 235; 238; 261; 263; 265; 267; 273; 276; 277; 281; 285; 289; 290; 291; 292; 293; 294; 295; 296; 297; 298; 300; 312; 320; 326; 327; 329; 331; 345; 349; 363; 366; 368; 369; 371; 373; 375; 377; 389; 390; 391; 392; 393; 397 (all); 399; 400; 401; 404; 405; 406; 407; 408; 415; 416; 417; 419; 421; 423; 424; 426; 429; 430; 434; 435; 436; 437; 438; 439; 441; 442; 464; 472; 475; 482; 483; 492; 500; 500A; 501; 507; 508; 510; 513; 514; 517; 518; 519; 520; 524; 526; 527 (all); 528; 530; 533; 535; 536; 537; 540 (all); 542; 544; 548; 549; 553; 555; 557; 559; 566; 569; 570; 572; 573; 574; 575; 579; 580; 581; 582 (all); 583; 584; 585; 586; 590 (all); 592; 594; 595; 599; 600 (all); 607; 608; 614; 615; 618; 619; 620; 651; 655; 656; 659; 666; 676; 678; 679; 681; 682; 686; 687; 688; 692; 693; 694; 699; 704; 707; 708 710; 713; 714; 715; 716; 717; 727; 729; 732; 736; 742; 752; 758; 776; 786; 794; 800; 806 (east); 808; 814; 816; 820 (all); 834; 838; 842 (all); 845; 849; 850; 852; 865 (all); 867; 870; 876; 880; 909; 5054; 5098
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: AZDude on June 27, 2009, 08:56:06 PM
Arizona: AZ 68, AZ 347, AZ 389, Loop 101, Loop 202, Loop 303 (old section) US 89, Alt US 89, US 93, I-10, I-17, I-40
Utah: UT 14, UT 59
Nevada: I-515, I-215, Clark County 215
California: I-210/CA 210, I-5, I-40
Oregon: I-5
Washington: I-90
Idaho: I-90
Montana: I-90

Side note: I-20, I-25, I-40, I clinched the entire route in each state.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Terry Shea on June 27, 2009, 10:49:23 PM
Please excuse my ignorance, but what exactly is meant by clinched?
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Bickendan on June 27, 2009, 11:02:17 PM
Highways you've been on from end-to-end.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Duke87 on June 28, 2009, 12:44:24 AM
Entire interstates
195 (RI/MA)
270 (CO)
276
295 (ME)
384
395 (ME)
478
495 (DE)
678
684
695 (NY)
895 (NY)
895 (MD)

Single state segments of highways
Interstates (excluding above)
76: NJ
78: NY
80: PA, NJ
84: CT, MA
91: MA
95: DC, MD, DE, PA, NJ*, NY, CT, NH     *the future alignment, not the current one
278: NY
287: NY
295: DE
676: PA

US Highways
1: NY
13: MD

State highways
CT: 35, 78, 104, 123, 124, 137, 493, 713, 719, 722, 726, 731, 734
MA: 3, 25
ME: 233
NJ: 445, 445S, 495, 700
NY: 35, 100B, 123, 124, 137, 172, 218, 907A, 907B, 907C, 907D, 907F, 907G, 907H, 907K, 907L, 907P, 907V, 907W, 908A, 908F, 981B, 982C, 982L, 983C, 983D, 984J, 987D, 987F, 987G, 987H
RI: 78
VT: 279, 313

This then leaves four states (FL, OH, NC, VA) which I've been in but clinched absolutely nothing to do with.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Alps on June 28, 2009, 01:02:54 AM
http://www.alpsroads.net/roads/clinched.txt (http://www.alpsroads.net/roads/clinched.txt) but it's missing some of my more recent clinches (all of US 202, US 1-MA/NH/ME, NH 1A/1B, ME I-95, MA-VT 8A, VT 112...)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Bickendan on June 28, 2009, 01:11:48 AM
If you guys haven't been by the clinched highways page (http://cmap.m-plex.com), do so ;)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: corco on June 28, 2009, 01:17:57 AM
This is an incomplete list, items italicized I haven't officially clinched (as in driven in the car with the camera, but have at some point(s) in my life driven every mile of)

Clinched:
AZ: SR 101
CA:  I-80, I-505
CO: I-76, I-225, I-270, US-138, SH-1, SH-2, SH-127, SH-470 (not including E-470)
ID: I-84, I-86, I-90, I-184, US-12, US-30, SH-16, SH-21, SH-25, SH-41, SH-44, SH-55, SH-58, SH-60, SH-61, SH-66, SH-71, SH-77, SH-99, SH-128
IA: I-29, I-80, I-129, I-235
IL: I-24, I-70, I-190, I-270, I-294, I-355, I-390, IL 38
IN: I-70, I-74, I-80, I-465, I-865
KS: I-670
KY: I-24, I-71, I-75
MA: I-93, MA 3
MI: I-69
MO: I-70, I-270, I-670
MT: US-20, MT-43, MT-278
NC: NC-168
NE: I-76, I-80, I-129, US-138, L-17B, L-17C, L-17E, L-17F, L-17J, L-25A, L-53A, L-53B, L-53C, L-53E, L-79E, L-79H
NY: I-90
OH: I-70, I-71, I-270, I-275, I-670, SR 41, SR 161, SR 315, SR 541
OR: I-82, I-84, I-105, I-205, US-20, US-95, US-730, OR 3, OR 11, OR 82, OR 86, OR 126, OR 242
UT: I-84, SR-16, SR-43, SR-53, SR-83, SR-280
VT: I-93
WA: Officially clinched every single mile of state maintained highway
WI: I-894
WV: I-64

WY: I-80, I-180, US-30,, WYO 10, WYO 12, WYO 13, WYO 14, WYO 34, WYO 71, WYO 74, WYO 76, WYO 78, WYO 89, WYO 92, WYO 151, WYO 152, WYO 153, WYO 154, WYO 156, WYO 157, WYO 158, WYO 159, WYO 160, WYO 161, WYO 210, WYO 212, WYO 213 (former), WYO 214, WYO 215, WYO 216, WYO 217, WYO 218 (former), WYO 219, WYO 221, WYO 222, WYO 223, WYO 224, WYO 225, WYO 230, WYO 236, WYO 237, WYO 238, WYO 239, WYO 241, WYO 270, WYO 271, WYO 272, WYO 310, WYO 311, WYO 312, WYO 313, WYO 314, WYO 315, WYO 316, WYO 317, WYO 318, WYO 320, WYO 321, WYO 352, WYO 353, WYO 354, WYO 370, WYO 371, WYO 374, WYO 377, WYO 410, WYO 411, WYO 413, WYO 414, WYO 530
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: mightyace on June 28, 2009, 01:23:04 AM
Thanks to Duke87 for the template:

I only track interstates...

Entire interstates
24
225 (CO)
440 (TN)
640 (TN)
355 (IL)
759 (AL)
265 (KY)
565 (AL)
270 (OH)
470 (OH/WV)
71
271 (OH)
471 (OH/KY)
275 (TN)
76 (East, OH/PA/NJ)
176 (PA)
376 (PA) from I-79 to I-76 (will come off when expansion is signed)
476 (PA)
277 (OH)
180 (PA)
280 (OH)
480 (OH)
680 (OH)
83
283 (PA)
84 (East, PA/NY/CT/MA)
787 (NY)
190 (IL)
190 (SD)
290 (IL)
490 (OH)
294 (IL)
894 (WI)
295 (DE)
395 (MD)
495 (DE)
695 (MD)

Single state segments of highways
Interstates (excluding above)
59: GA
65: IN, KY, TN
70: MD, PA, WV
75: KY
76: NE
78: PA
80: IL, IN, IA, OH, PA
81: MD, PA, TN, VA, WV
90: IL, IN
94: IL
95: DE
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: WillWeaverRVA on June 28, 2009, 01:33:02 AM
Entire Interstates:
VA: I-195, I-295, I-395, I-495, I-264, I-464, I-564, I-664
DC: I-295, I-395, I-495, I-695
MD: I-270, I-270 SPUR, I-295, I-395 (both), I-495, I-695, I-895
DE: I-295
NJ: none (8 miles short of I-295)
IL: I-155, I-190
CA: none (2 miles short of I-105)

Single State:
DC: I-66, I-95 (heh)
MD: I-95
PA: I-83

I have not clinched any US highways, whole or single-state.

Virginia State Highways:
VA 2, VA 27, VA 28, VA 36, VA 54, VA 54Y, VA 73, VA 76, VA 106, VA 109, VA 110, VA 120, VA 123, VA 124, VA 132Y, VA 144, VA 145, VA 146, VA 147, VA 150, VA 156, VA 157, VA 161, VA 195, VA 197, VA 199, VA 205Y, VA 206, VA 207, VA 208, VA 212, VA 218, VA 228, VA 233, VA 234, VA 235, VA 236, VA 237, VA 239, VA 242, VA 243, VA 244, VA 246, VA 271, VA 288, VA 296, VA 298, VA 299, VA 300, VA 300Y, VA 315 (by walking), VA 318 (by walking), VA 319, VA 321, VA 326, VA 353 (by walking/biking), VA 356, VA 357, VA 359, VA 366 (I think), VA 380, VA 383, VA 396, VA 399 (by walking), VA 400, VA 895, VA 90004 (Dulles Access Rd)  

I've been near and seen the endpoints of VA 310, VA 329, and VA 339, but they are not drivable. Technically, neither is VA 318, but I have technically traversed it from end to end. The ones I clinched by walking or biking were clinched when I lived in Richmond but did not have a car.

I need to update my map; I-464 is missing and I need to add some US highways.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: njroadhorse on June 28, 2009, 09:44:28 AM
New Jersey:
I-78, I-80, I-280, I-287, I-676, NJ 24, NJ 94, NJ 109, NJ 36, NJ 208, NJ 15, NJ 284, NJ 57, NJ 182, NJ 53, NJ 3, NJ 495, NJ 31, NJ 19,

Pennsylvania:
I-78, I-80, I-81, I-83, I-84, I-676, I-376, I-279, I-579, US 19 Truck, PA 33, PA 363, PA 512, PA 115, PA 739,

New York:
I-84, I-287, I-290, I-678, NY 284,

Connecticut:
I-84, I-95, I-691

Massachusetts:
I-84, US 44,

Maryland:
I-81, I-83, I-95, I-495, I-395, I-895, US 13, US 113, US 340, MD 67

Delaware:
I-295, DE 24

Virginia:
I-495, VA 130, VA 175, VA 132, VA 132Y, VA 5, VA 412, VA 305, VA 314

West Virginia:
I-81, US 340

North Carolina:
I-95  :sombrero:

South Carolina:
US 501, Old SC 73

Florida:
FL 202

Arizona:
I-15

Nevada:
I-515, NV 564,

England:
M26, M20,

Belgium:
A10, A18
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: ctsignguy on June 28, 2009, 10:48:04 AM
Surprisingly few actual clinched highways for me...

By State:

CT: I-84, I-91, I-95, I-691, I-395, US 6, US 44, CT 9, CT 156, CT 154
Ohio:  I-70, I-71, I-75, I-270, I-670, I-271, OH 444, OH 315, OH 317,
PA:  I-80, I-78, I-84, US 6
Del: I-95
MD: I-95
RI: I-95
MASS: I-91, I-95,
NH I-89
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: akotchi on June 28, 2009, 12:09:10 PM
My list is also just interstates.  (I don't even recall most of the state/U.S. highways I have been on . . .)

Maine:  I-495; I-295
N.H.:  I-95
Mass:  I-95, I-91, I-84, I-90, I-295, I-290
R.I.:  I-95, I-295
Conn.:  I-95, I-84, I-684
N.Y.:  I-95, I-278, I-287, I-684, I-895, I-495
Pa.:  I-95, I-276, I-76, I-70, I-376 (before extension), I-476, I-676, I-84, I-380, I-78, I-83, I-283
N.J.:  I-95, I-295, I-195, I-76, I-676, I-278, I-280, I-80, NJ Tpk, GSP
Del.:  I-95, I-295, I-495
Md.:  I-95, I-195, I-295, I-395, I-495, I-595, I-695, I-895, I-97, I-83, I-270, I-70, I-81, I-795
Va.:  I-95, I-495, I-395, I-895 (yes, I consider that one interstate . . .), I-195, I-264, I-664, I-85
D.C.:  I-395, I-95/I-495 (all 0.11 miles of it), I-695, I-66
W.V.:  I-470
N.C.:  I-95, I-40, I-440, I-85
S.C.:  I-95, I-85, I-585
Ga.:  I-95
Fla.:  I-95, I-75, I-595, I-275, I-4
Ind.: I-80, I-90
Tenn.:  I-40, I-440
Ky,:  I-71
Ark.:  I-440
Ariz.:  I-17
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Alex on June 28, 2009, 12:44:37 PM
My clinched Interstates: https://www.aaroads.com/clinched/anitzman.html (https://www.aaroads.com/clinched/anitzman.html) and http://cmap.m-plex.com/user/aaroads/ (http://cmap.m-plex.com/user/aaroads/) (missing my I-73 clinch; I also have to go back an update my future Interstate mileage now that you can add it!)

My counties: http://www.mob-rule.com/cgi-bin/makeuser.cgi?user=aaroads (http://www.mob-rule.com/cgi-bin/makeuser.cgi?user=aaroads) (none new this year :( )

I have an atlas that shows every road I've driven or ridden upon. At some point I may log all of the U.S. and state highway segments per state that have been clinched. I can say that I have been on every Interstate, U.S., State, and County highway in Baldwin County, AL, and Escambia and Santa Rosa Counties, Florida. I've done every segment of State, U.S., and Interstate in Cecil County, Maryland and New Castle County, Delaware as well.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: andytom on June 28, 2009, 12:57:55 PM
My Interstate and US hwys list at http://cmap.m-plex.com/user/andytom/ (http://cmap.m-plex.com/user/andytom/) (check the top 10 list for the bigger ones).

--Andy
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Bickendan on June 28, 2009, 05:09:57 PM
Mine are at http://cmap.m-plex.com/user/bickendan/ (http://cmap.m-plex.com/user/bickendan/)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Hellfighter on June 28, 2009, 06:24:21 PM
Not many because of not enough money. Been only able to get stuff inside my state.

MI: I-75, I-94, I-96, I-275, I-196, I-696, US-2, US-10, US-12, US-23, US-24, M-1, M-3, M-5, M-6, M-10, M-14, M-25, M-26, M-28, M-36, M-39, M-43, M-52, M-53, M-77, M-85, M-94, M-104, M-117, and M-153.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: TheStranger on June 29, 2009, 12:15:13 PM
California: I-80, I-380, I-280, I-980, I-880, I-680, I-580, I-205, I-405, Route 242, Route 24, Route 160, Route 37, Route 82, Route 149, Route 13, Route 116, Route 85, Route 87, Route 170, Route 134, Route 92, Route 262, Route 17, Route 68, Route 135,  Business 80, US 50

Nevada: I-80, I-515

Washington: WA 16

Delaware: I-95

New Jersey: NJTP, I-278, NJ 495

Connecticut: I-95

Rhode Island: I-95

New York: I-95, I-290, Berkshire Thruway

Utah: I-80

Kentucky: I-71, I-65, KY 155, KY 245, I-265
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: agentsteel53 on June 29, 2009, 12:45:28 PM
interstates H1, H2, H3, 4, 5, 8, 10, 12, 15, 16, 17, 19, 20, 22, 25, 27, 29, 30, 37, 39, 40, 41, 43, 44, 45, 49, 55, 57, 59, 66, 68, 70, 71, 75, 76E, 76W, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84E, 84W, 86E, 86W, 87, 88E, 88W, 89, 90, 91, 93, 95, 96, 97, and various and sundry three-digit ones.

US routes are significantly harder to clinch, because of the many alignments they take.  I believe I've found most of US 2E, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 26, 28, 32, 38, 44, 46, 48, 50, 53, 56, 57, 83, 87, 91, 92, 93, 94, 95, 97, 98, 99, 101, 104, 106, 130, 138, 163, 185, 191, 206, 240, 260, 285, 295, 299, 302, 350, 395, 399, 410, 420, 466, 491, 530, 541, 630, 650, 666, 730.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Hot Rod Hootenanny on June 29, 2009, 10:33:58 PM
http://www.roadfan.com/wheresjg.html (http://www.roadfan.com/wheresjg.html)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: deathtopumpkins on June 30, 2009, 02:02:50 AM
Aww... my list sounds so small...  :-(

VA: I-264, 664, and various state routes.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: agentsteel53 on June 30, 2009, 03:56:06 AM
as for clinching highways in one burst ... the longest I've done is I-40 on three hours of sleep.  I never left the freeway for more than about a mile to pull over.  I did 2000 miles (before Asheville, NC, all the way to Kingman, AZ) without stopping for anything more than gas.

the longest highway I've clinched without stopping, for gas, food, weakness, death, or any other failures of the system, is I-30.  My car held 367 miles of gas, and so did I. 

I've done the 307 miles of I-5 in Oregon many a time without stop ... because who wants to stop for socialism and the deprivation of the right to pump one's own gas?
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: rickmastfan67 on June 30, 2009, 08:26:21 AM
You can see all of mine here: http://cmap.m-plex.com/user/rickmastfan67/ (http://cmap.m-plex.com/user/rickmastfan67/)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Bickendan on June 30, 2009, 11:30:21 AM

I've done the 307 miles of I-5 in Oregon many a time without stop ... because who wants to stop for socialism and the deprivation of the right to pump one's own gas?
lol, the socialism here is a joke. And so is the right to pump our own gas.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: andytom on June 30, 2009, 05:17:45 PM

I've done the 307 miles of I-5 in Oregon many a time without stop ... because who wants to stop for socialism and the deprivation of the right to pump one's own gas?

Even though OR's gas is, on average, usually cheaper than either CA's or WA's?


--Andy

Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: agentsteel53 on June 30, 2009, 07:40:13 PM
I've always wondered how they pull that off... someone's gotta be paying for the full service.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: andytom on July 01, 2009, 11:31:30 AM
I've always wondered how they pull that off... someone's gotta be paying for the full service.

Because it's not full service.  They are just pumping the gas.  It's rare that they clean the windshield much less check the oil.

--Andy

Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: agentsteel53 on July 01, 2009, 12:28:29 PM
okay, half-service then.  Anything more than a machine to read your card, and you to do all the work.  Someone has to be paying for the difference in service level.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Mr. Matté on July 01, 2009, 01:33:15 PM
It's probably the lower gas taxes.  Oregon's is $.434/gal, while Washington's is $.559 and California's is $.583.

It's the same situation in Jersey, we have $.329/gal while New York and Pennsylvania have significantly higher ones.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: agentsteel53 on July 01, 2009, 01:34:35 PM
the drones must be getting paid out of the general coffers, then!
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: mightyace on July 01, 2009, 03:02:06 PM
It's the same situation in Jersey, we have $.329/gal while New York and Pennsylvania have significantly higher ones.

It's probably lower because of the higher percentage of toll roads, bridges, tunnels, etc. in the state!  :wow:
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: leifvanderwall on July 01, 2009, 09:55:27 PM
These are highways I have clinched:

Michigan:M-51, M-40, US 12, I-69,i-75,i-94,I-96,I-696, US 31, US 127,US 45, M-28,M-22, M-38,M-26,M-14,M-63, M-77,M-17, M-104, M-69
Florida: SR 50, SR 19, SR 528, SR 61, US 319, SR 436,I-4
Other States: I-24, I-294-Chicago , US 2 in Wisconsin, I-17 in Arizona, I-44 in Missouri
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: andytom on July 02, 2009, 05:22:21 PM
okay, half-service then.  Anything more than a machine to read your card, and you to do all the work.  Someone has to be paying for the difference in service level.

How many people work a standard convenience store/station at any given time in CA or WA on average?

--Andy
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Darkchylde on July 02, 2009, 08:22:47 PM
Louisiana: I-10, I-12, I-20, I-49, I-55, I-59, I-110, I-210, I-310, I-510, I-610, I-910, US 11, Business US 51, Business US 90 (Westbank/NO), Business US 190 (Covington), Business US 190 (Slidell), LA 21, LA 25, LA 36, LA 41, LA 59, LA 433, LA 434, LA 435, Spur LA 435, Spur LA 437, LA 1077, LA 1078, LA 1081, LA 1082, LA 1083, LA 1084, LA 1085, LA 1087, LA 1088, LA 1089, LA 1090, LA 1091, LA 1093-1, LA 1093-3, LA 3021, LA 3046, LA 3081, LA 3139, LA 3152, LA 3188, LA 3228

Mississippi: I-10, I-110, (Former) US 65, US 425, MS 604, MS 607 (both segments)

Alabama: I-10, I-85

Florida: I-110

Georgia: I-85

South Carolina: BL 85, I-585

Texas: I-610, I-45, I-345

Oklahoma: US 287

Colorado: BL 25 (Walsenburg), (Former) CO 29

Utah: I-80

Nevada: I-515

New Mexico: I-40
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: SSOWorld on July 03, 2009, 02:07:55 AM
Here are the Interstates and US routes I clinched

http://cmap.m-plex.com/user/master_son/ (http://cmap.m-plex.com/user/master_son/)

NOTE: the I-376 extension screwed up my results in Pittsburgh :pan: (I have all of the current Interstates there clinched - just haven't gotten around to fixing that yet.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: mightyace on July 03, 2009, 01:34:49 PM
NOTE: the I-376 extension screwed up my results in Pittsburgh :pan: (I have all of the current Interstates there clinched - just haven't gotten around to fixing that yet.

It's screwed up a lot of ours, mine included.  X-(
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: bugo on July 03, 2009, 02:50:38 PM
Nebraska Link 6A:
http://nbratney.tripod.com/040602/index.htm (http://nbratney.tripod.com/040602/index.htm)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: thenetwork on July 03, 2009, 05:17:53 PM
I've always wondered how they pull that off... someone's gotta be paying for the full service.

What OR & NJ lacks in gas tax income, they probably make up in income taxes from those hired just to pump the gas!
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Hot Rod Hootenanny on July 07, 2009, 03:09:34 AM
I've always wondered how they pull that off... someone's gotta be paying for the full service.

Yeah, California.  :poke: :D
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: 74/171FAN on July 07, 2009, 09:58:27 AM
VA: I-95, VA 195, I-295, I-395, I-495, VA 895, I-85, VA 31, VA 36, VA 73, VA 144, VA 146, VA 153, VA 226, VA 288, US 460 Business(Petersburg)
NC: I-95, I-795, I-85, I-85 Business(Greensboro), I-140, NC 168
SC: I-95, I-85, I-20, SC 65
GA: I-95
FL: FL 869, I-395
DC: DC 295, I-295
MD: I-95, I-295, I-83, I-97, MD 70
DE: I-295, I-495
PA: I-95(until the I-276 interchange is complete), I-195(fut)
NJ: I-95/NJTP, NJ 208

Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: BigMattFromTexas on August 04, 2009, 02:51:34 PM
Interstate 35W (Tx)
Interstate 35E (Tx)
Interstate 37
Interstate 27
Interstate 29
Almost Interstate 35
Texas 21
F.M 2288
Loop 306
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Chris on August 04, 2009, 03:02:49 PM
Europe for me (excluding the Netherlands, otherwise it'd become messy). Most of this has been driven in the past 5 years by me.
(http://i25.tinypic.com/104j7yr.jpg)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: xonhulu on August 04, 2009, 03:42:06 PM
cialism here is a joke. And so is the right to pump our own gas.

Yup.  Besides, much of I-5 passes through Hicksville.

To me, the worst part of no self-serve is that it take you about 3 times as long to get through the station vs. self-serve pay-at-the-pump.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: myosh_tino on August 04, 2009, 04:25:35 PM
Highways I have clinched...

California: I-5, I-10, I-15, I-80, I-205, I-210, I-215, I-238, I-280, I-380, I-405, I-505, I-580, I-680, I-780, I-880, I-980, US 50, US 101, BL-80, CA-1, CA-4, CA-9, CA-12, CA-13, CA-17, CA-24, CA-35, CA-41, CA-46, CA-58, CA-60, CA-68, CA-82, CA-84, CA-85, CA-87, CA-88, CA-89, CA-91, CA-92, CA-99, CA-108, CA-120, CA-130, CA-132, CA-152, CA-156, CA-160, CA-168, CA-180, CA-237, CA-242, CA-262, CA-267

Nevada: I-80, I-15, I-215, I-515, US 50, US 93, US 95, US 395, NV-146, NV-341, NV-431, NV-582

Oregon: I-5, I-82, I-84, I-205, US 26, US 30, US 730, OR-18, OR-22, OR-99

Washington: I-5, I-82, I-90, I-182, I-405, US 12, US 395, WA-17, WA-18, WA-164, WA-167, WA-520, WA-900
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: froggie on August 07, 2009, 04:24:27 PM
My as-yet-incomplete list (and also another plug for Clinched Highway Mapping):  http://cmap.m-plex.com/user/froggie/ (http://cmap.m-plex.com/user/froggie/)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Scott5114 on August 07, 2009, 06:25:41 PM
Interstates: I-27, I-44, and various 3dis
U.S. Routes: US 266 and US 177

State Highways: too many to list
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: jdb1234 on August 07, 2009, 07:05:57 PM
AL: I-22, I-65, I-359, I-459, I-565
GA: I-59, I-985
MS: I-22
TN: I-65, I-81, I-275, I-440
KY: I-24, Bluegrass Pkwy
IL: I-24
Title: Interstates you've clinched per state
Post by: golden eagle on September 21, 2009, 10:12:07 PM
This is a follow-up, if you will, of my topic of interstates you've clinched in your own state. Here's all the interstates I've clinched in each state:

Mississippi: all interstates
Alabama: I-10, I-20, I-65, I-85, I-359
Georgia: I-20, I-285, I-520, I-985
Louisiana: I-12, I-55, I-59, I-610 
Tennessee: I-55, I-65, I-240
Kentucky: I-65, I-71
Ohio: I-75
Indiana: I-70, I-94
Illinois: I-55, I-57, I-72, I-94
Missouri: I-55, I-57, I-255
California: I-805
Title: Re: Interstates you've clinched per state
Post by: Alex on September 21, 2009, 10:17:12 PM
This has been covered in the broader Highways You Have Clinched (https://www.aaroads.com/forum/index.php?topic=1224.0) topic.
Title: Re: Interstates you've clinched per state
Post by: golden eagle on September 21, 2009, 10:19:15 PM
I didn't realize that it existed. Can you move this to the other thread?
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: deathtopumpkins on September 21, 2009, 10:30:30 PM
Done.  :cool:
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: OracleUsr on September 22, 2009, 01:37:06 AM
Okay:  Entire Interstates:

I-85
I-4
I-81
I-84 Eastern Leg
I-275 (FL)
I-440 (NC)
I-285 (GA)
I-481 (NY)
I-476 (PA)
I-278 (NY)
I-195 (RI/MA)
I-295 (NJ)
I-395 (VA/DC)
I-295 (ME)
I-395 (ME)
I-640 (TN)
I-240 (NC)
I-526 (SC)
I-516 (GA)
US 264
I-26 (Old alignment...just to I-40)
I-275 (TN)
I-175 (FL)
I-375 (FL)
I-684 (NY)

By state:
I-40 (NC)
I-95 (GA/FL/VA/MD/DE/NJ/NY/NH)
I-26 (NC/SC)
I-77 (NC/SC/VA)
I-64 (MO...yeah, I know, but it still counts/KY)
I-10 (MS/LA)
I-15 (CA)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Mike_OH on October 07, 2009, 08:25:27 PM
INTERSTATES:
OHIO: I-71, I-74, I-275 (including IN and KY stretches), I-675, I-471 (including KY stretch)
KENTUCKY: I-75
TENNESSEE: I-75, I-640, I-275
NORTH CAROLINA: I-26, Asheville Bypass Hwy (can't remember the #)
GEORGIA: I-75
FLORIDA: I-275
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: OracleUsr on October 08, 2009, 07:32:56 PM
Asheville Bypass?  That's probably I-240...though really I-40 is the bypass.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: JMoses24 on April 15, 2013, 09:56:22 AM
Like several other folks, these are just the interstates I know and remember that I have clinched.

KY: I-75, I-71, I-275, I-471
WV: I-64
VA: I-64
OH: I-70, I-275, I-471
PA: I-95*, I-90
DE: I-95
GA: I-75, I-16, I-95, I-475
TN: I-75, I-640, I-275
IN: I-64
IL: I-70, I-64

*In its current state, I will have to make another trip to clinch it when the new routing is complete.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: 1995hoo on April 15, 2013, 11:49:44 AM
This is what I can think of thumbing through the atlas on which I highlight these things. I don't count "clinches" when I was one year old riding with my parents when we moved from Texas to Virginia because I have no memory of it.

Virginia: I-264 (clinched part of it before it became an Interstate, but I count it anyway), I-664, I-66, I-81, I-581, I-85, I-95, I-395, I-495, US-29, US-50, US-211, VA-7, VA-9, VA-20, VA-28, VA-110, VA-193, VA-195, VA-234, VA-235, VA-236, VA-237, VA-267, VA-286, VA-289, VA-294 (before the number was changed, however), VA-309, VA-400, VA-401, unsigned VA-420, VA-895, Dulles Access Road, George Washington Memorial Parkway, Colonial Parkway; all sorts of secondary routes I won't even attempt to catalog; possibly VA-302 (VDOT-maintained roads on the UVA Grounds, but I don't know for sure which roads those are); I'm sure there are plenty of other primary routes I'm forgetting

District of Columbia: I won't even try to inventory the various streets. I-95, I-295, I-395, I-695, DC-295, the Whitehurst Freeway, Rock Creek Parkway, and I don't feel like taking the time to plot out the routes of the various US routes to figure out which of those I've clinched.

Maryland: I-68, I-70, former I-170, I-270, I-370, I-81, I-95, I-295, I-395, I-495, unsigned I-595, I-695, I-895, US-15, US-29, US-219, US-220, US-301, US-340, MD-3, MD-4, MD-5, MD-210, MD-200, MD-228, MD-295 (and the Baltimore–Washington Parkway to the extent they might not have overlapped at any given time), possibly some others whose numbers I don't know (particularly as to the Eastern Shore since I don't go over there all that often)

North Carolina: I-77, I-277, I-85, I-95, I-240, I-440, Green I-40 (Winston-Salem), NC-168; I had NC-147 clinched when I was attending Duke but the clinch was lost due to the recent extension. Might be some other numbered routes in the Raleigh–Durham–Chapel Hill area that I don't remember.

South Carolina: I-20, Green I-20, I-77, I-85 (both old and new routings in Spartanburg), I-95

Georgia: I-85, I-95

Florida: I-4, I-110, I-295, I-395, FL-417, FL-528, US-29

Alabama: I-10, I-85; don't remember the numbers for the state routes around Montgomery to know whether I clinched anything during the summer I lived there.

Mississippi: I-10, I-110

Tennessee: I-81

West Virginia: I-68, I-81, US-340, US-522, WV-9 (old alignment east of Charles Town, so I guess I have to re-clinch), WV-32, WV-93

Delaware: I-95, I-295, I-495, US-301, I think DE-404

Pennsylvania: I-76, I-176, I-276, I-78 (new alignment), I-81, I-83, I-95, US-15, PA-33, PA-283

New Jersey: I-76, I-676, I-278, I-95, I-195, I-295, Garden State Parkway, Atlantic City Expressway, Palisades Parkway; I guess I can't list the Turnpike because I've never clinched the Newark Bay Extension.

New York: I-278, unsigned I-478, I-678, I-81, I-190, I-95, I-695, US-15, NY-440, NY-878, Belt Parkway (I count the Cross Island Parkway as part of the Belt Parkway), Hutchinson River Parkway, Palisades Parkway, Garden State Parkway extension

Connecticut: I-84 (including after the I-86 era ended), I-86 when it was signed, I-95, Merritt Parkway, Wilbur Cross Parkway

Massachusetts: I-84, I-86 when it was signed; I-290; don't know the state route numbers well enough to be sure of anything else

New Hampshire: I-95

Maine: I-295 (clinched when it was numbered I-95), old I-495, new I-495 (clinched when it was numbered I-95), I think US-302, ME-3, ME-102, ME-189

Hawaii: HI-51, HI-58, HI-56, HI-520, HI-530, HI-550, HI-552, HI-560

Ontario: ON-137, ON-144, ON-400, ON-416, QEW, Don Valley Parkway, Gardiner Expressway

Quebec: Autoroute 5, Autoroute 15, Route 170, Route 323; not sure about route numbering to know for sure about any others, plus my most extensive travel through the province was almost 30 years ago (more recent trips have been ski trips and so were more limited)

New Brunswick: NB-114, NB-172, NB-772; lost a couple of clinches due to road extensions and realignments (I had NB-16 clinched in the days of the PEI ferry, but have not been back there since 1989)

Prince Edward Island: PEI-19, PEI-19A; don't know the route numbering/street names in Charlottetown to be sure of anything else (my sole trip to PEI was for the 1989 Canadian Boy Scout Jamboree and my focus wasn't on the roads)

Nova Scotia: NS-105, NS-106, NS-118, Trunk 6, Trunk 22, Route 333, the Cabot Trail, the Ceilidh Trail


States/provinces visited but with no clinches: Vermont, Louisiana, Texas, Ohio, Michigan, Illinois, Minnesota, Colorado, Wyoming, Idaho, Alaska, British Columbia, Newfoundland; I don't count Arkansas for the reason mentioned at the beginning of this post and I don't count Utah because I was only in the state for about 20 minutes changing planes in Salt Lake City.

(edited because I forgot about West Virginia)

Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: ftballfan on April 15, 2013, 08:00:03 PM
Michigan: I-194, I-196, I-296, I-496, I-675, US-10, US-31, M-6, M-11, M-45, M-104, (former) M-110, M-113, M-115, M-116, M-121, M-137, (former) M-168, M-185, BL I-94 (Kalamazoo), BL I-196 (Holland), BS I-196 (Grand Rapids), BUS US-10 (Reed City, Clare, and Midland), BUS US-31 (Ludington, Pentwater, Hart, Whitehall/Montague, Muskegon), BUS US-127 (Clare, Mt. Pleasant, Alma, St. Johns), BUS US-131 (Cadillac, Big Rapids, Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo)

Kentucky: I-65

Indiana: I-465 (I had I-69 clinched prior to the section opening near Evansville)

Georgia: I-24, I-475
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: oscar on April 15, 2013, 08:57:32 PM
Just a renewed plug, since it was last brought up four years ago, for the Clinched Highway Mapping site where you can slice and dice this stuff every which way, as well as compile your own list.

For example, here's a list of users, ranked by number of CHM-mapped highways clinched (http://cmap.m-plex.com/stat/traveler.php?du=mi&sort=cd#t) (includes all Interstate, U.S., and TCH routes as well as many state/provincial routes in North America, plus a lot of highways in Europe and elsewhere). 
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: KEVIN_224 on April 15, 2013, 09:11:05 PM
Assuming the list is meant for interstates first:

I-84 from Dunmore, PA to Sturbridge, MA
I-384 from East Hartford to Bolton, CT
I-290 from Auburn to Marlborough, MA
I-291 from Windsor to Manchester, CT
I-291 from Springfield to Chicopee, MA
I-293 from Manchester, NH to Hooksett, NH
I-295 from Scarborough to West Gardiner, ME
I-691 from Meriden to Cheshire, CT

If going by state only, then include:

All of I-91 in CT and MA
All of I-93 in MA
All of I-95 in NH, RI, CT, NY and NJ (?)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: webfil on April 16, 2013, 12:03:38 AM
Canada :
25,5 % of the Trans-Canada Highway System

Québec :
Autoroutes : Every inch of autoroute, except for some 2012-2013 openings (8 km of A-20, 32 km of A-30 and 16 km of A-73).
Primary highways : 104, 125, 131, 97% of R-132 (worth mentionning, as it is over 1,000 mi. in lenght ; the longest of the province), 134, 136, 155, 158, 165, 171, 173, 175, 185, 197
Secondary highways, south shore : 211, 215, 229, 237
Secondary highways, north shore : 321 (south), 327, 333, 339, 343, 350, 354, 360, 365, 368, 369, 371

Ontario :
400-series : 400, 417
King's Highways : 60, 115
Secondary Highways : 559
County Routes : Muskoka 3, Ottawa-Carleton 42, 48, 79, 95, 99, 174, Prescott & Russel 17,

New Brunswick :
Primary highways : 2, 11, 15, 17

United States :
Interstates : I-4, I-89, I-105 (CA), I-270 (MD), I-293 (NH)
Massachussets : 128, 140
Vermont : 139
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: oscar on April 16, 2013, 12:14:53 AM
Québec :
Autoroutes : Every inch of autoroute, except for some 2012-2013 openings (8 km of A-20, 32 km of A-30 and 8 km of A-73).

What opened/is about to open on A-73?  I know I haven't caught up with the A-20 eastern extension (maybe this summer), but wasn't aware of any A-73 changes.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: jp the roadgeek on April 16, 2013, 12:30:59 AM
Entire Interstates: 97, 384, 684, 290 (MA), 291 (CT + MA), 391, 691, 293, 195 (ME), 295 (MA/RI + NJ), 395 (CT/MA), 495 (MA, NY, + DE), 695 (NY + MD), 895 (MD)

Entire US Route: 222

CT Routes: 2, 3, 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 15, 17, 22, 25, 34, 35, 40, 42, 55, 63, 64, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 71A, 72, 73, 75, 77, 78, 81, 82, 94, 99, 109, 110, 111, 114, 115, 118, 120, 121, 122, 125, 128, 131, 139, 147, 150, 152, 153, 154, 155, 157, 159, 166, 167, 168, 172, 173, 174, 175, 176, 177, 178, 179, 183, 187, 188, 190, 191, 218, 220, 229, 243, 254, 302, 305, 322, 364, 372

MA:  21, 75, 102, 131, 141, 159, 187, 189
RI: 78, 101
VT: 11, 149
NH: 11
ME: 111
NY: 35, 59, 312
PA: 41, 741, 896, 897
DE: 2, 141
MD: 22, 43, 222, 273, 896

Interstates by State:

CT: 84, 91, 95, 291, 384, 395, 684, 691
MA: 84, 291, 295, 391, 395, 495
RI: 95, 295
ME: 195
NY: 84, 95, 287, 495, 684
NJ: 76, 278, 295,
PA: 95
DE: 95, 295, 495 (hey, I've clinched all of Delaware :sombrero:)
MD: 81, 83, 97, 695
WV: 81
LA: 610
MS: 110

US Routes by state:

CT: 1, 5, 6, 7, 202,
MA: 5
NH: 1
NJ: 40
DE: 40
PA: 202, 222
MD: 15, 222, 340
WV: 11
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: agentsteel53 on April 16, 2013, 01:16:34 PM
holy necropost, Batman.

I have clinched a lot of roads.  Sweden route 404 comes to mind.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: CNGL-Leudimin on April 16, 2013, 04:49:57 PM
Heck, I have clinched lots of highways, but with the crazy numbering we have is impossible to remember what I have clinched. But among others, I have clinched N-135 :D, Z-40 around Zaragoza, and the southern E31 (Which is actually E33) in Italy. And I have almost clinched the official E07, I have missing the last few miles at the Northern terminus near Pau, France.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Captain Jack on April 17, 2013, 12:56:28 AM
Complete Interstates:

I-4
I-12
I-24
I-26
I-30
I-57
I-64
I-65
I-74

I also had I-49 when it was completely in Louisiana. Have been on the new section from Joplin south, but not north.

Bucket List
US 41 from end to end on one trip south.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: pianocello on April 17, 2013, 04:05:54 PM
Interstates I've completely clinched: 24, 88 IL, 280 IL/IA, 294 IL, 155 IL, 474 IL, unsigned 296 MI, and I've clinched all but about a mile of 235 IA, 380 IA, and 196 MI.
Title: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: formulanone on April 17, 2013, 04:53:30 PM
Mainlines: I-4, I-12, I-16, I-22, I-24, I-59, I-65, I-68, I-71, I-73, I-76 (West), I-78, I-79, I-88 (East), I-96, I-97, I-99 (its length as of 2013),

I drove on all of what is presently I-2 and I-14 before they were signed.

Multi-state Auxiliaries: I-155 (TN/MO), I-205 (OR/WA), I-269 (TN/MS), I-275 (KY/IN/OH), I-280 (IA/IL), I-470 (PA/WV), I-676 (PA/NJ), I-471 (KY/OH), I-435 (KS/MO)

US Routes: 6N, 43, 72, 92, 130, 192, 431, 641

Alabama: (all) 10, 20, 85, 165, 359, 565, 459, 759, 165, 359
Arkansas: 440, 530, 630
California: 105, 110, 210, 305, 505, 605, 805*, 880, 980
Colorado: 225
Connecticut: 91, 95, 291, 384, 691
Florida: (all) 10, 75, 110, 175, 275, 375, 95, 195, 295, 395, 595
Georgia: 75, 85, 95, 475, 185, 285, 575, 675
Illinois: 155, 290, 294, 355, 190, 94
Indiana: 469, 465, 865, 90, 94
Iowa: 235, 380
Kentucky: 75, 165, 264, 265
Louisiana: 10, 55, 59, 110, 310, 510, 610, 910
Massachusetts: 91, 93, 95, 195
Maine: 295, 395
Maryland: 270, 370, 695, 70, 595
Michigan: 275, 375, 696
Minnesota: I-35W
Mississippi: (all) 10, 20, 22, 55, 59, 69 (WIP), 110, 220, 269
Missouri: 170, 229
New Hampshire: 95, 293, 393
New Jersey: 78, 80, 95, 195, 295
New York: 88, 190*, 290, 684, 690, 787, 790, 890
North Carolina: 74 (WIP), 95, 277, 440, 485, 40
Ohio: 270, 271, 277, 480
Oklahoma: 235
Oregon: 5
Pennsylvania: 95, 190, 276, 283, 376, 380, 676
Rhode Island: (all) 195, 95, 295
South Carolina: 85, 95
South Dakota: 190
Tennessee: (all) 26, 40, 75, 81, 155, 240, 275, 440, 640, 840
Texas: 35W, 37, 345, 410, 610, 635, 820
Vermont: 189
Wisconsin: 794, 894
Washington: 182, 405, 705
West Virginia: 64, 68, 77, 79
Wyoming: 180

* left at last exit before US border checkpoint

I probably missed a few...here's what I have on Travel Mapping. (https://travelmapping.net/shields/clinched.php?units=miles&u=formulanone)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Duke87 on April 17, 2013, 10:15:56 PM
Hmm, I've come a bit of a ways since my post on the first page of this thread 3 1/2 years ago...

CHM page (http://cmap.m-plex.com/stat/travsummary.php?u=duke87)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: kurumi on April 18, 2013, 12:01:49 AM
I've been to 44 states, but really haven't clinched much at all. Here are the interstates (full length only):
17, 19, 84 (E)
129, 189, 195 (MA-RI)
205 (CA), 215 (NV), 225, 280 (CA), 290 (MA), 291 (CT)
380 (CA), 384, 391, 393, 395 (CT-MA), 395 (ME)
440 (TN), 475 (GA)
505 (CA), 515, 565, 580 (CA)
678, 680 (CA), 680 (NE-IA), 691
780 (CA)
880 (CA)
980 (CA)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: A.J. Bertin on April 18, 2013, 02:11:15 PM
I have visited 36 states plus D.C. I've driven lots of highways (especially the Interstates), but there aren't many Interstates I can say I've clinched. However, I have driven entire stretches of Interstates within individual states... all of I-75, I-94, I-69, I-96, I-696, I-275, etc. in Michigan; all of I-40 in New Mexico and Texas; all of I-64 in Kentucky; all of I-65 in Kentucky and Indiana; all of I-75 in Ohio; all of I-75 in Kentucky; all of I-76 in Ohio; all of I-80 in Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, and Wyoming; and so on.

These are the Interstates I've clinched in their entirety:
I-17
I-69 (before it was extended south of Indianapolis)
I-88 (E)
I-96
Plus many 3di's.

As far as U.S. highways are concerned, I have hardly clinched any of those. The only one I can think of that I've clinched (in its entirety) is U.S. 131. Other than 131, I don't think I have clinched sections of any U.S. highway in any given state.

I do have most of Michigan's state highway system clinched. For other states' highway systems, I'm not even close.

In case anyone is curious, here is a link to my Clinched Highway Mapping file:
http://cmap.m-plex.com/stat/travsummary.php?u=new_friends_gr
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Takumi on April 18, 2013, 10:56:33 PM
All state routes unless denoted otherwise. It's much less impressive than it looks.
VA: 4, 5, 10, 13, 31, 33Y, 36, 38, 40 Business, 44 (passenger when it was last active) 45, US 58 Business (Suffolk & South Hill versions) 73, 76, I-85, I-95 (passenger), 106, 109, 125, 132, 132Y, 135, 136, 139, 142, 143, 144, 145, 146, 147, 150, 153, 155, 156, 157, 161, 162, 164, 168 Business (maybe only as a passenger), 189, 191, 195, I-195, 197, 226, 227, 249, I-264 (passenger), 272, 273, 288, 296, 298, 300, 300Y, US 301 ALT, 307, 310, 313, 319, 321, 322, 324, 327, 339, 345, 353, 356, 357, 359, US 360 Business (Amelia), 366 (the real one), 378, 380, 386, I-395 (passenger), 403, 405, 409, US 460 Business (Petersburg & Suffolk versions) I-564, I-664, 895, 90003.
NC: 6 (passenger when it was last active), 168, I-277 (passenger), 615.
DC: 295, I-695 (both as a passenger)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: JMoses24 on April 22, 2013, 11:45:44 AM
holy necropost, Batman.

I have clinched a lot of roads.  Sweden route 404 comes to mind.

Sorry about that -- didn't want to start a new thread, so did a search instead.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: 1995hoo on April 23, 2013, 12:49:59 PM
I've been working on a list for that Clinched Highway Mapping site and I must say it's very interesting to do because it makes you realize roads you've clinched that you might not have thought of otherwise (in my case usually because I don't know the route number in another state off the top of my head) or roads you thought you've clinched but actually haven't (in my case this has been when I was mistaken on the endpoints).

Huge undertaking I'm plugging away on in my spare time. I'm actually kind of glad they don't have all the Virginia state routes in their database because if they did, I'd never finish!
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: dfilpus on April 23, 2013, 04:07:49 PM
I've been working on a list for that Clinched Highway Mapping site and I must say it's very interesting to do because it makes you realize roads you've clinched that you might not have thought of otherwise (in my case usually because I don't know the route number in another state off the top of my head) or roads you thought you've clinched but actually haven't (in my case this has been when I was mistaken on the endpoints).

Huge undertaking I'm plugging away on in my spare time. I'm actually kind of glad they don't have all the Virginia state routes in their database because if they did, I'd never finish!
Beware, Virginia State Highways are in development.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Sonic99 on April 24, 2013, 11:00:48 PM
Interstates in their entirety:
I-17 (it's an easy one)
ALMOST all of I-40 (Beginning in Barstow all the way to the I-81 split near the NC border, planning on completing it sometime next year)
I-66 (another rather easy one, but for someone from Arizona, it was a bit of a journey!)

Interstates within a specific state:
I-40 in CA, AZ, NM, TX, OK, AR
I-64 in WV, KY, IN, IL
I-44 in MO

Arizona State Highways:
AZ 51, 101, 202, 303, 143, 153 (defunct) (driven every mile of the Phoenix metro freeway system)
AZ 48, 64, 69, 74, 79, 89, 89A, 96, 97, 177, 179, 187, 210, 260, 287, 377, 387, 587, 989

Once the Clinched Highway Mapping site is back up, I will be sure to upload my data to it, and find other roads I may have missed this time around!
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: corco on April 24, 2013, 11:18:14 PM
Quote
AZ 48

How the fuck did you do that
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Sonic99 on April 24, 2013, 11:26:24 PM
Quote
AZ 48

How the fuck did you do that

It's on a technicality. The freeway built around Prescott Valley is apparently "technically" AZ 48, but there are no markings as such. I got the info from a site that has a ton of info on Arizona highways, but hasn't been updated in about 5 years. ADOT may or may not still refer to the freeway as AZ 48, I am not sure. The same goes for AZ 989, it is a legal definition of the highway and not actually marked that way.
http://arizonaroads.com/arizona/az48.html (http://arizonaroads.com/arizona/az48.html)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: corco on April 25, 2013, 12:29:57 AM
48 is a proposed highway that hasn't been officially designated as such- that road is technically and legally and maintained as a county road. I'm not even sure that ADOT is actively working on planning it as 48 anymore- what used to be the "SR 48" project is the "Fain Road Connector" portion of this that is partially SR 89A Spur and partially just county maintained Fain Rd.
http://www.azdot.gov/highways/projects/I17_FainRd/index.asp

989 (I used to live right by it) was decommissioned in 2007 or so when Pima County decided not to move forward with improving Tangerine Rd. I was doing contract work for ADOT just five months ago, so I've got fairly up to date information.

Here's your most recent state route log book- http://www.azdot.gov/mpd/data/Reports/PDF/2011MSBooklet.pdf. You'll note if you go back to the 07 Route Log (http://www.azdot.gov/mpd/data/reports/PDF/2007SHSLog.pdf), 989 is listed.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Sonic99 on April 25, 2013, 02:22:00 AM
48 is a proposed highway that hasn't been officially designated as such- that road is technically and legally and maintained as a county road. I'm not even sure that ADOT is actively working on planning it as 48 anymore- what used to be the "SR 48" project is the "Fain Road Connector" portion of this that is partially SR 89A Spur and partially just county maintained Fain Rd.
http://www.azdot.gov/highways/projects/I17_FainRd/index.asp

989 (I used to live right by it) was decommissioned in 2007 or so when Pima County decided not to move forward with improving Tangerine Rd. I was doing contract work for ADOT just five months ago, so I've got fairly up to date information.

Here's your most recent state route log book- http://www.azdot.gov/mpd/data/Reports/PDF/2011MSBooklet.pdf. You'll note if you go back to the 07 Route Log (http://www.azdot.gov/mpd/data/reports/PDF/2007SHSLog.pdf), 989 is listed.

Thanks for the info, appreciate it! I've been curious as to what was up with the 48/Fain Rd project, as it was just upgraded to full highway standard and makes for a very nice bypass around Prescott/Prescott Valley when I'm going to/from Phoenix and Williams where I live.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: agentsteel53 on April 25, 2013, 12:13:14 PM
Quote
AZ 48

How the fuck did you do that

same way that I've got I-22 clinched.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: geoffNOLA on April 27, 2013, 10:02:31 PM
Maryland
I-195
MD-295
DC :-D
I-695.295.395
DC-295
Alabama
I-10
AL-182
Florida
I-110
US-331
Mississippi
US-90
I-10,110,55,220
MS-604
Louisiana
I-10.110.210.310.510.610.55.12.59
US-61.90 Bus (I-910)
LA-24.20.45.3127.642.3213.3040.3087.3073.339.329.13.43.631.3235.3188.3060.52.541.3139.3019.3046.3152.3021.3017.3134.3018.560.466.1253.3137.314.353.94.3025.3184
Texas
I-610
TX-261.330.1.627
Tennessee
I-55
Virginia
VA-110.400.241
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Takumi on April 27, 2013, 10:20:59 PM
This week's additions: VA 307, 168, 184, 182, & 183 in that order. 183 is very fun to drive.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Sanctimoniously on April 27, 2013, 11:09:44 PM
183 is very fun to drive.

Next time we drive this road, we need a E39 BMW M5. #hoonage
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Alps on April 27, 2013, 11:28:08 PM
Updated to current: www.alpsroads.net/roads/clinched.html
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: leroys73 on April 30, 2013, 12:35:07 AM
I-75, I-35, I-30, OK 7, US 277
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: webfil on April 30, 2013, 06:39:30 PM
Québec :
Autoroutes : Every inch of autoroute, except for some 2012-2013 openings (8 km of A-20, 32 km of A-30 and 8 km of A-73).

What opened/is about to open on A-73?  I know I haven't caught up with the A-20 eastern extension (maybe this summer), but wasn't aware of any A-73 changes.

Those 16 kilometres (http://goo.gl/maps/3RI3q) (rather than 8 ― km 167 to 183, my mistake) completed the new Québec-Saguenay 4-lane route, opened a couple of months ago. The northward extension of A-73 is connecting the previous nothern terminus (interchange with R-371) to the 4-lane section of R-175 at the entrance of Laurentides Wildlife Reserve, bypassing its old alignment.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: leroys73 on October 01, 2013, 04:15:13 PM
I-75, I-35, I-30, OK 7, US 277

Just wanted to add US 77, US 377, US 83, US 281, and I-29. Just finished them this year. Most of the miles on these highways were on a motorcycle. I hope that is OK.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: 1 on October 01, 2013, 04:26:03 PM
For me, it isn't much:

I-88 in New York, in one sitting (100 miles)

NY 96B, in one sitting (10 miles)

GA 120

MA 125 (20 miles), although absolutely none in New Hampshire across the border

MA 129A, in one sitting (4 miles)

MA 213, in one sitting (4 miles)

I-290 in Massachusetts, in one sitting (20 miles)

I-291 in Massachusetts, in one sitting (5 miles)

GA 316

____

Almost MA 114, just need the easternmost ~2 miles
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Thing 342 on October 01, 2013, 04:59:38 PM
Been to most of the states (44/50) but haven't really clinched much outside my home state of Virginia.

VA: I-64, 264, 464*, 564*, 664*, 66, 581*, 85*, 785* (already driven entire planned route), 95, 195*, 295, 395*, 495, US-13, 17, 33*, 60, 211*, 219, 360, VA 2, 3, 5*, 6*, 20, 32*, 73, 76*, 105*, 134*, 143, 146*, 150*, 152*, 162*, 163, 164*, 168, 169*, 171*, 172*, 173, 175*, 195*, 199, 204*, 207*, 234, 278*, 286, 288, 289, 306*, 312*, 321*, 351, 399*, 415, 785*, 895*

*Clinched in one sitting
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: 1 on October 01, 2013, 05:14:01 PM
Been to most of the states (44/50) but haven't really clinched much outside my home state of Virginia.

VA: I-64, 264, 464*, 564*, 664*, 66, 581*, 85*, 785* (already driven entire planned route), 95, 195*, 295, 395*, 495, US-13, 17, 33*, 60, 211*, 219, 360, VA 2, 3, 5*, 6*, 20, 32*, 73, 76*, 105*, 134*, 143, 146*, 150*, 152*, 162*, 163, 164*, 168, 169*, 171*, 172*, 173, 175*, 195*, 199, 204*, 207*, 234, 278*, 286, 288, 289, 306*, 312*, 321*, 351, 399*, 415, 785*, 895*

What do the asterisks mean?
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: hbelkins on October 01, 2013, 10:50:17 PM

What do the asterisks mean?

My guess is, clinched in one sitting. Am I right?
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: The High Plains Traveler on October 01, 2013, 11:17:39 PM
This sounds sad for a guy who's driven since 1966, but:

U.S. 56
U.S. 350
U.S. 491
I-H2
I-8
I-12
I-76 (west)
I-17
I-19
I-25
I-27
I-37
I-45

Now, I could list long continuous stretches (>1000 miles) of interstate and U.S. routes that I've clinched, but not entire routes other than what I've listed above. And I wouldn't presume to list every state route I've clinched, nor each 3dI or suffixed interstate.

If all goes as planned, I may be able to claim all of I-2 that currently exists later this fall.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Sanctimoniously on October 01, 2013, 11:21:41 PM
On my trip back from North Carolina, I finished off I-459 with the portion between I-59 and I-20. To finish I-59, I just need the Birmingham section and from Meridian to New Orleans. I'll get right on it...
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Zeffy on October 02, 2013, 02:28:21 PM
Ugh, I haven't clinched really anything outside of the Garden State...and even then, it's still pretty bad. :/

US 206, NJ 18, NJ 27, NJ 28, NJ 29, NJ 31, NJ 33, NJ 171, NJ 179, I-287, NJ 440, PA 32, PA 179, NJ 444 (GSP :P)

Traveled but not fully clinched: US 202, US 1, US 9, US 130, US 30, I-95 (NJTP / Trenton), I-78, I-278

Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: PHLBOS on October 02, 2013, 03:01:49 PM
Almost MA 114, just need the easternmost ~2 miles
Assuming your age listing is true & current, I take it that you couldn't coax any family member to take you on a drive into Marblehead (my hometown) when in Salem.   :sombrero:
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: corco on October 02, 2013, 03:05:51 PM
This sounds sad for a guy who's driven since 1966, but:

U.S. 56
U.S. 350
U.S. 491
I-H2
I-8
I-12
I-76 (west)
I-17
I-19
I-25
I-27
I-37
I-45

Now, I could list long continuous stretches (>1000 miles) of interstate and U.S. routes that I've clinched, but not entire routes other than what I've listed above. And I wouldn't presume to list every state route I've clinched, nor each 3dI or suffixed interstate.

If all goes as planned, I may be able to claim all of I-2 that currently exists later this fall.

I'm amazed that you haven't clinched US 138
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: froggie on October 03, 2013, 12:53:17 AM
He's in Pueblo...a bit far to "randomly" get to US 138.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: ET21 on October 13, 2013, 04:38:51 PM
Illinois
I-88
I-90
I-190
I-290
I-294
I-355

Indiana
I-80
I-90
I-94

Wisconsin
I-39
I-90
I-94
I-894

Minnesota
I-90

Michigan
I-94
I-196

New York
I-290
I-390

Pennsylvania
I-380
I-76
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: CentralCAroadgeek on October 13, 2013, 04:56:25 PM
At the top of my head, I can say I've clinched...

California
CA-46
US-50
CA-156
CA-183
I-205
CA/I-210
CA-233
I-238
I-380
I-505
I-680
I-780

Oregon
OR-6

Washington
I-5
WA-8
WA-16
I-205
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: NE2 on October 13, 2013, 06:02:54 PM
I clinched former CR 420... ON WEED
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: JMoses24 on October 13, 2013, 07:14:23 PM
If I didn't have Ohio State Route 562, also known as the Norwood Lateral, I do now. Clinched it during Saturday's Cincinnati meet.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: 1 on November 04, 2013, 10:40:41 PM
Pretty short, but I just added NH 97. (It was originally going to be NH 151 on my trip, but plans changed.)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Buck87 on November 05, 2013, 01:08:52 AM
Here's my list for Interstates only:

Entire Interstates:

8
26
68
71
77
215 (CA)
277 (OH)
279
280 (OH)
471
475 (GA)
475 (OH)
490 (OH)
670 (OH)
985

Single state segments of Interstates:

10 (NM, MS)
20 (TX)
24 (GA)
30 (AR)
44 (MO)
59 (GA)
64 (WV)
65 (KY)
70 (KS, MO, IL, IN)
75 (KY, TN)
76 (OH)
80 (UT, IL, IN, OH)
81 (TN, VA)
84-east (PA, NY)
84-west (OR)
85 (SC)
90 (WA, ID, IL, IN, OH, PA)
94 (MN)
95 (NH, GA)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Charles2 on November 05, 2013, 09:54:48 PM
ENTIRE INTERSTATES

4, 22, 24, 30, 59, 65, 79, 85

Alabama
20, 22, 59, 65, 85, 165, 359, 459, 565, 759

Arkansas
30, 40, 55, 540

Connecticut
91

Delaware
95

Florida
4, 110

Georgia
20, 24, 59, 85, 185, 285, 475, 675, 985

Illinois
24, 55

Indiana
65, 94, 265

Kansas
135, 470

Kentucky
24, 64, 65, 71, 75, 264, 471

Louisiana
59

Maryland
81, 95

Mississippi
20, 22, 59, 110

Missouri
35, 55

New York
95

North Carolina
26, 77, 85, 95

Ohio
75, 471

Pennsylvania
79, 81

South Carolina
20, 26, 85

Tennessee
24, 55, 65, 75, 81, former 124, 140, 240, former 265, 275, 440, 640

Virginia
77, 81, 85, 95, 581

West Virginia
70, 79
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Mergingtraffic on November 06, 2013, 11:55:10 AM
I-878 in Queens. :bigass:
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: PHLBOS on November 06, 2013, 12:27:53 PM
Interstates

Connecticut
84, 95, 291, 395, 691

Delaware
95, 295, 495

Maine
295
 
Maryland
68, 70, 81, 95, 97, 395, 495, 895

Massachusetts
84, 90, 93, 95, 190, 195, 290, 291, 295, 395, 495

New Hampshire
89, 95, 293, 393

New Jersey
76, 95, 280, 287, 295, 676

New York
95, 287, 684
 
Ohio
280

Pennsylvania
76, 78, 95, 176, 276, 283, 676

Rhode Island
95, 195, 295

Tennessee
81

Virginia
81, 495

West Virginia
68, 81
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Thing 342 on November 06, 2013, 10:08:22 PM
Here's my list of just Interstates:

A3,
505(CA),
515(NV)
16,
17,
24, 124 (TN),
26, 126(SC), 526(SC),
129(IA-NE),
240(NC),
264(VA), 464(VA), 564(VA), 664 (VA),
66,
73,
74(E),
675(GA)
76(E), 676(PA-NJ),
76(W),
77, 277(NC),
478(NY),
180(NE), 180(WY), 480(IA-NE), 680(IA-NE),
85, 185(SC), 285(GA), 385(SC),
195(VA), 295(VA), 395(VA-DC), 395(MD), 395(CT-MA), 495(VA-MD-DC), 495(DE), 695(DC), 895(MD)
97
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: leroys73 on December 17, 2013, 02:24:19 PM
I-75, I-35, I-30, OK 7, US 277

Just wanted to add US 77, US 377, US 83, US 281, and I-29. Just finished them this year. Most of the miles on these highways were on a motorcycle. I hope that is OK.

I forgot to add all of the roads, some not paved, on Oahu, Hawaii (including the road to Kalae and Southern most point in US), and Kauai.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Ned Weasel on December 18, 2013, 10:13:13 PM
Interstates in Entirety
I-24, I-276, I-435, I-470 (Ohio/West Virginia), I-635 (Kansas/Missouri)

State Segments and State-Specific Highways (Excluding the Above)

Arizona
I-8, I-40

Arkansas
I-55

Delaware
I-295, Delaware Turnpike

Illinois
I-70, I-90/Jane Addams Memorial Tollway/Chicago Skyway, I-270, I-294, Tri-State Tollway

Indiana
I-70, I-80, I-90/Indiana East-West Toll Road, I-94

Iowa
I-35

Kansas
I-135, I-235, I-335, I-470, K-10

Maryland
I-895/Baltimore Harbor Tunnel Thruway

Mississippi
US 78/Future I-22

Missouri
I-35, I-49, I-64, I-70, I-470, MO 370

Ohio
I-70, I-80, I-280, Ohio Turnpike

Oklahoma
US 54, Will Rogers Turnpike

Pennsylvania
I-70, I-78, I-676, PA 576, Pennsylvania Turnpike

Texas
US 54

West Virginia
I-70, US 22

(3/16/2014 Edit: I had forgotten that I had actually clinched I-135.)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Takumi on December 19, 2013, 10:26:20 AM
Added VA 54 and 54Y last week. I did 54Y on foot...it's shorter than my driveway!
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: dgolub on December 19, 2013, 10:56:26 AM
New York: I-495, I-295, I-695, I-684, I-287, Northern Parkway, Southern Parkway, Meadowbrook Parkway, Wantagh Parkway, Loop Parkway, Ocean Parkway, Bethpage Parkway, Sagtikos Parkway, Robert Moses Causeway, Grand Central Parkway, Cross Island Parkway, Belt Parkway, Hutchinson Parkway, Bronx Parkway, Henry Hudson Parkway, Palisades Parkway, NY 101, NY 107, NY 108, NY 114, NY 129, NY 135, NY 231, NY 347, NY 440

New Jersey: I-95, NJ 700, I-280, Palisades Parkway, US 9W, NJ 3, NJ 24, NJ 32, NJ 64, NJ 67, NJ 120, NJ 495

Connecticut: I-95, I-84, I-91, I-691, Merritt Parkway, Wilbur Cross Parkway, Milford Parkway, CT 40, CT 77, CT 152, CT 162, CT 337

Rhode Island: I-95, I-195

Massachusetts: I-195

Delaware: I-295

Pennsylvania: I-676, I-380

Maryland: I-395
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: sammi on December 19, 2013, 11:01:24 AM
Added VA 54 and 54Y last week. I did 54Y on foot...it's shorter than my driveway!
Is there really a need to sign that short stretch separately?
I know of a junction in the Philippines between 3 and 11 which is bigger than that one, and it's not signed that way.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: txstateends on December 19, 2013, 08:36:47 PM
I've updated the list in my sig, click it to expand it (makes it more readable)--the roads listed in black are clinched.

As for individual state clinches:
I: 40(tx), 44(mo), 45(tx (duh)), 240(tn), 270(il), 440(ar), 635(tx)
US: 69(ok, tx), 69A(ks, ok), 75(ok, tx), 175(tx (duh again)), 259(tx), 271(tx)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: 1 on December 19, 2013, 09:56:33 PM
I might be getting NJ 495 on Sunday.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Takumi on December 19, 2013, 10:00:04 PM
Is there really a need to sign that short stretch separately?
It isn't posted. There are just signs for the adjacent routes. But it exists because VDOT.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: brownpelican on December 19, 2013, 10:19:34 PM
Entire two-digit interstates: I-20

Ala.: I-10, I-20, I-59, I-65, I-85, I-165, I-359, I-459

Ariz.: I-10, I-40

Ark.: I-55

Calif.: I-40, I-238, I-280, I-580, I-680, I-780, I-880, I-980, CA 13, CA 24, CA 61

Ga.: I-20, I-85, I-285, SH 72, SH 316

Ky.: I-65, I-264, I-471

La.: I-10, I-12, i-20, I-49, I-55, I-110, I-310, I-610, I-910, US 11, US 90 Bus, SH 16, SH 21, SH 22, SH 25, SH 37, SH 42, SH 59, SH 408, SH 433, SH 436, SH 437, SH 438, SH 439, SH 443,
SH 1040, SH 1075, SH 1077, SH 3021

Miss.: I-10, I-20, i-55, I-59, I-110, I-220, US 11, oUS 80, US 90, US 98, MS 26, MS 53, MS 149, MS 583, MS 603, MS 609, MS 801

Ohio: I-71, I-471, I-490, I-680

S.C.: I-20, I-77, I-85, I-126, I-385, I-585, US 25, US 25 Bus, SC 10, SC 14, SC 20, SC 67, SC 71, SC 72, SC 80, SC 124, SC 129, SC 185, SC 191, SC 225, SC 246, SC 248, SC 249, SC 253, SC 254, SC 277, SC 291, SC 419, SC 430, SC 702

Texas: I-20
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Laura on December 19, 2013, 10:27:38 PM
Added VA 54 and 54Y last week. I did 54Y on foot...it's shorter than my driveway!
Is there really a need to sign that short stretch separately?
I know of a junction in the Philippines between 3 and 11 which is bigger than that one, and it's not signed that way.

Virginia signs its Y spurs as routes with the Y suffix so that traffic knows to take the cutoff rather than continuing down to the main route. When they are signed, it is in the direction where the spur is useful. For example, this is done on VA-6Y.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: roadman65 on December 20, 2013, 09:46:27 AM
In the two states that I have lived in during my life, New Jersey and Florida, I have clinched both states intrastate US routes.

US 46
US 92
US 130
US 192

I do not consider US 206 to be one of them because it does enter PA.  Even if it is for a few hundred feet, it is still a two state route. 

In most of my travels I have done long distances on major US routes, but never really clinched them their entire length.  I may have even seen plenty of terminuses for many US routes at both ends, but never actually got to connect the dots completely.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: TheStranger on December 25, 2013, 07:01:30 PM
My updated list for fall 2013:

California: I-80, I-380, I-280, I-980, I-880, I-680, I-580, I-205, I-405, Route 242, Route 24, Route 160, Route 37, Route 82, Route 149, Route 13, Route 116, Route 85, Route 87, Route 170, Route 134, Route 92, Route 262, Route 17, Route 68, Route 135,  Business 80, US 50, I-105, I-780, I-215, I-110/Route 110, I-238/Route 238, Route 220, Route 221, Route 75, Route 282, Route 154, Route 232, Route 103, Route 163, unsigned Route 109, whatever remains of Route 275, Route 267, unsigned Route 260, Route 61, Route 112, Route 204

Nevada: I-80, I-515, NV 431

Washington: WA 16

Delaware: I-95

New Jersey: NJTP, I-278, NJ 495,  Palisades Interstate Parkway, NJ 81, NJ 90

Connecticut: I-95

Rhode Island: I-95

New York: I-95, I-290, Berkshire Thruway, Palisades Interstate Parkway, unsigned I-478, NY 440

Utah: I-80

Kentucky: I-71, I-65, KY 155, KY 245, I-265

Ohio: I-71

Tennessee: Ellington Parkway

Texas: SH 183A (note that at the time I went through here - 2010 - the north portion was just the frontage roads)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Mapmikey on December 25, 2013, 08:36:30 PM


Virginia signs its Y spurs as routes with the Y suffix so that traffic knows to take the cutoff rather than continuing down to the main route. When they are signed, it is in the direction where the spur is useful. For example, this is done on VA-6Y.

6Y is the only posted Y route that actually connects to a primary route on both ends.  All the other ones that are currently posted (132Y, 180Y, 205Y, 300Y) are true spur routes.

However, the former 202Y was posted and connected to primary routes on both ends.

Mapmikey
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Takumi on December 25, 2013, 08:50:37 PM
Technically 132Y connects to a primary route on both ends, but one of the routes has an unposted, asinine number.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: 1 on December 25, 2013, 08:59:40 PM
I got two (or 4, depending on how you count it) these last few days.


NY/NJ 495

NJ/PA 90
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: NE2 on December 25, 2013, 09:16:29 PM
PA 90
No such thing. Derpa maintains it, so it has no PennDOT number. The PennDOT county map (http://ftp://ftp.dot.state.pa.us/public/pdf/BPR_pdf_files/Maps/GHS/Roadnames/philadelphia_GHSN.PDF) puts NJ 90 shields on it.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: ronaldlee11 on December 25, 2013, 10:08:48 PM
Kentucky
I 64 from Lexington to Ashland
I 75 from Lexington to Williamsburg
US 23 from South Shore to Ky Va line
AA Highway from Greenup to Florence
Ohio
US 52 from West Portsmouth to Chesapeake (my favorite highway to clinch have done it many times)
US 23 from Portsmouth to Chillicothe
US 35 from Jeffersonville to Gallipolis
Ohio 7 from Chesapeake to Gallipolis
West Virginia
I 64 from Huntington to Beckley
I 77 from Charleston to Bluefield
US 52 around Huntington
Virginia
I 77 from W Va line to NC line
I 81 from Wytheville to Max Meadows second favorite town to make road sign pics
All of US 23
North Carolina
I 77 I 74 and US 52 from Mt Airy to Pilot Mtn
Tennessee
I 75 from Knoxville to Jellico
I 81 and US 23 around Kingsport


Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: TheHighwayMan394 on December 26, 2013, 05:35:03 PM
Oh dear...haha. Let's see if I can remember all of these.

Arizona: I-10, I-15
Colorado: I-76
Illinois: I-90, I-94, I-290
Indiana: I-80, I-90, I-94
Iowa: I-35, I-380
Maine: I-195, I-295, I-395
Massachusetts: I-90, I-290
Michigan: US 2, I-675
Minnesota: US 8, MN 33, I-35, MN 36, MN 41, MN 45, MN 50, MN 51, MN 61, MN 62 (east), MN 64, MN 77, MN 84, MN 96, MN 100, MN 101, MN 110, MN 121, MN 156, US 218, MN 316, MN 371, I-394, I-494, I-694

(will finish later)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Takumi on December 28, 2013, 06:42:48 PM
Today I added, in order:
VA 141 (needed the piece south of I-264)
I-264 as a driver
VA 279
VA 225
VA 170
VA 406
VA 143 (by far the most tedious clinch of the bunch...Jefferson Avenue goes on forever)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: leroys73 on January 14, 2014, 11:33:48 AM
I-75, I-35, I-30, OK 7, US 277

Just wanted to add US 77, US 377, US 83, US 281, and I-29. Just finished them this year. Most of the miles on these highways were on a motorcycle. I hope that is OK.

I forgot I-12 several times is another.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: PHLBOS on January 14, 2014, 12:56:03 PM
PA 90
No such thing. Derpa maintains it, so it has no PennDOT number. The PennDOT county map (http://ftp://ftp.dot.state.pa.us/public/pdf/BPR_pdf_files/Maps/GHS/Roadnames/philadelphia_GHSN.PDF) puts NJ 90 shields on it.
Such shields are also on PennDOT BGS'.

(https://www.aaroads.com/northeast/pennsylvania075/i-095_sb_exit_026_02.jpg)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Mapmikey on January 18, 2014, 10:08:43 PM
Took a trip today...added the following clinches to my pile:

DELAWARE: 1, 9 Trk, 10, 11, 52, 71, 300

This completes the Delaware Primary System for me.

MARYLAND: 7 (elkton), 23, 45, 146, 161, 274, 277, 281, 287, 302, 304, 311, 312, 316, 439, 440, 462, 480, 545, 562, 591 (both), 623, 646, 781

Mapmikey
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: leroys73 on February 22, 2014, 09:31:56 PM
I-75, I-35, I-30, OK 7, US 277

Just wanted to add US 77, US 377, US 83, US 281, and I-29. Just finished them this year. Most of the miles on these highways were on a motorcycle. I hope that is OK.

I forgot to add all of the roads, some not paved, on Oahu, Hawaii (including the road to Kalae and Southern most point in US), and Kauai.

How could I leave off I-45, I-44, and I-12.  All but a very few miles of US 75. 
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Mapmikey on February 23, 2014, 10:40:41 AM
Took a trip to Miami, Key West, then Baton Rouge.

Clinched the following:

FLORIDA: I-10, I-95, I-195, I-275, I-295, I-395, I-595, US 1, US 27, FL 970, FL 994, picked up substantial mileage on I-75.
ALABAMA: I-10, I-65, US 72 ALT
MISSISSIPPI: I-220, picked up substantial mileage on US 61 and MS 25
LOUISIANA: I-110, I-510, I-610, US 61, US 61 bus, US 190 Bus baton Rouge, LA 426
TENNESSEE: TN 433, picked up substantial mileage on US 64

Mapmikey
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: 74/171FAN on February 23, 2014, 11:43:55 AM
Some recent routes since my 2009 post:
MD: MD 3, MD 234
VA:I-77, I-581, US 219, US 220 ALT(Roanoke), US 460(not all but everything west of I-664 in Chesapeake), US 460 Business(Pearisburg, Blacksburg/Christiansburg), VA 31,VA 100, VA 106, VA 111, VA 114, VA 145, VA 156, VA 226, VA 232, VA 307, VA 314 (I think I have been on every road at Virginia Tech at some point), VA 412, VA 598
SC: SC 700
WV: US 460, WV 112
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Takumi on February 23, 2014, 01:09:35 PM
Recently remembered I have I-83 clinched as a passenger.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: GaryV on February 23, 2014, 02:17:16 PM
Complete routes, one trip (OK, most of these aren't tough):
I-275
M-14
M-6
I-196
The former I-296, M-107 and M-108
I-496
M-77
M-117
M-185  :-D
M-69
M-22
M-119
I-475
I-675
I-194
US-302

In multiple trips:
M-28
M-25
I-696 (since I live near the middle of it, I've never had cause to go from end-to-end in one trip)
Most likely, I-69 (the original Port Huron to Indy portion)
M-123
Probably M-115

The Michigan portion (in multiple trips) of:
I-75 - and much of the rest of it too, although I think I've missed parts of it in FL
US-141
And most likely, US-2, I-94, I-96

And two that hardly count:
The WV portion of I-70
The NH portion of I-95
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: 1 on February 23, 2014, 02:21:29 PM
You have US 302? What exactly was that for? The White Mountains?
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: GaryV on February 23, 2014, 06:43:09 PM
You have US 302? What exactly was that for? The White Mountains?
We were in Portland, taking 2 days to go back to Michigan.  Wanted an interesting route to see parts of the country we'd never seen before.  Nice drive through NH, a stop at Ben & Jerry's, Lake Champlain.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: JMoses24 on February 23, 2014, 09:43:43 PM
I clinched I-275 (OH/KY/IN) last weekend by taking the segment from I-71 to OH 32.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: CentralCAroadgeek on July 20, 2014, 01:14:23 PM
These last two days, I have clinched US-199 and OR-62, along with I-505 and I-680, which I've already clinched before.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: The High Plains Traveler on July 20, 2014, 03:52:56 PM
This sounds sad for a guy who's driven since 1966, but:

U.S. 56
U.S. 350
U.S. 491
I-H2
I-8
I-12
I-76 (west)
I-17
I-19
I-25
I-27
I-37
I-45

Now, I could list long continuous stretches (>1000 miles) of interstate and U.S. routes that I've clinched, but not entire routes other than what I've listed above. And I wouldn't presume to list every state route I've clinched, nor each 3dI or suffixed interstate.

If all goes as planned, I may be able to claim all of I-2 that currently exists later this fall.

I'm amazed that you haven't clinched US 138
To the above I can add I-2 (last November) and U.S. 400 (March, returning from the St. Louis road meet). Good point about U.S. 138; I guess I never thought to jump off I-76 on any of my infrequent trips toward Nebraska. Next time, assuming time isn't at a premium.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: adventurernumber1 on July 20, 2014, 07:36:25 PM
I have clinched:

Interstates:

I-75 (GA)
I-24 (GA, TN)
I-59 (GA)
I-81 (TN)
I-95 (GA)
I-16 (GA)
I-77 (VA)
I-65 (KY, IN)
I-285 (GA)
I-675 (GA)
I-475 (GA)
I-640 (TN)
I-759 (AL)

US Highways:

US 411 (GA)


State Routes:

SR 71 (GA)
SR 201 (GA)
SR 153 (TN)
SR 316 (GA)
SR 282 (GA)
SR 146 (GA)
SR 320 (TN)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: CentralCAroadgeek on July 26, 2014, 05:20:22 PM
Few more highways clinched on a recent trip to Utah:

Interstate
15 (AZ, NV)
80 (NV)

US Highway
491 (UT)

Colorado
41

New Mexico
597

Utah
9
19
62
63
262
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Jim on August 11, 2014, 11:43:44 PM
I added some significant mileage to my CHM stats on a Maine/New Brunswick trip this week.  I went from having traveled 3 of 5 Maine interstates at all with just I-195 clinched to having all 5 completely clinched within the state, plus added a long segment of US 1 and a bunch of segments of state routes and other US highways there.  Maine joins Florida, Colorado, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and Delaware as states whose interstate systems I have completed.  My first ever trip to New Brunswick included lots of TCH 2 and NB 1 plus a big chunk of NB 114 through Fundy NP.  And I grabbed just a few short segments in Nova Scotia in my first (but very small) incursion into that province.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: leroys73 on October 06, 2014, 11:01:06 PM
I-75, I-35, I-30, OK 7, US 277

Just wanted to add US 77, US 377, US 83, US 281, and I-29. Just finished them this year. Most of the miles on these highways were on a motorcycle. I hope that is OK.

I can say I finally clinched US 62 after 50 years of crossing it and living near it in two states 1000 miles apart.  Most of it I have ridden on a motorcycle at least once.  I did a write up in the Road Trip section of my clinching of 62.  It is titled 21 States + 1 Province.

I forgot to add all of the roads, some not paved, on Oahu, Hawaii (including the road to Kalae and Southern most point in US), and Kauai.

How could I leave off I-45, I-44, and I-12.  All but a very few miles of US 75.

Finally US 62.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: freebrickproductions on October 06, 2014, 11:13:06 PM
I want to say the only highway I've "clinched" is I-565.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: NWI_Irish96 on October 07, 2014, 09:47:32 AM
If we are counting one state's portion of a multi-state route as a clinch, then this is my list, with * indicating that the entire route is clinched across all states.

*I-19: AZ
I-25: CO
I-30: AR
I-39: WI
I-40: CA, AZ, NM, TX
*I-43: WI
I-44: MO
I-64: IL, IN, KY, WV
*I-65: IN, KY, TN, AL
*I-66: VA, DC
I-69: IN
I-70: CO, KS, MO, IL, IN, OH, WV, PA
I-71: KY
I-74: IN, OH
I-75: OH, KY
I-78: PA, NJ
I-80: NE, IA, IL, IN, OH, PA, NJ
*I-88(E): IL
I-90: WY, SD, MN, WI, IL, IN
I-94: MT, ND, MN, WI, IL, IN

*I-205 (CA)
*I-110 (MS)
*I-164 (IN), *I-264 (KY)
*I-265 (IN), *I-265 (KY)
I-275 (IN), *I-375 (MI)
*I-465 (IN), *I-865 (IN)
*I-270 (MD)
*I-280 (IL/MO)
*I-190 (IL), *I-290 (IL)
*I-294 (IL), *I-194 (MI), *I-794 (WI), *I-894 (WI)
*I-695 (DC), *I-295 (MD/DC), *I-495 (MD/DC/VA), *I-395 (DC/VA)
*I-196 (MI), *I-296 (MI), *I-496 (MI)

US 6: IN
US 12: IL, IN, MI
US 14: IL
US 30: IN
US 31: IN (had MI but lost it when the new Constantine bypass opened until I make it back there)
US 33: IN
US 41: IL
US 131: IN
US 421: IN

Indiana State Highways:
2, 4(C), 4(W), 5, 8(W), 10, 11(N), 11(S), 13, 17, 19, 22(W), 23, 25(N), 29, 39(S), 43(N), 43(S), 49, 51, 53, 63(N), 70(E), 75(N)
104, 106, 109(N), 110(E), 110(W), 111, 114(C), 115, 117, 119(N), 119(S), 120, 121(S), 130, 134, 135, 143, 144(E), 144(W), 145, 149, 152, 156, 160, 166
203, 211, 212, 213, 225, 237(N), 237(S), 250(W), 256, 265, 267(N), 312, 329, 331, 332, 335(N), 335(S), 337(S), 356(E), 362, 462, 520, 545(S), 750, 827
912(E), 912 (W), 930, 931(N), 931(S), 933

Illinois State Highways:
21, 43, 394

Michigan State Highways:
14, 22, 37, 51, 78, 96, 100, 109, 113, 201, 204, 217, 239, 294

Kentucky State Highways:
146, 660, 841, 864, 907, 913, 913C, 1065, 1116, 1142, 1230, 1447, 1631, 1703, 1727, 1747, 1793, 1817, 1819, 1849, 1861, 1865, 1932, 1934, 2049, 2050, 2051, 2052, 2053, 2054, 2055, 2056, 2672, 2845, 3084, 3222,
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Mapmikey on October 07, 2014, 10:53:23 AM
Just finished a road trip from Virginia to Vancouver BC and back...clinched the following:

W. Virginia: US 35
Ohio: US 35
Indiana: I-465
Illinois: I-72, I-474
Iowa: I-380, substantial mileage on US 218 and IA 27
Minnesota: substantial mileage on I-35
N. Dakota: US 52
Saskatchewan: SK 39, substantial kilometrage on TCH-1
Alberta: TCH-1
British Columbia: BC 17A, BC 91, substantial kilometrage on TCH-1, BC 5, BC 17, BC 99
Washington: I-82, WA 20 SPUR, WA 536, substantial mileage on I-5, I-90
Oregon: I-82
Idaho: I-86, I-184, substantial mileage on US 30
Wyoming: I-80 Bus (Rock Springs), I-180, substantial mileage on US 30
Nebraska: substantial mileage on US 81
Kansas: substantial mileage on US 36
Missouri: I-72, US 36

Mapmikey
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: hbelkins on October 07, 2014, 10:59:37 AM
I clinched KY 37 this past weekend.  :clap:  :clap:
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: jrouse on October 07, 2014, 11:20:59 AM
California State Routes:  12, 16, 17, 20, 24, 28, 29, 37, 51, 53, 55, 56, 57, 60, 70, 75, 85, 87, 99, 104, 113, 121, 131, 133, 134, 149, 151, 153, 156, 160, 170, 174, 191, 193, 210, 220, 222, 233, 242, 244, 255, 261, 262, 267, 275, 281.

Interstates in California: 40, 80, 205, 210, 380, 405, 505, 580, 680, 780, 805, 880, 980. 

I have driven all of I-5 except between Oceanside and Mission Viejo and I have been on all of I-10 except for the portion west of I-405.

US Highways in California: 50
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Brandon on October 07, 2014, 12:56:48 PM
Arizona: US-93
Arkansas: I-55, I-440, I-630
Colorado: I-25, I-76
Delaware: I-295
Florida: I-4
Georgia: I-75, I-95
Hawai'i: HI-36
Illinois: I-24, I-39, I-55, I-57, I-64, I-70, I-72, I-74, I-80, I-88, I-90, I-94, I-155, I-172, I-180, I-190, I-255, I-270, I-280, I-290, I-294, I-355, I-474, US-12, US-41, US-52, IL-6, IL-7, IL-18, IL-19, IL-25, IL-31, IL-35, IL-43, IL-47, IL-50, IL-53, IL-56, IL-58, IL-71, IL-102, IL-103, IL-113, IL-114, IL-115, IL-126, IL-129, IL-170, IL-171, IL-390, IL-394 (list may not be complete)
Indiana: I-65, I-70, I-74, I-80, I-90, I-94, I-465, US-30, IN-933, IN-912 (maybe a few other assorted state routes)
Iowa: I-74, I-80, I-280, I-380, I-480
Kansas: I-470
Kentucky: I-24, I-65, I-75, Audubon Pkwy, Natcher Pkwy
Louisiana: I-10, I-12, I-55, I-59, I-110, I-610
Maryland: I-270, MD-404
Michigan: I-69, I-75, I-94, I-194, I-196, I-275, I-296, I-375, I-475, I-496, I-696, US-141, M-5, M-10, M-14, M-26, M-39, M-77, M-102, M-108, M-203 (list may not be complete)
Minnesota: I-90
Mississippi: I-55, I-59, I-220
Missouri: I-55, I-57, I-70, I-72, I-170, I-255, I-270
Nebraska: I-76, I-80, I-480
Nevada: I-15, I-215, I-515
New York: I-290, I-490
Ohio: I-70, I-74, I-75, I-80, I-280, I-475, I-480, I-675
Pennsylvania: I-70, I-76
Tennessee: I-24, I-40, I-55, I-65, I-81, I-440
Utah: I-70, I-80
Virginia: I-66, I-395
West Virginia: I-70
Wisconsin: I-39, I-43, I-90, I-94, I-794, I-894, US-41, Wis-794 (and future I-41)
Wyoming: I-80
District of Columbia: I-66, I-395, I-695, DC-295

I think that's all.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: cpzilliacus on October 08, 2014, 10:26:52 PM
All of these:

I-68
I-70
I-83
I-97
I-110 (Calif.)
I-225
I-270 (Md.)
I-276
I-285 (Ga.)
I-287
I-295 (Md./D.C.)
I-370
I-395 (Md.)
I-395 (Va./D.C.)
I-405 (Calif.)
I-470 (Kansas)
I-470 (Missouri)
I-470 (Ohio and W.Va.)
I-476
I-495 (Del.)
I-495 (Md./Va.)
I-526 (S.C.)
I-695 (Md.)
I-695 (D.C.)
I-795 (Md.)
I-895 (Md.)

Partials:

I-5 in Calif. south of Ca. 99 to the Mexico border
I-10 west of Palm Springs
I-15 south of I-10
I-78 (parts of Penna. and N.J.)
I-76 (everything except the section west of the I-76/I-80 "bump")
I-79 (everything south of I-76)
I-81 (all, except north of Binghamton, N.Y.)
I-85 (Va., N.C., S.C. and Ga. as far as Atlanta)
I-91 (all in Conn. and Mass. - Vermont as far north as I-89)
I-95 (all, except from Golden Glades, Fla. to Fort Pierce, Fla.)
I-710 (all south of South Pasadena)
I-805
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: route17fan on October 19, 2014, 10:09:17 AM
New York:
All U.S., Interstates, and state routes (past and present) - clinched in 2011.
Counties clinched: Albany, Schenectady, Rensselaer
Partials: all others
(I moved there from GA in 2007 - it took me 4 years and 3 cars  :-D )

Ohio:
Just today October 24, 2014 reclinched all 88 counties for a 21st Century
reclinching of my home state :)
All U.S. routes and Interstates
working on state routes and Department of Natural Resources routes within parks

PA:
All U.S., Interstates
working on state routes

Miscellaneous:
VA: I-81

WV: I-68
       I-70
       I-79
      US 30 & 40

VT: All Interstates and U.S. routes
      about 3/4 of state routes

MA: All interstates except 495 east of 95 (south and eastern terminus)

NH: All interstates
       (I-93 is amazing in the fall in Franconia Notch!)  :bigass:

RI: All interstates and U.S. routes
      most state routes

CT: All interstates and U.S. routes
      most state routes

GA: All interstates
      most of US 19 and US 27

KY: I-75
TN: I-75
FL: I-75

Canada: ONT: 402, 403, 404, 406, 409, 410, 427, QEW
             QC: some of A15, A20, A30, A40, A55, A710
                   and various routes between Montreal and US Border
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: vdeane on October 19, 2014, 03:28:07 PM
(I moved there from GA in 2007 - it took me 4 years and 3 cars  :-D )
Only 4 years!?  I've lived in upstate NY all my life and I'm still only 60% of the way there!
Title: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Laura on October 20, 2014, 10:55:01 AM
(I moved there from GA in 2007 - it took me 4 years and 3 cars  :-D )
Only 4 years!?  I've lived in upstate NY all my life and I'm still only 60% of the way there!

It's a completely different animal when you move somewhere as an adult and start intentionally clinching roads. Mike finished his clinch of Maryland roads at age 39, but his effort was intentional only a fraction of that time.

For instance, unless your parents are road geeks or do a lot of intrastate travel, it's really difficult to clinch a lot of routes as a kid.


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Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: adventurernumber1 on October 20, 2014, 01:08:21 PM
I agree with Laura about having little luck clinching roads as a kid. I actually have a fairly good bit of roads clinched (you can see the link to my clinched roads in my signature box), but if not to visit family or for vacation, my parents hate driving (unlike their son  :biggrin: ). I think once I get my license in a little over a year (Im almost 15), I will be able to clinch so many more roads, when I have the time. There's a lot of non-limited access roads in my area I have not clinched, but I'll clinch a heckload of those when I start driving. At least until age 16, it's not easy to clinch a lot of roads as a child.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: english si on October 21, 2014, 06:02:43 AM
I agree with Laura about having little luck clinching roads as a kid. I actually have a fairly good bit of roads clinched (you can see the link to my clinched roads in my signature box), but if not to visit family or for vacation, my parents hate driving (unlike their son  :biggrin: ).
Having established yourself as a walking talking map, on vacation mis-direct parents onto other routes you've not done. Less likely to happen in the Sat Nav age.

I did it with Portsmouth, persuading them to take the A3 rather than M3-M27 route we took to the ferry. I even did it coming back from my grandparents after issues on the M25, staying off the motorway entirely after being warned off.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: NWI_Irish96 on October 21, 2014, 07:44:35 AM
(I moved there from GA in 2007 - it took me 4 years and 3 cars  :-D )
Only 4 years!?  I've lived in upstate NY all my life and I'm still only 60% of the way there!

It's a completely different animal when you move somewhere as an adult and start intentionally clinching roads. Mike finished his clinch of Maryland roads at age 39, but his effort was intentional only a fraction of that time.

For instance, unless your parents are road geeks or do a lot of intrastate travel, it's really difficult to clinch a lot of routes as a kid.

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Yeah, I was fortunate to have parents who loved taking road trips.  Before age 16, I had been on trips from Indiana to California, Florida, Colorado, Arkansas, and Washington, DC.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: roadman65 on October 21, 2014, 07:54:31 AM
Oh yes those were the days being called a walking road map.  Ah yes, memories.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: adventurernumber1 on October 21, 2014, 09:13:17 AM
Oh yes those were the days being called a walking road map.  Ah yes, memories.

My parents refer to me as the human GPS :bigass:
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Laura on October 23, 2014, 10:21:55 AM

I agree with Laura about having little luck clinching roads as a kid. I actually have a fairly good bit of roads clinched (you can see the link to my clinched roads in my signature box), but if not to visit family or for vacation, my parents hate driving (unlike their son  :biggrin: ).
Having established yourself as a walking talking map, on vacation mis-direct parents onto other routes you've not done. Less likely to happen in the Sat Nav age.

I did it with Portsmouth, persuading them to take the A3 rather than M3-M27 route we took to the ferry. I even did it coming back from my grandparents after issues on the M25, staying off the motorway entirely after being warned off.

Hahaha I'm guilty of doing this, too! Let's go this way, I promise it should be  just as fast...and more scenic!

We took a fair number of road trips when I was a kid, with one big trip to Alabama and Florida when I was ten. That said, I didn't clinch all of Maryland's counties until I was 22. So while I covered a decent amount of territory as a kid, there was still stuff missed. I did a great amount of clinching when I was in college (18-22), but even then I was limited by money from going super flung out with the sole purpose of driving roads.


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Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: rickmastfan67 on October 25, 2014, 03:21:56 PM
Oh yes those were the days being called a walking road map.  Ah yes, memories.

My parents refer to me as the human GPS :bigass:

Mine do the same thing still. :)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: ftballfan on November 20, 2017, 12:30:04 PM
Since I posted here, I've moved to Ann Arbor. I've bolded the ones I've clinched since the last update in 2013.

Michigan: I-96, I-194, I-196, I-296, I-375, I-496, I-675, US-10, US-31, M-6, M-10, M-11, M-14, M-17, M-36, M-39, M-45, M-104, M-106, (former) M-110, M-113, M-115, M-116, M-121, M-124, M-137, M-143, (former) M-168, M-185, M-186, M-204, M-222, M-231, BL I-94 (Ann Arbor, Jackson, Kalamazoo), BL I-196 (Holland), BS I-196 (Grand Rapids), BUS US-10 (Reed City, Clare, Midland), BUS US-12 (Ypsilanti), BUS US-23 (Ann Arbor), BUS US-31 (Ludington, Pentwater, Hart, Whitehall/Montague, Muskegon), BUS US-127 (Clare, Mt. Pleasant, Alma, St. Johns, Jackson), BUS US-131 (Cadillac, Big Rapids, Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo)

Kentucky: I-65

Indiana: I-465, IN 931 (it was US-31 at the time) (I had I-69 clinched prior to the section opening near Evansville)

Georgia: I-24, I-475

Ohio: I-280, I-475, US-223 (I had 223 clinched in 2013)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Jim on November 20, 2017, 01:26:44 PM
Wow, CHM went into its permanent hibernation and TM was born between the last two posts in this thread.  I'm sure many know, but for those who don't, you can see the travels of many AARoads users on TM:

http://tm.teresco.org/stat.php (http://tm.teresco.org/stat.php)

And of course everyone's welcome to submit a file of your travels to see where you rank.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Takumi on November 21, 2017, 01:14:31 PM
VA 396.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: TheHighwayMan394 on November 21, 2017, 01:35:26 PM
You can see my file in my signature, but apparently I'm the only CHMer to have been on MN 172 thus far which is kind of neat I think.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: ekt8750 on November 21, 2017, 05:10:08 PM
Full length of Interstates and US Highways:

Interstates: I-16, I-76 (Both East and West), I-91, I-97, I-99, I-176, I-195 (NJ), I-264 (VA), I-276, I-278, I-287, I-295 (NJ/DE), I-380 (PA), I-390 (NY), I-395 (DC/VA, MD), I-464, I-476, I-495 (DC/MD/VA, DE, NY), I-526, I-664, I-676, I-695 (DC, MD), I-895 (MD)

US Highways: 13, 17, 113, 130, 222, 422 (eastern half)

State segments of Interstates/US Highways & Full state highways:

Alabama: I-59, I-85
Connecticut: CT 15
Delaware: I-95, US 202, DE 1, DE 2, DE 4, DE 7, DE 54, DE 92, DE 141, DE 202, DE 261, DE 273, DE 279, DE 491, DE 896
Georgia: I-95
Illinois: I-80, I-90, I-94
Indiana I-80, I-90
Louisiana: I-10, I-59,
Maryland: I-95, MD 90, MD 222, MD 273, MD 275, 276, MD 295, MD 528
Mississippi: I-10, I-59
New Jersey: I-78, I-80, I-95, US 30, US 40, US 322, NJ 37, NJ 38, NJ 41, NJ 42, NJ 47, NJ 55, NJ 70, NJ 73, NJ 76C, NJ 90, NJ 168, NJ 347, NJ 444, NJ 446, NJ 495, NJ 700
New York: I-90, I-95
North Carolina: I-95
Ohio: I-80, I-90
Pennsylvania: I-78, I-80, I-90, I-95, US 1, US 15, US 202, PA 3, PA 10, PA 23, PA 29, PA 33, PA 41, PA 52, PA 63, PA 72, PA 73, PA 100, PA 113, PA 152, PA 222, PA 252, PA 291, PA 309, PA 352, PA 320, PA 363, PA 378, PA 401, PA 413, 420, PA 452, PA 491, PA 611, PA 663, PA 841, PA 896, PA 926
Tennessee: I-40, I-81
South Carolina: I-95
Virginia: I-64, I-66, I-95



Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Roadgeekteen on November 21, 2017, 07:18:54 PM
I-93 is the only 2di interstate I have clinched. (I am close on I-78) I have however clinched multiple 3di's. Fun fact: I clinched I-81 in Maryland sleeping. I was pretty upset when I woke up in WV.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Rothman on November 22, 2017, 10:45:40 AM
Per Travel Mapping, I have clinched 183 interstate routes as they are defined therein. 

Don't keep track of any other kinds of routes.

http://tm.teresco.org/user/system.php?u=dnthrox&sys=usai

Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Flint1979 on January 19, 2018, 12:46:54 AM
Recent one's in the state of Michigan:

M-199. Only 4 miles long so not a big one to clinch but I remember getting off I-94 and driving to the other end of it about 5 minutes later.

M-84. This is another easier one that I clinch every once in awhile. It's a major route between Saginaw and Bay City. About 15 miles long.

M-58. I could clinch this one in the next 20 minutes if I really wanted to. Just a major state highway in Saginaw between I-675 and M-47. Only 5 miles long.

M-47. Use to be a much longer highway but has been shortened to about 14 miles. I clinch this one once in awhile.

Now for some bigger highways.

M-46, M-13, M-54, M-83, M-81, M-15, M-24, M-138, M-142.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Hurricane Rex on January 19, 2018, 02:03:19 AM
My list is sad...:

Interstates: I-205 (Oregon), I-405 (Oregon)

US Highways: None

MT State Highways: SR 135, 35, 40, 28, going to the sun road.

WA State Highways: SR 8, 507, 970, 285, 207, 123, 510, 16, 3, 18, 7, 702, 508, 504, 903, 706

OR State Highways: SR 22, 18, 8, 10, 82, 370, 372, 35, 38, 224, 228, 212, 180, 214, 219, 240, 217, 6, 104.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Flint1979 on January 19, 2018, 04:21:06 AM
I clinched I-675 in Michigan for the record tonight.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: hbelkins on January 19, 2018, 10:05:15 AM
For the "clinched in one sitting" file for me -- US 360. I drove it end-to-end from Danville to Reedsville last month.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Flint1979 on January 26, 2018, 03:37:34 PM
I clinched M-138 in Michigan last night in both directions without even trying. The highway is only 20 miles long but it seems somewhat longer for some reason. It use to be about 6 miles longer before M-24 was extended into the Caro area, M-138 use to end at M-25 in Unionville, that is now M-24's northern terminus. M-24's northern terminus use to be M-81 in Caro.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: milbfan on January 26, 2018, 11:41:12 PM
AL:  I-20, I-59, I-65, I-359, I-459, I-759, I-565, US 280
GA:  I-20, I-85, I-185, I-16, I-516, I-475, I-675
SC: I-85, I-126
NC: I-40, I-240
VA:  I-381, I-581, US 23
WV:  US 460
KY:  I-71, I-65, I-264, Mountain Parkway, I-471
IN:  I-265/IN-265
MO: I-57
AR: I-30
MS/LA:  I-20, I-220
TX:  I-635, I-35W
NE:  I-480
OK:  I-35
TN:  I-40, I-65, I-24 (including GA), I-440, I-640, I-81, I-26
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: froggie on January 27, 2018, 08:29:23 AM
You can see my file in my signature, but apparently I'm the only CHMer to have been on MN 172 thus far which is kind of neat I think.

Passed the terminus, but didn't take it since wife was in car and we were more focused on counties and getting to Roseau.

I'm fairly certain that Monte has been on 172, but I don't believe he's using TravelMapping.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: LM117 on January 27, 2018, 09:23:29 AM
NC: I-95, I-40, I-440, I-540, I-795, I-495 I-87, US-117, NC-222, NC-403

VA: I-64, I-77, I-95, I-295, VA-86, VA-41, VA-288

SC: I-20

WV: I-77

OH: I-77, I-277 I-75, I-280

MI: I-275

KY: I-75

TN: I-640
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: paulthemapguy on January 27, 2018, 10:52:20 PM
HMMMM....

US Route 43, 163, 199
Interstate 39, 41, 57, 65, 88W, 76W
Illinois Routes: 6, 7, 8, 21, 23, 25, 34, 35, 41, 47, 53, 56, 57, 59, 70, 71, 75, 76, 84, 89, 91, 93, 98, 101, 102, 109, 113, 114, 115, 116, 119, 125, 126, 128, 129, 133, 136, 137, 142, 145, 146, 151, 152, 167, 169, 170, 171, 178, 184, 192, 203, 242, 336, 351, 390, 394.  Also I-294, I-190, I-355, I-180

Other highways:  AL-135, AL-188, AL-193, AZ-51, AZ-74, AZ-169, AZ-179, AZ-389, CA-17, CA-163, CA-219, CA-221, CA-267, I-205, I-880, I-980, CO-41, I-225, IN-152, IN-312, IN-225, IN-104, I-465, I-865, IA-58, IA-64, IA-98, IA-202, I-280, I-395, MA-3, MI-38, MI-63, MI-64, I-494, I-480, I-215, NY-74, NY-185, NC-114, OH-196, OH-315, OH-330, OH-343, OH-369, OH-420, I-280, OH-718, OH-736, OH-814, UT-12, UT-19, UT-59, UT-63, UT-67,  UT-95, UT-127, UT-162, UT-190, UT-224, UT-240, UT-261, UT-275, I-215, VT-17, I-189, WA-16, WA-19, WA-116, WA-123, WA-164, WA-512, WA-599, WA-706, WA-906, WI-69, WI-126, WI-129, WI-140, WI-164, WI-171, WI-179, I-794, I-894.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: ce929wax on January 27, 2018, 11:32:50 PM
AL: I-20/I-59
AZ: I-10, I-15
AR: I-40
GA: I-59
IL: I-80, I-294, I-94
IA: I-80
KY: I-65, I-75
LA: I-12, I-49
MI: I-94, I-196, M-89, M-40
MS: I-20
MO: I-44, I-55
NE: I-80
NV: I-15
NM: US 62/180
NC: I-40
OK: I-40
SC: I-85
TN: I-40, I-75, I-65, TN 33
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: ftballfan on January 28, 2018, 11:40:28 AM
Since I posted here, I've moved to Ann Arbor. I've bolded the ones I've clinched since the last update in 2013.

Michigan: I-96, I-194, I-196, I-296, I-375, I-496, I-675, US-10, US-31, M-6, M-10, M-11, M-14, M-17, M-36, M-39, M-45, M-104, M-106, (former) M-110, M-113, M-115, M-116, M-121, M-124, M-137, M-143, (former) M-168, M-185, M-186, M-204, M-222, M-231, BL I-94 (Ann Arbor, Jackson, Kalamazoo), BL I-196 (Holland), BS I-196 (Grand Rapids), BUS US-10 (Reed City, Clare, Midland), BUS US-12 (Ypsilanti), BUS US-23 (Ann Arbor), BUS US-31 (Ludington, Pentwater, Hart, Whitehall/Montague, Muskegon), BUS US-127 (Clare, Mt. Pleasant, Alma, St. Johns, Jackson), BUS US-131 (Cadillac, Big Rapids, Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo)

Kentucky: I-65

Indiana: I-465, IN 931 (it was US-31 at the time) (I had I-69 clinched prior to the section opening near Evansville)

Georgia: I-24, I-475

Ohio: I-280, I-475, US-223 (I had 223 clinched in 2013)
I can add seven more, all in Michigan:
I-696
M-8
M-59
M-150
M-153
BUS US-24 (Pontiac)
BL I-75 (Pontiac)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Flint1979 on January 28, 2018, 03:28:32 PM
Last night I clinched M-81 but I think I've done this one before it's not a long highway only going in between M-13 in Saginaw and M-53 about 4 miles east of Cass City. I did a little more than clinch M-81, the road that M-81 is on when it ends at M-53 extends about 8 miles to the east to connect with M-19 then dead ends about 2 miles after that, I went all the way to M-19 since I knew that's where the road took me to.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: bing101 on January 31, 2018, 08:13:10 PM
Highways I clinched are in California, I-305, I-505, I-680, I-580, I-205, I-280, I-380, CA-51, CA-134,
CA-55, CA-57, CA-24, CA-37, CA-141, I-880, CA-237.

Hawaii Highways are I-H1, I-H2, I-H201, I-H3

Various state routes in Maui and Big Island were clinched.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: fillup420 on February 01, 2018, 12:02:45 AM
I have clinched all 3 sections of I-74 in NC. It is a bit more difficult than one might imagine....
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Mapmikey on February 01, 2018, 12:23:21 PM
AL: All I-xx except I-22; US 72,80,90; 10 state routes
AK: none
AZ: I-17, US 64, US 70, US 163
AR: I-30, US 79
CA: none
CO: I-270, CO 41
CT: I-84, I-384, US 1, US 7, US 44
DE: entire primary system
FL: all I-xx except I-110; US 1, US 23, US 27, US 92, US 192, US 221, US 319; 45 state routes
GA: all I-xx except I-75 and its 3dis; US 1, US 11, US 17, US 25, US 27, US 123, US 221, US 301, US 319, US 378, US 441; 29 state routes
HI: none
ID: all I-84, I-86, I-184, I-90; ID 87
IL: I-39, I-64, I-72, I-74, I-80, I-255, I-270, I-355; US 50
IN: I-64, I-70, I-74, I-80, I-465, I-865; US 40, US 50
IA: I-74, I-80, I-235, I-380
KS: I-670
KY: I-64, I-471; US 52; 6 state routes
LA: all I-xx except I-49, I-55 and I-910; US 61; LA 12, LA 426
ME: I-295, I-395, I-495; ME 198, ME 230, ME 233
MD: all I-xx and all US xx; 348 state routes
MA: I-84, I-290; US 1, US 7, US 44
MI: none
MN: I-94
MS: I-10, I-20, I-59, I-110, I-220; US 72, US 82, US 90
MO: I-64, I-72, I-670; US 36, MO 370
MT: I-90, I-94, I-315; US 20; 5 state routes
NE: I-80
NV: none
NH: I-89, I-95, I-293, I-393; US 1, US 2, US 4
NJ: all I-xx and US routes; 17 state routes
NM: US 160, NM 597
NY: 14 2di/3dis; all US except US 9, US 11, US 20, US 62; 18 state routes
NC: all I-xx except I-26 and I-73; all US except US 19, US 23, US 64, US 74, US 129, US 321; 193 state routes
ND: I-94; US 10, US 52
OH: I-70, I-74, I-77, I-470, I-490; US 35, US 40, US 50, US 322, US 422; OH 821
OK: none
OR: I-82, I-84, I-405
PA: all I-xx except I-76, I-80, I-376; all US except US 6, US 62, US 119, US 224; 23 state routes
RI: I-195; US 1, US 6, US 44; RI 6A
SC: all I-xx and US routes; 173 state routes
SD: I-229, SD 240, SD 244
TN: I-26, I-40, I-124, I-140, I-275, I-640; US 11E, US 11W, US 19, US 19W, US 23, US 25, US 25W, US 58, US 74, US 129, US 421, US 441; 18 state routes
TX: I-20, I-27, I-30I-345, I-610; US 79, US 290; 9 state routes
UT: I-84; US 163; 7 state routes
VT: US 2, US 4; VT 9, VT 279
VA: entire primary system except: US 15 ALT,US 460, VA 80, VA 83, VA 167
WA: I-82; WA 108, WA 536
WV: all I-xx; all US routes except US 30; 25 state routes
WI: none
WY: I-80, I-180; WY 220, WY 390, WY 413
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: HazMatt on February 01, 2018, 02:11:13 PM
Overall interstate/US: I-66,  I-97,  US-35,  US-113,  US-158,  US-264,  US-311

DE: US-113, 301
GA: I-24, 520 || GA-246
IL: I-64
IN: I-64, 94, 275 || US-33, 35 || IN-212
IA: US-61
KY: I-64, 71, 75, 471 || US-23, 25E, 52
MD: I-81, 97, 295, 395, 795 || US-50, 113, 301
MO: I-64
NC: I-26, 40, 77, 85, 95, 240, 440, 540, 277, 485, 795 || US-19E, 19W, 21, 29, 64, 70, 129, 158, 176, 178, 221, 264, 311, 321, 421, 441, 501, 521 ||
      NC-2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 14, 18, 22, 27, 28, 39, 47, 49, 51, 54, 56, 57, 58, 61, 62, 63, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 73, 78, 80, 81, 82, 86, 88, 89, 90, 93, 98, 100, 103, 104, 105, 106, 108, 110, 113, 114, 115, 119, 120, 126, 127, 128, 134, 135, 136, 143, 147, 150, 152,          153, 157, 159, 160, 161, 162, 163, 175, 180, 181, 182, 183, 184, 194, 197, 198, 208, 209, 212, 213, 216, 217, 226, 251, 261, 268, 273, 274, 275, 279, 280, 304, 307, 345, 400, 540, 610, 690, 694, 700, 704, 705, 731, 740, 751, 770, 772, 801, 901, 902
OH: I-70, 471, 275, 675 || US-35 || OH-750
SC: I-20, 77, 85, 126, 185, 585 || SC-133, 160, 198, 216
TN: I-24, 26, 81, 140, 640, 275 || US-19, 19E, 23, 25, 58, 74, 421 || TN-133, 143, 159, 167, 352, 362, 383, 418
VA: I-66, 77, 81, 85, 95, 381, 581, 295, 395, 495 || US-11E, 11W, 21, 23, 52, 311, 421, 501 || VA-16, 62, 87, 89, 93, 96, 97, 103, 119, 138, 148, 224, 288, 323, 598
WV: I-64, 70, 81 || US-35, 52 || WV-83, 598
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: pdx-wanderer on February 01, 2018, 03:17:36 PM
Arizona: I-15, AZ-389

California: I-40, 105, 110, 210, 238, 505, 710, US-199, CA-17, 110, 134, 139

Oregon: All the interstates, US-20, 30 BYP, 101, 199, OR-6, 31, 35, 36, 38, 39, 58, 78, 99E, 99W, 126, 131, 138, 202, 217, 569

Nevada: I-15, 215, 515, US-50 ALT, 95 ALT, NV-117, 140, 160, 164, 305, 376

Idaho: I-84, 184

Utah: US-89A, UT-14, 59, 210

Washington: I-5, 205, 405, WA-20, 401, 512

Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Duke87 on February 02, 2018, 07:07:37 PM
Since it's not already linked to, my stats on Travel Mapping (http://tm.teresco.org/user/?units=miles&u=duke87).

Serves the same function as the now-dead Clinched Highway Mapping site, but we've expanded to include more route systems (and are still continuing to do so).
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: 1 on February 02, 2018, 07:09:47 PM
Since it's not already linked to, my stats on Travel Mapping (http://tm.teresco.org/user/?units=miles&u=duke87).

Serves the same function as the now-dead Clinched Highway Mapping site, but we've expanded to include more route systems (and are still continuing to do so).

One thing I want to see re-added is a map showing every route segment colored by number/percent of people traveled. CHM had this, but Travel Mapping currently does not.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: mrpablue on February 20, 2018, 03:42:58 AM
http://bit.ly/pacroadlog (http://bit.ly/pacroadlog)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: 1 on April 01, 2018, 09:11:54 AM
I've added a lot to my clinched list. Enough that my signature only has some of them.

Interstates: I-(-1), I-21 (FritzOwl), I-42, I-69N, I-80 in Hawaii, I-86NEWS, I-86SENSES, I-88 (NY/MA) (already had the NY part before), I-91 (FL), I-290 (MA) (not new), I-291 (MA) (not new), I-366 (VA), I-420 (GA), I-666 (VA)

US routes: US -2+i, US 3 Corporation (formerly US 3 Business), US 437, US 801

State routes I had before: PA/NJ 90 (when I clinched it, the PA segment was unnumbered), NY 96B, NH 97, MA 125, MA 228

State (or equivalent) routes I didn't have before: S1 (Space), AA 6 (Alanland), AA 8, GA 13 Connector (serious on this one), NY 17Z, NY 17Φ (they ran out of Latin letters), MC 44 (Minecraft), MA 48 (my own proposal), MC 59, MA/NH 213 (clinched MA 213 earlier, but it has been extended), MC 244, MC 244A, AA 401, VA 90006, CA 90210

EDIT: April Fools. The only actual addition is GA 13 Connector.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Flint1979 on April 01, 2018, 12:45:54 PM
I clinched four Michigan State Highways last night. All of them weren't too difficult since they are mostly short in distance.

M-17 is about 6 miles long. I started at US-23 and went to the eastern terminus at US-12.
M-153 is about 25 miles long. I started at M-14 and went to the eastern terminus at I-94.
M-1 is about 21 miles long. I started at Adams Avenue in downtown Detroit and went to downtown Pontiac.
M-54 is about 30 miles long. I started at I-75 at it's southern terminus and went to I-75 at it's northern terminus.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: hbelkins on April 01, 2018, 10:39:44 PM
I knocked KY 48, KY 73, KY 79, KY 84, KY 86 and KY 100 off my list this weekend.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Tarkus on April 02, 2018, 05:00:38 AM
My list is still kind of short, but grew quite a bit this past year . . .

OR
I-105
I-405
OR-8
OR-10
OR-39
OR-58
OR-99W
OR-141
OR-205
OR-217
OR-221
OR-233
OR-240
OR-242
OR-429
OR-569
Almost
I-5 (I've never actually been behind the wheel going over the Interstate Bridge--all of my crossings to/from WA have been over US-97 and 197)
I-205 (missing the Glenn Jackson and a little bit in the Clackamas area)
US-97 (just missing a sliver between Midland and the CA border)

CA
CA-24
CA-242

WA
US-197

NV
I-515
US-50 Alt
NV-292
Almost
I had I-11 in its form as of September 2017, but the Boulder City Bypass progress has taken it from me.

AZ
US-93
AZ-202 (will lose once the South Mountain Freeway portion is finished)
AZ-303
AZ-587
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: adventurernumber1 on April 06, 2018, 03:57:50 PM
I've added a lot to my clinched list. Enough that my signature only has some of them.

Interstates: I-(-1), I-21 (FritzOwl), I-42, I-69N, I-80 in Hawaii, I-86NEWS, I-86SENSES, I-88 (NY/MA) (already had the NY part before), I-91 (FL), I-290 (MA) (not new), I-291 (MA) (not new), I-366 (VA), I-420 (GA), I-666 (VA)

US routes: US -2+i, US 3 Corporation (formerly US 3 Business), US 437, US 801

State routes I had before: PA/NJ 90 (when I clinched it, the PA segment was unnumbered), NY 96B, NH 97, MA 125, MA 228

State (or equivalent) routes I didn't have before: S1 (Space), AA 6 (Alanland), AA 8, GA 13 Connector (serious on this one), NY 17Z, NY 17Φ (they ran out of Latin letters), MC 44 (Minecraft), MA 48 (my own proposal), MC 59, MA/NH 213 (clinched MA 213 earlier, but it has been extended), MC 244, MC 244A, AA 401, VA 90006, CA 90210

EDIT: April Fools. The only actual addition is GA 13 Connector.

I must have been fooling myself. All this time, I thought that US -2+i was a real highway. I had even already set aside future trip plans to clinch this route on April 1, 2068. What a shame to find out it was nothing but a joke.

 :bigass:  :-D


Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: countysigns on April 06, 2018, 08:27:14 PM
Colorado: I-76

DC: US-50

Florida: I-295, FL-9B, FL-224

Georgia: I-95

Illinois: I-80, I-90, I-94, I-190, I-355, US-41, IL-394

Indiana: I-80, I-90, I-94, IN-312, IN-520, IN-912

Iowa: I-80

Kentucky: I-471

Maryland: I-270

Michigan: I-75, I-94, I-375, I-475, I-675, US-23, US-24, US-223, M-1, M-5, M-8, M-10, M-14, M-39, M-85, M-102, M-125, M-153, M-185 (on foot :D)

Nebraska: I-76

North Carolina: I-74, I-77

Ohio: I-74, I-75, I-77, I-80, I-90, I-280, I-471, I-475, I-480N, I-490, I-675, US-20A, US-24, US-223, OH-25, OH-51, OH-64, OH-105, OH-110, OH-120, OH-163, OH-184, OH-199, OH-228, OH-246, OH-295, OH-300, OH-315, OH-357, OH-358, OH-420, OH-568, OH-579, OH-582, OH-600, OH-635, OH-778, OH-795

Pennsylvania: I-70, I-80, I-86, I-90

Tennessee: I-55

Virginia: I-64, I-77

West Virginia: I-77

Wisconsin: I-90, I-794, I-894
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Eth on April 06, 2018, 09:24:27 PM
Most of mine are on Travel Mapping (http://tm.teresco.org/shields/clinched.php?units=miles&u=eth), though not all, since a few state route systems (i.e. Alabama) aren't in there yet.

2-digit Interstates (entire route): 16, 66, 68, 97
US Highways (entire route): none

By state: (listing signed mainline routes only)

Alabama: AL 109, AL 165, AL 208
California: CA 27, CA 154
Connecticut: I-95
Delaware: I-95, I-295, I-495
District of Columbia: All numbered routes and the George Washington Parkway
Florida: I-395, FL 9B, FL 273, FL 874, FL 907, FL 970
Georgia: I-16, I-20, I-24, I-59, I-75, I-85, I-95, I-185, I-285, I-475, I-516, I-520, I-575, I-675, I-985, US 123, GA 13, GA 20, GA 55, GA 70, GA 71, GA 81, GA 84, GA 85, GA 124, GA 138, GA 142, GA 154, GA 155, GA 162, GA 186, GA 236, GA 237, GA 260, GA 264, GA 274, GA 279, GA 306, GA 314, GA 316, GA 317, GA 324, GA 331, GA 360, GA 365, GA 378, GA 380, GA 400, GA 410, GA 515
Massachusetts: I-84, I-93
Maryland: I-68, I-81, I-83, I-95, I-97, I-195, I-270, I-295, I-370, I-495, I-595 (OK, that one's unsigned), I-695, I-795, I-895, US 15, US 29, US 340, MD 28, MD 80, MD 85, MD 94, MD 107, MD 109, MD 112, MD 115, MD 117, MD 118, MD 119, MD 121, MD 124, MD 182, MD 186, MD 188, MD 189, MD 190, MD 191, MD 355, MD 396, MD 547, MD 586, MD 614, MD 650, MD 911
North Carolina: I-85, I-95, NC 60
New Hampshire: I-89, I-393
New Jersey: NJ Turnpike
New York: I-95
Rhode Island: I-95
South Carolina: I-20, I-85, I-520, SC 30
Tennessee: I-81, I-640, US 19 (but not 19W or 19E)
Virginia: I-66, I-77, I-81, I-85, I-95, I-381, I-395, I-495, US 11E
West Virginia: I-68, I-79, I-81, US 340
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: froggie on April 06, 2018, 10:03:36 PM
Quote
since a few state route systems (i.e. Alabama) aren't in there yet.

I'm working on that...😌
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: freebrickproductions on April 06, 2018, 10:43:46 PM
I want to say the only highway I've "clinched" is I-565.
Guess I might as well update my list of entire routes I've clenched:
I-565 (AL)
I-759 (AL)
I-440 (TN)
I-359 (AL)
Alt. US 72 (AL)
Business US 231 (AL)
AL 34
AL 35
AL 235
AL 255
AL 759
TN 121 (IIRC)
TN 122
FL 12
FL 30A
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: kphoger on October 13, 2020, 10:52:22 AM
On my last trip, without really meaning to, I clinched a few additional routes:

KS-144
CO-116
CO-150
NM-72
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: NWI_Irish96 on October 13, 2020, 06:02:55 PM
Updated

If we are counting one state's portion of a multi-state route as a clinch, then this is my list, with * indicating that the entire route is clinched across all states.

*I-8: CA, AZ
*I-11: NV (for now)
*I-17: AZ
*I-19: AZ
I-25: CO
I-30: AR
*I-39: IL, WI
I-40: CA, AZ, NM, TX
*I-41: IL, WI
*I-43: WI
I-44: MO
I-55: IL
I-64: IL, IN, KY, WV
*I-65: AL, TN, KY, IN
*I-66: VA, DC
*I-68: WV, MD
I-69: MS (for now), IN
I-70: CO, KS, MO, IL, IN, OH, WV, PA
I-71: KY
*I-74: IA, IL, IN, OH, NC (unless something new got designated since 2017)
I-75: GA, KY, OH
*I-76W: CO, NE
I-78: PA, NJ
I-80: NE, IA, IL, IN, OH, PA, NJ
*I-88(W): IL
I-90: WY, SD, MN, WI, IL, IN, PA
I-94: MT, ND, MN, WI, IL, IN
I-95: DC, MD, NY, CT
*I-96: MI

*I-205 (CA)
*I-110 (CA), *I-110 (MS)
*I-515 (NV)
*I-225 (CO)
*I-238 (CA)
*I-440 (TN)
*I-345 (TX)
*I-155 (IL), *I-355 (IL)
*I-164 (IN), *I-264 (KY)
*I-265 (IN), *I-265 (KY), *I-465 (IN), *I-865 (IN)
*I-469 (IN)
*I-170 (MO), *I-270 (CO) , I-270 (IL), *I-270 (MD), *I-470 (OH/WV), I-670 (OH)
*I-474 (IL)
*I-275 (TN), I-275 (IN), *I-375 (MI), *I-475 (GA), *I-475 (OH)
*I-277 (OH)
*I-579 (PA)
*I-180 (IL) *I-280 (IL/MO)
*I-190 (SD), *I-190 (IL), *I-290 (IL)
*I-393 (NH)
*I-294 (IL), *I-194 (MI), *I-794 (WI), *I-894 (WI)
*I-195 (MD), *I-295 (MD/DC), *I-395 (FL), *I-395 (DC/VA), *I-495 (MD/DC/VA), *I-695 (DC)
*I-196 (MI), *I-296 (MI), *I-496 (MI)

US 6: IL, IN
US 12: IL, IN, MI
US 14: IL
US 20: IL, IN
US 24: IN
US 27: IN
US 30: IL, IN
US 31: IN, MI
US 33: IN
US 41: IN, IL
US 50: IN
US 52: IL, IN
US 131: IN
US 136: IN
US 150: IN
US 224: IN
US 421: IN

Indiana State Highways:
1, 2, 3(S), 3(N), 4(W), 4(C), 4(E), 5, 7, 8(W), 8(E), 9, 10, 11(S), 11(N), 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 22(E), 22(W), 23, 25(S), 25(N), 26(W), 26(E), 28, 29, 32, 37(S), 37(N), 38(W), 38(E), 39(S), 39(N), 42, 43(S), 43(N), 44(W), 47, 48(C), 49, 51, 53, 55, 60, 62, 63(N), 66, 67, 68, 69, 70(W), 70(E), 71(S), 71(N), 75(S), 75(N)

101(S), 101(N), 103, 104, 105, 106, 109(S), 109(N), 110(W), 110(E), 111, 114(W), 114(C), 114(E), 115, 116, 117, 119(S), 119(N), 120, 121(S), 121(N), 124, 127, 128, 130, 134, 135, 140, 142, 143, 144(W), 144(W), 145, 149, 152, 156, 158, 160, 161, 162, 163, 164, 165, 166, 167, 168

201, 203, 205, 211, 212, 213, 218(W), 218(E), 225, 232, 234(W), 234(E), 235, 236(W), 236(E), 237(S), 237(N), 240, 243, 245, 249, 250(W), 252, 256, 258, 261, 263, 264, 265, 267(S), 267(N), 269, 301, 312, 327, 329, 331, 332, 335(S), 335(N), 337(S), 337(N), 340, 341, 352, 356(E), 362, 427, 441, 445, 446, 450, 458, 462, 520, 524, 545(S), 545(N), 550(E), 558, 641, 645, 650, 662, 727, 827, 912, 930, 931(S), 931(N), 933

Illinois State Highways:
7, 19, 21, 25, 31, 43, 50, 58, 62, 68, 102, 113, 114, 126, 129, 171, 390, 394

Michigan State Highways:
6, 14, 22, 37, 40, 51, 62, 63, 78, 86, 89, 96, 100, 103, 109, 113, 139, 140, 143, 152, 179, 201, 204, 216, 217, 222, 231, 239, 294, 343

Kentucky State Highways:
146, 524, 660, 841, 864, 907, 913, 1065, 1116, 1142, 1230, 1447, 1631, 1703, 1727, 1747, 1793, 1817, 1819, 1849, 1861, 1865, 1931, 1932, 1934, 2049, 2050, 2051, 2052, 2053, 2054, 2055, 2056, 2262, 2672, 2845, 2857, 2860, 3084, 3222, 3223

Arizona State Highways:
68

Colorado State Highways:
1, 41

Florida State Highways:
30, 79, 281, 970

Wisconsin State Highways:
30

Utah State Highways:
16, 162, 269

Maryland State Highways:
218

Alabama State Highways:
167

New Mexico State Highways:
597

South Carolina State Highways:
38, 576

Texas State Highways:
Spur 97

Virginia State Highways:
27, 110, 233, 241, 400, 401, 402

Washington State Highways:
104, 433

Ohio State Highways:
814

Massachusetts State Highways:
25

Nevada State Highways:
172
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: thspfc on October 13, 2020, 08:05:57 PM
My list is short.
Interstates: I-76 (CO-NE), I-180 (NE), I-190 (IL), I-235 (IA), I-535, I-894
US routes:  :-/
State routes: WI-30, MT-64, WI-172
Interstates within a state: I-39 in WI, I-76 in NE, I-76 in CO, I-80 in NE (no, I am not proud that this is my most notable clinch  :-D), I-90 in WI (99% sure)
There might be some that I'm not remembering. Maybe once I start roadtripping more I will actually keep track.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Flint1979 on October 13, 2020, 11:04:37 PM
I clinched M-52 finally. I started at the Ohio state line and drove north to it's northern terminus at M-46 west of Saginaw.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: TheHighwayMan394 on October 13, 2020, 11:34:32 PM
Here’s my file: https://travelmapping.net/shields/clinched.php?units=miles&u=thehighwayman3561

Long haul interstates clinched: 35 and 90
State systems clinched: CO, MN, WI

US routes: 61, 138, 141

Notable lengthy MN routes: 1, 7, 11, 23, 60, 61, 65
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: frankenroad on October 14, 2020, 09:12:21 AM
My list of Interstates is below.   I am not going to list the state and US highways now (there are many).

But, I offer the following clinches, in other than a car/van/truck:

M-185 - bicycle
OH-357 - bicycle and golf cart
OH-575 - golf cart

Note - all three of these are on small islands that cater to tourists.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: NWI_Irish96 on October 14, 2020, 09:35:35 AM
Here’s my file: https://travelmapping.net/shields/clinched.php?units=miles&u=thehighwayman3561

Long haul interstates clinched: 35 and 90
State systems clinched: CO, MN, WI

US routes: 61, 138, 141

Notable lengthy MN routes: 1, 7, 11, 23, 60, 61, 65

Wow, I've been using travelmapping for a long time and never knew that feature existed!
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Rothman on October 14, 2020, 01:45:23 PM
Here’s my file: https://travelmapping.net/shields/clinched.php?units=miles&u=thehighwayman3561

Long haul interstates clinched: 35 and 90
State systems clinched: CO, MN, WI

US routes: 61, 138, 141

Notable lengthy MN routes: 1, 7, 11, 23, 60, 61, 65

Wow, I've been using travelmapping for a long time and never knew that feature existed!
Looks like they are also differentiating between traveled and clinched now, too, on this regard.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Flint1979 on October 14, 2020, 01:48:14 PM
Who has clinched IN-520? Not just once but multiple times.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Jim on October 14, 2020, 04:06:21 PM
Here’s my file: https://travelmapping.net/shields/clinched.php?units=miles&u=thehighwayman3561

Long haul interstates clinched: 35 and 90
State systems clinched: CO, MN, WI

US routes: 61, 138, 141

Notable lengthy MN routes: 1, 7, 11, 23, 60, 61, 65

Wow, I've been using travelmapping for a long time and never knew that feature existed!
Looks like they are also differentiating between traveled and clinched now, too, on this regard.

The feature's been there (including both traveled and clinched options) pretty much since the beginning (early 2016).  The fact that some regular users never found it reminds me how badly TM's overall site navigation still needs a lot of work.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: NWI_Irish96 on October 14, 2020, 06:12:40 PM
Who has clinched IN-520? Not just once but multiple times.

I have several times, including twice today.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: hobsini2 on October 14, 2020, 07:54:17 PM
I noticed that in the https://travelmapping.net/hb/?units=miles&u=thehighwayman3561& there is no data for Mississippi state highways. Is someone working on that?
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Flint1979 on October 15, 2020, 08:10:01 AM
Who has clinched IN-520? Not just once but multiple times.

I have several times, including twice today.
That has got to be the easiest highway to clinch ever. I've done it several times as well.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: NWI_Irish96 on October 15, 2020, 08:18:19 AM
Who has clinched IN-520? Not just once but multiple times.

I have several times, including twice today.
That has got to be the easiest highway to clinch ever. I've done it several times as well.

Kids were off school so we took a quick trip up to New Buffalo. US 12 between 149 and 520 is fantastic right now with the fall colors at peak.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: formulanone on October 15, 2020, 08:33:44 AM
I noticed that in the https://travelmapping.net/hb/?units=miles&u=thehighwayman3561& there is no data for Mississippi state highways. Is someone working on that?

Yes, but it's in progress. There's actually around 400 highways in the Mississippi state system. There's MDOT reference data, but many are either unsigned or partially County-maintained, and GMSV is missing/ancient...just to make it difficult.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Flint1979 on October 15, 2020, 06:02:45 PM
Who has clinched IN-520? Not just once but multiple times.

I have several times, including twice today.
That has got to be the easiest highway to clinch ever. I've done it several times as well.

Kids were off school so we took a quick trip up to New Buffalo. US 12 between 149 and 520 is fantastic right now with the fall colors at peak.
Sweet. I should make a trip to Brown County again.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: CoreySamson on October 16, 2020, 05:03:16 PM
My list is pretty small for this forum:

Alabama:
Interstates:I-10*
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Arkansas:
Interstates: I-440*
State Routes: AR 151*
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Louisiana:
Interstates: I-12*I-110*
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Mississippi:
Interstates:I-10*I-55*
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Oklahoma:
Interstates:I-444 (unsigned)
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Tennessee:
Other Freeways:Sam Cooper Blvd*
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Texas:
Interstates: I-345 (unsigned)I-369 (for now)
US Routes: US 75
State Routes: TX 35TX 288TX 316TX 332
State Business Routes: TX 35 Business CTX 35 Business ETX 288 Business B
State Spur Routes: TX Spur 10TX Spur 28TX Spur 91
State Loop Routes: TX Loop 151TX Loop 274
State Toll Routes: TX 288 Toll Lanes
Farm-To-Market Roads:FM 360*FM 523FM 1301FM 1462FM 1495*FM 1875*FM 2004*FM 2403FM 2611
Other Freeways:Fort Bend Tollway*Hardy Toll Road*

*Asterisk indicates I clinched as passenger.

UPDATE: 9/2/22
I have now clinched I-444.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Buck87 on October 21, 2020, 11:58:23 AM
I recently added I-72 and I-865
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: JayhawkCO on November 12, 2020, 10:57:06 AM
A lot. (https://travelmapping.net/shields/clinched.php?units=miles&u=jayhawkco) 

Started to type everything out, but it probably would have taken the better part of a couple hours.

Chris
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: webny99 on September 09, 2021, 07:47:10 PM
Slight bump here, but after clinching I-495 in MA last weekend, I have now clinched the two longest 3dis in the country and three of the longest ten (I-476 in PA*, I-495 in MA, and I-390 in NY). I've also chipped away at the third-longest (I-287 in NY/NJ) but still missing the section south of I-78.



*Calling it clinched despite not having used the US 11 connector. More discussion of that tedious situation can be found here (https://www.aaroads.com/forum/index.php?topic=30069.msg2654535#msg2654535).
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: US 89 on September 10, 2021, 12:48:15 AM
Alright, might as well...

Interstates: 14, 16, 22, 24, 82, 86 western, 124, 180 WY, 180 NE, 185 SC, 185 GA, 190 IL, 215 UT, 225, 235 OK, 285 GA, 345, 385, 440 TN, 444, 459, 475 GA, 516, 520, 540 AR, 555, 565, 575, 585, 675 GA, 759, 840 TN, 985

US highways: 91, 123, 163, 189, 491, 550

Statewide segments of interstates otherwise not fully clinched: 15 in AZ/UT/ID, 20 in GA, 29 in MO, 40 in OK and AR, 41 in IL (hard to not do), 55 in TN, 59 in GA, 64 in MO, 70 in UT/KS/MO, 80 in NV/UT/WY/NE, 84 in ID/UT, 85 in AL/GA, 95 in NH

Statewide segments of US highways otherwise not fully clinched: 6 in UT, 20 in MT, 31 in KY (disregarding the W/E split), 40 in UT, 50 in UT, 64 in AZ, 76 in TN, 84 in CO, 89 in AZ/UT/ID/WY, 160 in NM

Way too many state routes to list here. Signed ones are here (https://travelmapping.net/shields/clinched.php?units=miles&u=roadguy2), but I should note that I recognize unsigned route clinches just as much as signed ones.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Great Lakes Roads on September 10, 2021, 02:25:32 AM
Oh boy, this will take me a while...

Interstates-19, 39, 41, 57, 72, 76 (western), 115, 315, 225, 129, 229, 235 (IA, KS), 335, 435, 635 (KS/MO), 535, 240 (NC), 540 (NC), 840 (TN), 355, 359, 264 (VA), 464, 564, 664, 465, 865, 265 (IN), 469, 670 (MO/KS), 270 Spur, 370, 470 (OH/WV), 172, 475 (GA), 675, 277 (NC), 279, 579, 180 (IL, NE, WY), 280 (IL/IA), 381, 581, 184, 189, 190 (IL, SD), 290 (IL, NY), 490, 690, 890, 293, 194 (MI, ND), 294, 794, 894, 395 (DC/VA, ME), 495 (ME), 695, 196, 296
US Highways-20

Will be adding more later.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Bruce on September 10, 2021, 03:21:50 AM
My stats: https://travelmapping.net/user/?units=miles&u=sounderbruce

Going to only do this one state at a time.

WASHINGTON

Interstates: I-5, I-82, I-90, I-182 I-205, I-405, I-705
I-5 BL (Castle Rock), I-90 BL (Ellensburg, Moses Lake, Ritzville)

U.S. Routes: US 2, US 97 Alt, US 101 Alt, US 197, US 730
US 2/97 Bus (Cashmere), US 97/SR 20 Bus (Okanogan), US 97 Spur (Orondo), US 195 Spur (Uniontown), US 395 Future (Spokane), US 730 Spur (Wallula)

State Routes: SR 4, SR 7, SR 8, SR 10, SR 11, SR 16, SR 18, SR 19, SR 22, SR 24, SR 35, SR 41, SR 92, SR 96, SR 99, SR 100, SR 102, SR 104, SR 107, SR 108, SR 109, SR 110, SR 113, SR 115, SR 116, SR 117, SR 119, SR 121, SR 122, SR 123, SR 124, SR 128, SR 131, SR 141, SR 150, SR 153, SR 161, SR 162, SR 163, SR 164, SR 167, SR 169, SR 170, SR 171, SR 173, SR 181, SR 193, SR 202, SR 203, SR 204, SR 213, SR 215, SR 223, SR 224, SR 225, SR 240, SR 241, SR 270, SR 274, SR 278, SR 281, SR 282, SR 283, SR 285, SR 290, SR 300, SR 302, SR 303, SR 305, SR 307, SR 308, SR 401, SR 409, SR 410, SR 411, SR 432, SR 433, SR 500, SR 501, SR 502, SR 503, SR 504, SR 506, SR 507, SR 508, SR 509, SR 510, SR 512, SR 513, SR 515, SR 516, SR 518, SR 519, SR 520, SR 522, SR 523, SR 524, SR 525, SR 526, SR 527, SR 528, SR 529, SR 530, SR 531, SR 532, SR 534, SR 536, SR 538, SR 542, SR 543, SR 544, SR 547, SR 599, SR 702, SR 704, SR 821, SR 823, SR 900, SR 902, SR 903, SR 904, SR 906, SR 970, SR 971
SR 14 Bus (Camas), SR 20 Spur (Anacortes), SR 100 Spur (Ft Canby), SR 104 Spur (Edmonds), SR 105 Spur (Aberdeen), SR 108 Bus (McCleary), SR 110 Spur (Mora), SR 125 Spur (Walla Walla), SR 129 Spur (Clarkston), SR 141 Alt (Underwood), SR 155 Spur (Omak), SR 281 Spur (George), SR 302 Spur (Purdy), SR 501 Spur (Vancouver), SR 503 Spur (Cougar), SR 510 Spur (Yelm), SR 524 Spur (Edmonds), SR 524 Spur (Lynnwood), SR 525 Spur (Mukilteo), SR 529 Spur (Everett), SR 903 Spur (Cle Elum)

Italics indicate an unsigned route.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: XamotCGC on September 10, 2021, 02:00:39 PM
Do state highways count?

Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: formulanone on September 10, 2021, 02:07:03 PM
Do state highways count?

Sure! Everything counts in large amounts.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: XamotCGC on September 10, 2021, 02:21:00 PM
State Routes: Kentucky:  KY 208 KY 289 KY 555 KY 2154 KY 245 KY 1195
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Flint1979 on September 11, 2021, 06:56:41 AM
For longer Michigan State Highways (longer than 50 miles), I've clinched M-13, M-25, M-46, M-52 and M-57.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: NWI_Irish96 on September 11, 2021, 09:40:44 AM
I recently added IL 53 and IL 59 to my list.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: CoreySamson on October 16, 2021, 10:19:25 PM
Today I clinched FM 2611, my first new clinch in almost a year.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: RoadRebel on October 20, 2021, 05:22:18 AM
North Carolina:

US-521
I-73
I-240
I-440
I-277
I-85BL
I-285
I-485
I-785

NC State Highways:
7
16BL (West of Lake Norman)
51
75
84
128
160
179
218
273

South Carolina:
I-77
I-126
I-585

SC State Highways
51 (Unusual duplicate segment between NC-51 and US-21)
75
122
160
161
179
274
277
460
914

I'm probably missing a few, but that about sums it up. Many other routes are well on the way to clinched status.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: JayhawkCO on October 20, 2021, 09:43:07 AM
Just clinched my 1000th route on my last trip.  Up to 1008 (https://travelmapping.net/shields/clinched.php?units=miles&u=jayhawkco).

Chris
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: paulthemapguy on October 20, 2021, 09:46:10 AM
Just clinched my 1000th route on my last trip.  Up to 1008 (https://travelmapping.net/shields/clinched.php?units=miles&u=jayhawkco).

Chris

You clinched all of Nova Scotia's freeways?  Consider me jealous.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: JayhawkCO on October 20, 2021, 10:45:35 AM
Just clinched my 1000th route on my last trip.  Up to 1008 (https://travelmapping.net/shields/clinched.php?units=miles&u=jayhawkco).

Chris

You clinched all of Nova Scotia's freeways?  Consider me jealous.

Including the two little stubby ones that don't go anywhere. Didn't see another car the whole time on NS-162.  I think my favorite was NS-107 out to the east shore.  Reminded me a lot of northern Minnesota out there, but still only half an hour away from Halifax.  Seems like a nice place to have some property not that I immediately went on Zillow to check out how much stuff was going for...

Chris
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: NWI_Irish96 on November 01, 2021, 08:25:14 PM
Updating my list for Indiana: All
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: J3ebrules on November 01, 2021, 11:42:32 PM
I wish there were a spreadsheet or survey or something where each AARoads person could enter the highways they’ve clinched so we could analyze trends including popularity among roadgeeks, which highways the community has barely touched, highways traveled among different states of residence, etc. That would be fascinating information.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Bruce on November 02, 2021, 03:13:07 AM
I wish there were a spreadsheet or survey or something where each AARoads person could enter the highways they’ve clinched so we could analyze trends including popularity among roadgeeks, which highways the community has barely touched, highways traveled among different states of residence, etc. That would be fascinating information.

That would be TravelMapping (https://travelmapping.net/), where users can enter in their own clinches. The maps (such as Washington for me (https://travelmapping.net/user/mapview.php?units=miles&u=sounderbruce&rg=WA)) also allow you to display routes by the number of travelers. It takes a bit of poking around, but there are a handful of highways in Washington that have recorded 1 or 2 roadgeeks on them.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Rothman on November 02, 2021, 06:54:12 AM
I wish there were a spreadsheet or survey or something where each AARoads person could enter the highways they’ve clinched so we could analyze trends including popularity among roadgeeks, which highways the community has barely touched, highways traveled among different states of residence, etc. That would be fascinating information.

That would be TravelMapping (https://travelmapping.net/), where users can enter in their own clinches. The maps (such as Washington for me (https://travelmapping.net/user/mapview.php?units=miles&u=sounderbruce&rg=WA)) also allow you to display routes by the number of travelers. It takes a bit of poking around, but there are a handful of highways in Washington that have recorded 1 or 2 roadgeeks on them.
TravelMapping also provides some incredible statistics for users in their log files.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: NWI_Irish96 on November 02, 2021, 08:43:45 AM
I wish there were a spreadsheet or survey or something where each AARoads person could enter the highways they’ve clinched so we could analyze trends including popularity among roadgeeks, which highways the community has barely touched, highways traveled among different states of residence, etc. That would be fascinating information.

That would be TravelMapping (https://travelmapping.net/), where users can enter in their own clinches. The maps (such as Washington for me (https://travelmapping.net/user/mapview.php?units=miles&u=sounderbruce&rg=WA)) also allow you to display routes by the number of travelers. It takes a bit of poking around, but there are a handful of highways in Washington that have recorded 1 or 2 roadgeeks on them.

Indiana was one of the later states to have its state highways added to the database, and that's what really motivated me to finish the entire state.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: hbelkins on November 02, 2021, 11:39:51 AM
...insert standard complaint about the TM input method here...
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Rothman on November 02, 2021, 11:40:49 AM
...insert standard complaint about the TM input method here...
Heh.  It is tedious and for dedicated geeks.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: JayhawkCO on November 02, 2021, 12:17:51 PM
It's gotten better for multi-state routes at least.

Chris
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: NWI_Irish96 on November 02, 2021, 12:28:03 PM
...insert standard complaint about the TM input method here...
Heh.  It is tedious and for dedicated geeks.

Yes, and it's also free. I don't mind doing all that work myself if the alternative is paying to have it be more user-friendly.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Jim on November 02, 2021, 01:42:06 PM
As was mentioned above, I find it interesting to poke around TM's Mapview (https://travelmapping.net/user/mapview.php) and choose "Color by Traveler Count" in the first dropdown at the top once you have a map up.  You can pretty easily find routes that are untraveled or very lightly traveled by our users.  In all Mapview views, you can click on a road segment to see how many have traveled it, and then if you click on that traveler count and hover over, it shows the list of travelers.  (I don't load that before the click there as it would greatly slow down page loads to construct those lists for every traveled segment.)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: JayhawkCO on November 02, 2021, 01:52:57 PM
As was mentioned above, I find it interesting to poke around TM's Mapview (https://travelmapping.net/user/mapview.php) and choose "Color by Traveler Count" in the first dropdown at the top once you have a map up.  You can pretty easily find routes that are untraveled or very lightly traveled by our users.  In all Mapview views, you can click on a road segment to see how many have traveled it, and then if you click on that traveler count and hover over, it shows the list of travelers.  (I don't load that before the click there as it would greatly slow down page loads to construct those lists for every traveled segment.)

I also enjoy this, and why I created this thread (https://www.aaroads.com/forum/index.php?topic=29352.msg2615815#msg2615815) which I probably need to update for myself.

Chris
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: 7/8 on November 02, 2021, 03:03:13 PM
As was mentioned above, I find it interesting to poke around TM's Mapview (https://travelmapping.net/user/mapview.php) and choose "Color by Traveler Count" in the first dropdown at the top once you have a map up.  You can pretty easily find routes that are untraveled or very lightly traveled by our users.  In all Mapview views, you can click on a road segment to see how many have traveled it, and then if you click on that traveler count and hover over, it shows the list of travelers.  (I don't load that before the click there as it would greatly slow down page loads to construct those lists for every traveled segment.)

Wow, this taught me a lot of functionality I didn't know existed. Thanks!
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Rothman on November 02, 2021, 05:41:59 PM
...insert standard complaint about the TM input method here...
Heh.  It is tedious and for dedicated geeks.

Yes, and it's also free. I don't mind doing all that work myself if the alternative is paying to have it be more user-friendly.
Same, but I can't deny the nerdy usability factor.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: NWI_Irish96 on November 02, 2021, 05:44:25 PM
As was mentioned above, I find it interesting to poke around TM's Mapview (https://travelmapping.net/user/mapview.php) and choose "Color by Traveler Count" in the first dropdown at the top once you have a map up.  You can pretty easily find routes that are untraveled or very lightly traveled by our users.  In all Mapview views, you can click on a road segment to see how many have traveled it, and then if you click on that traveler count and hover over, it shows the list of travelers.  (I don't load that before the click there as it would greatly slow down page loads to construct those lists for every traveled segment.)

So I was playing around with this and noticed that different numbers of people have clinched the VA, DC and MD portions of the Wilson Bridge.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: DJDBVT on November 02, 2021, 07:00:06 PM
CONNECTICUT:

I-91, I 95, I-384, I-395, I-691, CT 8, CT 169, CT 193

MASSACHUSETTS:

I-90, I-91, I-93, I-95, I-190, I-195, I-290, I-291, I-295, I-391, I-395, I-495, US 7, US 44, US 202, MA 3, MA 3A, MA 8, MA 8A (both), MA 12, MA 13, MA 19, MA 20A, MA 24, MA 25, MA 32, MA 32A, MA 33, MA 43, MA 47, MA 56, MA 62, MA 63, MA 66, MA 68, MA 78, MA 79, MA 80, MA 81, MA 88, MA 101, MA 103, MA 104, MA 105, MA 112, MA 116, MA 119, MA 122, MA 122A, MA 131, MA 136, MA 138, MA 140, MA 142, MA 143, MA 146, MA 168, MA 169, MA 177, MA 181, MA 193, MA 198

NEW HAMPSHIRE:

I-89, I-93, I-95, I-293, I 393, US 2, US 202, US 302, NH 4A, NH 9, NH 9A, NH 10, NH 10A, NH 11, NH 12, NH 12A (both), NH 13, NH 18, NH 25A, NH 31, NH 32, NH 49, NH 63, NH 78, NH 101, NH 101A, NH 103, NH 112, NH 119, NH 120, NH 123, NH 123A (both) NH 124, NH 135, NH 136, NH 137, NH 202A

NEW YORK:

US 4, NY 9D, NY 22A, NY 149, NY 313, NY 346

RHODE ISLAND:

I-95, I-195, I-295, RI 24, RI 77, RI 81, RI 122, RI 136, RI 138, RI 146, RI 177, RI 179, RI 214, RI 238

VERMONT:

I-89, I-91, I-93, I-189, US 2, US 4, US 5, US 7, US 302, VT 2A, VT 2B, VT 3, VT 4A, VT 5A, VT 7A, VT 7B, VT 8, VT 8A,  VT 9, VT 10, VT 10A, VT 11, VT 12, VT 12A, VT 14, VT 15, VT 15A, VT 16, VT 17, VT 18, VT 22A, VT 23, VT 25, VT 25A, VT 25B, VT 26, VT 30, VT 31, VT 35, VT 36, VT 44, VT 44A, VT 53, VT 58, VT 62, VT 63, VT 64, VT 65, VT 66, VT 67, VT 67A, VT 73, VT 74, VT 78, VT 100, VT 100A, VT 100B, VT 100C, VT 101, VT 102, VT 103, VT 104, VT 104A, VT 105, VT 106, VT 107, VT 109, VT 110, VT 111, VT 112, VT 113, VT 114, VT 116, VT 117, VT 118, VT 119, VT 120, VT 121, VT 122, VT 123, VT 127, VT 128, VT 129, VT 131, VT 132, VT 133, VT 140, VT 142, VT 143, VT 144, VT 149, VT 153, VT 155, VT 191, VT 207, VT 214, VT 215, VT 232, VT 236, VT 242, VT 244, VT 279, VT 289, VT 313, VT 314, VT 315, VT 346, VT F5
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: RoadRebel on November 04, 2021, 01:41:42 AM
Recent Additions:

North Carolina:
Charlotte Route 4
US-321
NC-200
NC-207
NC-522

South Carolina:
SC-207
SC-522
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: LilianaUwU on November 04, 2021, 01:57:07 AM
The strangest clinch I have is A-740 in Québec City, which I've clinched thanks to bus routes 75 and 804.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: andrepoiy on November 04, 2021, 05:21:24 PM
TravelMapping is pretty neat, although the "numbers of drivers" may be slightly incorrect as some people maintain more than one file...

E.g. I have a file for routes I drove myself and another for routes where I was a passenger (be it in a car, bus, etc.) so it double counts
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Scott5114 on November 04, 2021, 07:46:44 PM
TravelMapping is pretty neat, although the "numbers of drivers" may be slightly incorrect as some people maintain more than one file...

E.g. I have a file for routes I drove myself and another for routes where I was a passenger (be it in a car, bus, etc.) so it double counts

On the other hand, there are a few segments of highway in western and central Kansas showing 0 travelers. According to TM, I'm the only roadgeek to ever travel the east half of K-106 (and thus the only one to ever clinch it). Nobody has ever even been on K-228 at all (and I missed my chance to be the first, because I didn't have it marked on my itinerary and thus didn't go for the easy 5-minute clinch).
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: CoolAngrybirdsrio4 on December 30, 2021, 02:02:46 AM
Alright, here we go:

MICHIGAN:
I-69, I-75, I-94, I-96, I-196, I-275, I-375, I-496, I-696
US 10, US 12, US 23, US 24, US 31, US 127, US 131, US 223
M-1, M-3, M-5, M-10, M-13, M-14, M-15, M-17, M-22, M-33, M-36, M-39, M-43, M-50, M-52, M-59, M-102, M-104, M-115, M-120, M-153

OHIO:
I-75, I-80, I-90, I-271, I-280, I-475, I-480
US 20, US 23, US 223
OH 8, OH 14, OH 25, OH 51, OH 82, OH 184 (Briefly), OH 303

KENTUCKY:
I-65, I-71, I-75
KY 100, KY 224, KY 1039

TENNESSEE:
I-24, I-40, I-65
US 31, US 31W, US 412(?)
TN 96, TN 99

ALABAMA:
I-65, I-85
US 31, US 80, US 82, US 231, US 280
AL 14, AL 22, AL 25, AL 119, AL 139, AL 143, AL 152, AL 219

GEORGIA:
I-85
GA 6/139

PENNSYLVANIA:
I-80, I-99
US 220
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: CoreySamson on June 25, 2022, 05:38:46 PM
I clinched 4 new routes yesterday, listed below. It was probably my biggest clinching day by volume of all time. I'm particularly proud of clinching TX-35, which is my longest route so far that I've clinched as a driver.

TX-35
TX-316
TX SPUR 91
FM 1301
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: webny99 on June 25, 2022, 09:37:26 PM
As was mentioned above, I find it interesting to poke around TM's Mapview (https://travelmapping.net/user/mapview.php) and choose "Color by Traveler Count" in the first dropdown at the top once you have a map up.  You can pretty easily find routes that are untraveled or very lightly traveled by our users.  In all Mapview views, you can click on a road segment to see how many have traveled it, and then if you click on that traveler count and hover over, it shows the list of travelers.  (I don't load that before the click there as it would greatly slow down page loads to construct those lists for every traveled segment.)

Wow, this taught me a lot of functionality I didn't know existed. Thanks!

Yes, same here! And that page actually loads a lot quicker when I choose "None selected" for the user, unlike when I've used the page to view my own travels, which often takes a long time to load.

Looks like I'm one of only 7 travelers to have been on NY 279, so I'm thinking that's probably my most niche clinched route!


So I was playing around with this and noticed that different numbers of people have clinched the VA, DC and MD portions of the Wilson Bridge.

Ha, yes I've noticed that myself. The DC portion is so trivial that only the truly pedantic among us notice or care about it (but among roadgeeks, that's still over 90%  :-D)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Jim on June 25, 2022, 09:46:12 PM
So I was playing around with this and noticed that different numbers of people have clinched the VA, DC and MD portions of the Wilson Bridge.

Ha, yes I've noticed that myself. The DC portion is so trivial that only the truly pedantic among us notice or care about it (but among roadgeeks, that's still over 90%  :-D)

Of course, if those users were taking advantage of the 6-field list entries we implemented in TM a while back, where you can specify the endpoints of your travels on a route that spans regions to mark the travels across region boundaries, they would not need to list the tiny DC segment to get credit for it.  For example, in my jt2022.list file for my 2022 travels, I need multiple entries for my non-contiguous travels on parts of I-95, but each such segment needs only one entry:

Code: [Select]
FL I-95 373 VA I-95 46
VA I-95 84 MD I-95 22
MD I-95 62 DE I-95 5D
DE I-95 11 PA I-95 40
NJ I-95 6 NJ I-95 15
RI I-95 21 RI I-95 23
RI I-95 27 RI I-95 29

You can mix 4-field and 6-field entries in .list files, so the last 3 could omit the second "NJ I-95" or "RI I-95" and be valid 4-field entries that specify the same travels.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: NWI_Irish96 on June 26, 2022, 10:23:18 AM
Updated with new ones in bold

If we are counting one state's portion of a multi-state route as a clinch, then this is my list, with * indicating that the entire route is clinched across all states.

*I-8: CA, AZ
*I-11: NV (for now)
*I-17: AZ
*I-19: AZ
I-25: CO
I-30: AR
*I-39: IL, WI
I-40: CA, AZ, NM, TX
*I-41: IL, WI
*I-43: WI
I-44: MO
I-55: IL
I-64: IL, IN, KY, WV
*I-65: AL, TN, KY, IN
*I-66: VA, DC
*I-68: WV, MD
I-69: MS (for now), IN
I-70: CO, KS, MO, IL, IN, OH, WV, PA
I-71: KY
*I-74: IA, IL, IN, OH, NC (unless something new got designated since 2017)
I-75: GA, KY, OH
*I-76W: CO, NE
I-78: PA, NJ
I-80: NE, IA, IL, IN, OH, PA, NJ
*I-88(W): IL
I-90: MN, WI, IL, IN, PA
I-94: MT, ND, WI, IL, IN
I-95: DC, MD, NY, CT
*I-96: MI

*I-205 (CA)
*I-110 (CA), *I-110 (MS)
*I-515 (NV)
*I-225 (CO)
*I-238 (CA)
*I-440 (TN)
*I-345 (TX)
*I-155 (IL), *I-355 (IL)
*I-164 (IN), *I-264 (KY)
*I-265 (IN), *I-265 (KY), *I-465 (IN), *I-865 (IN)
*I-469 (IN)
*I-170 (MO), *I-270 (CO) , I-270 (IL), *I-270 (MD), *I-470 (OH/WV), *I-670 (OH)
*I-474 (IL)
*I-275 (TN), I-275 (IN), *I-375 (MI), *I-475 (GA), *I-475 (OH)
*I-277 (OH)
*I-579 (PA)
*I-180 (IL) *I-280 (IL/MO)
*I-190 (SD), *I-190 (IL), *I-290 (IL)
*I-393 (NH)
*I-294 (IL), *I-194 (MI), *I-794 (WI), *I-894 (WI)
*I-195 (MD), *I-295 (MD/DC), *I-395 (FL), *I-395 (DC/VA), *I-495 (MD/DC/VA), *I-695 (DC)
*I-196 (MI), *I-296 (MI), *I-496 (MI)

US 6: IL, IN
US 12: IL, IN, MI
US 14: IL
US 20: IL, IN
US 24: IN
US 27: IN
US 30: IL, IN
US 31: IN, MI
US 33: IN
US 41: IN, IL
US 50: IN
US 52: IL, IN
US 131: IN
US 136: IN
US 150: IN
US 224: IN
US 421: IN

Indiana State Highways:
All

Illinois State Highways:
7, 18, 19, 21, 22, 23,25, 31, 38, 43, 50, 53, 56, 58, 59, 60, 62, 64, 68, 71, 72, 76, 83, 93, 102, 113, 114, 115, 119, 120, 126, 129, 131, 132, 134, 137, 170, 171, 172, 173, 176, 178, 351 390, 394

Michigan State Highways:
6, 14, 22, 37, 40, 51, 62, 63, 78, 86, 89, 96, 100, 103, 109, 113, 139, 140, 143, 152, 179, 201, 204, 216, 217, 222, 231, 239, 294, 343

Wisconsin State Highways:
30, 31, 50, 75, 120, 142, 158, 165

Kentucky State Highways:
146, 524, 660, 841, 864, 907, 913, 1065, 1116, 1142, 1230, 1447, 1631, 1703, 1727, 1747, 1793, 1817, 1819, 1849, 1861, 1865, 1931, 1932, 1934, 2049, 2050, 2051, 2052, 2053, 2054, 2055, 2056, 2262, 2672, 2845, 2857, 2860, 3084, 3222, 3223
 
Alabama State Highways:
167

Arizona State Highways:
68

Colorado State Highways:
1, 41

DC Highways:
295

Florida State Highways:
30, 79, 281, 970

Massachusetts State Highways:
25

Maryland State Highways:
218

New Mexico State Highways:
597

Nevada State Highways:
172

Ohio State Highways:
814

South Carolina State Highways:
38, 576

Texas State Highways:
Spur 97

Utah State Highways:
16, 162, 269

Vermont State Highways:
279

Virginia State Highways:
27, 110, 233, 241, 400, 401, 402

Washington State Highways:
104, 433
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: JayhawkCO on June 26, 2022, 10:36:44 AM
Up to 1130. (https://travelmapping.net/shields/clinched.php?units=miles&u=jayhawkco)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: austrini on June 27, 2022, 01:28:24 PM
Proud to say I've just clinched all the interstate highway system mileage in Alaska as of yesterday to add to Hawaii, CA, FL, and TX. Whew.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: hobsini2 on June 27, 2022, 02:35:17 PM
I just noticed I have never posted mine on this thread.  Coming soon.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: webny99 on July 03, 2022, 06:53:59 PM
So I was playing around with this and noticed that different numbers of people have clinched the VA, DC and MD portions of the Wilson Bridge.

Ha, yes I've noticed that myself. The DC portion is so trivial that only the truly pedantic among us notice or care about it (but among roadgeeks, that's still over 90%  :-D)

Of course, if those users were taking advantage of the 6-field list entries we implemented in TM a while back, where you can specify the endpoints of your travels on a route that spans regions to mark the travels across region boundaries, they would not need to list the tiny DC segment to get credit for it.  For example, in my jt2022.list file for my 2022 travels, I need multiple entries for my non-contiguous travels on parts of I-95, but each such segment needs only one entry:

Code: [Select]
FL I-95 373 VA I-95 46
VA I-95 84 MD I-95 22
MD I-95 62 DE I-95 5D
DE I-95 11 PA I-95 40
NJ I-95 6 NJ I-95 15
RI I-95 21 RI I-95 23
RI I-95 27 RI I-95 29

You can mix 4-field and 6-field entries in .list files, so the last 3 could omit the second "NJ I-95" or "RI I-95" and be valid 4-field entries that specify the same travels.

Yes, I was aware of that functionality but haven't used it myself since I have everything in my list file organized by state.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: webny99 on July 03, 2022, 07:10:31 PM
Looks like I'm one of only 7 travelers to have been on NY 279, so I'm thinking that's probably my most niche clinched route!

Browsing around a bit more, it turns out that a portion of the state route closest to home also only has 7 travelers. Which is interesting because most routes around here have at least 9-10 or more. And the legend for "# of Travelers" only goes down to 5 when zoomed in on my home region.

With that said, I figured there wasn't much hope of me being the sole clincher of anything in TM anytime soon... that is, until I remembered Manitoba, where I've logged my travels (as best I can remember) on Winnipeg City Routes, a preview system.

Turns out I'm the sole traveler on portions of MB 236, MB 238, MB 307, and MB 520, plus Winnipeg City Routes 95, 105, and 145. Heading down to North Dakota, I am presumably the sole traveler on portions of ND 17 and ND 32; I've been to both Edinburg and Park River, and have those segments of their respective routes logged even though I don't remember with 100% certainty the exact routing I took.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: FrCorySticha on July 03, 2022, 09:45:01 PM
Heading down to North Dakota, I am presumably the sole traveler on portions of ND 17 and ND 32; I've been to both Edinburg and Park River, and have those segments of their respective routes logged even though I don't remember with 100% certainty the exact routing I took.

I'm originally from that part of ND (my mom grew up in Edinburg), so it doesn't surprise me not a lot of people on TM would make it up that far. It's not quite the middle of nowhere, but pretty darn close.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Rothman on July 03, 2022, 10:27:07 PM
Looks like I'm one of only 7 travelers to have been on NY 279, so I'm thinking that's probably my most niche clinched route!

Browsing around a bit more, it turns out that a portion of the state route closest to home also only has 7 travelers. Which is interesting because most routes around here have at least 9-10 or more. And the legend for "# of Travelers" only goes down to 5 when zoomed in on my home region.

With that said, I figured there wasn't much hope of me being the sole clincher of anything in TM anytime soon... that is, until I remembered Manitoba, where I've logged my travels (as best I can remember) on Winnipeg City Routes, a preview system.

Turns out I'm the sole traveler on portions of MB 236, MB 238, MB 307, and MB 520, plus Winnipeg City Routes 95, 105, and 145. Heading down to North Dakota, I am presumably the sole traveler on portions of ND 17 and ND 32; I've been to both Edinburg and Park River, and have those segments of their respective routes logged even though I don't remember with 100% certainty the exact routing I took.
Pfft.  I don't keep track of anything on TM besides Interstates, but I've been on NY 279 as well.  Probably a decent number of other travelers have, too.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: webny99 on July 03, 2022, 11:47:08 PM
Looks like I'm one of only 7 travelers to have been on NY 279, so I'm thinking that's probably my most niche clinched route!

Browsing around a bit more, it turns out that a portion of the state route closest to home also only has 7 travelers. Which is interesting because most routes around here have at least 9-10 or more. And the legend for "# of Travelers" only goes down to 5 when zoomed in on my home region.
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Pfft.  I don't keep track of anything on TM besides Interstates, but I've been on NY 279 as well.  Probably a decent number of other travelers have, too.

Why would that have to be prefaced with pfft? The conversation was about travel mapping. (And I'm not sure why you wouldn't log all your travels if you're going to bother with TM, but that's a conversation for another day...)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Rothman on July 04, 2022, 10:02:09 AM
Looks like I'm one of only 7 travelers to have been on NY 279, so I'm thinking that's probably my most niche clinched route!

Browsing around a bit more, it turns out that a portion of the state route closest to home also only has 7 travelers. Which is interesting because most routes around here have at least 9-10 or more. And the legend for "# of Travelers" only goes down to 5 when zoomed in on my home region.
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Pfft.  I don't keep track of anything on TM besides Interstates, but I've been on NY 279 as well.  Probably a decent number of other travelers have, too.

Why would that have to be prefaced with pfft? The conversation was about travel mapping. (And I'm not sure why you wouldn't log all your travels if you're going to bother with TM, but that's a conversation for another day...)
Pfft.  TM doesn't allow you to keep track of things chronologically.  I've got separate files with my travel routes.  Like I said, I don't care about clinching anything except for Interstates and counties.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: NWI_Irish96 on July 04, 2022, 10:22:28 AM
Looks like I'm one of only 7 travelers to have been on NY 279, so I'm thinking that's probably my most niche clinched route!

Browsing around a bit more, it turns out that a portion of the state route closest to home also only has 7 travelers. Which is interesting because most routes around here have at least 9-10 or more. And the legend for "# of Travelers" only goes down to 5 when zoomed in on my home region.
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Pfft.  I don't keep track of anything on TM besides Interstates, but I've been on NY 279 as well.  Probably a decent number of other travelers have, too.

Why would that have to be prefaced with pfft? The conversation was about travel mapping. (And I'm not sure why you wouldn't log all your travels if you're going to bother with TM, but that's a conversation for another day...)
Pfft.  TM doesn't allow you to keep track of things chronologically.  I've got separate files with my travel routes.  Like I said, I don't care about clinching anything except for Interstates and counties.

The TM site doesn't sort anything chronologically, but your .list file that you submit can be sorted chronologically if that's what you want.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: webny99 on July 04, 2022, 01:00:49 PM
Pfft. TM doesn't allow you to keep track of things chronologically.  I've got separate files with my travel routes.  Like I said, I don't care about clinching anything except for Interstates and counties.

And that's fine... but by TM standards, 7 travelers on a given route is about as low as it gets in this region. Even if there are more who don't have it logged, there's no way to know that. It works fine as an approximation.


The TM site doesn't sort anything chronologically, but your .list file that you submit can be sorted chronologically if that's what you want.

Yes, I organized my list file in numerical order by state for the initial data entry, and then chronological order after that. (I've only been to 5 states since I started using TM, so all but those 5 states are still fully in numerical order.)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: webny99 on July 04, 2022, 01:04:06 PM
Heading down to North Dakota, I am presumably the sole traveler on portions of ND 17 and ND 32; I've been to both Edinburg and Park River, and have those segments of their respective routes logged even though I don't remember with 100% certainty the exact routing I took.

I'm originally from that part of ND (my mom grew up in Edinburg), so it doesn't surprise me not a lot of people on TM would make it up that far. It's not quite the middle of nowhere, but pretty darn close.

Hey, cheers. I didn't grow up in ND, but my mom's family was from that area so I spent many summers there as a kid.

I actually think most people would consider it the middle of nowhere once you get west of I-29. There's really nothing but flat farmland and the occasional small town (often with <1000 people) - a completely different world from any big city to say the least!
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Jim on July 04, 2022, 01:45:18 PM
Pfft.  TM doesn't allow you to keep track of things chronologically.  I've got separate files with my travel routes.  Like I said, I don't care about clinching anything except for Interstates and counties.

What's your granularity for chronological tracking?  Something like first and most recent travels?  By entire route?  By segments?

I've maintained my tracking that started pre-CHM and pre-TM for a few systems of interest with my highway photo pages (usai (https://www.teresco.org/pics/interstates/), usaus (https://www.teresco.org/pics/ushighways/), usany (https://www.teresco.org/pics/nyshighways/), and usama (https://www.teresco.org/pics/mahighways/), to use TM system names) where for each route I denote my year of first travels, the year I clinched the route, and the year of my most recent travels.  I don't track the year info for individual segments, just the entire route.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Rothman on July 04, 2022, 04:38:21 PM
Pfft.  TM doesn't allow you to keep track of things chronologically.  I've got separate files with my travel routes.  Like I said, I don't care about clinching anything except for Interstates and counties.

What's your granularity for chronological tracking?  Something like first and most recent travels?  By entire route?  By segments?

I've maintained my tracking that started pre-CHM and pre-TM for a few systems of interest with my highway photo pages (usai (https://www.teresco.org/pics/interstates/), usaus (https://www.teresco.org/pics/ushighways/), usany (https://www.teresco.org/pics/nyshighways/), and usama (https://www.teresco.org/pics/mahighways/), to use TM system names) where for each route I denote my year of first travels, the year I clinched the route, and the year of my most recent travels.  I don't track the year info for individual segments, just the entire route.
Just whenever I send in a new .list file to update my Interstate clinches.

Like I said, I don't clinch other systems, so whenever there's some activity on here where someone asks who's been on what, if I care enough, I dig through old travel files I've kept over the years.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Scott5114 on July 04, 2022, 05:40:57 PM
Looks like I'm one of only 7 travelers to have been on NY 279, so I'm thinking that's probably my most niche clinched route!

Browsing around a bit more, it turns out that a portion of the state route closest to home also only has 7 travelers. Which is interesting because most routes around here have at least 9-10 or more. And the legend for "# of Travelers" only goes down to 5 when zoomed in on my home region.

Heh, in McClain County, one county south of metro OKC, most of the primary state routes have between 3 and 5 travelers. There's even a segment with 1 (and it's me).
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: formulanone on July 04, 2022, 06:22:37 PM
And that's fine... but by TM standards, 7 travelers on a given route is about as low as it gets in this region. Even if there are more who don't have it logged, there's no way to know that. It works fine as an approximation.

I was looking at the Traveled by User Mapview option, and found very few segments with only 5 or 6 in Florida. With ten users at over 75% completion, that's suddenly does not seem so surprising.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: pderocco on July 05, 2022, 03:39:10 AM
I've put a lot of effort into clinching California roads. Here's my list of state highways (including the California portions of US and Interstate routes):

1, 2, 3, 4, I-5, US-6, 7, 9, I-8, I-10, 11, 14, 15/I-15, 17, 18, 19, 22, 23, 24, 25, 27, 28, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 38, 39, I-40, 41, 43, 44, 46, 47, 49, US-50, 51, 52, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 60, 62, 63, 65, 66, 67, 68, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, 79, I-80, 83, 84, 86, 89, 90, 91, 92, 94, US-95, US-97, 98, 99, US-101, 103, I-105, 107, 109, 110/I-110, 111, 114, 115, 118, 119, 121, 125, 126, 127, 129, 130, 131, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139, 142, 144, 145, 146, 147, 149, 150, 151, 153, 154, 155, 156, 158, 160, 161, 163, 166, 167, 168, 169, 170, 172, 173, 174, 177, 178, 180, 182, 183, 184, 185, 186, 187, 188, 189, 190, 191, 192, 193, 195, 197, 198, US-199, 200, 201, 202, 203, 204, I-205, 207, 209, 210/I-210, 211, 213, I-215, 216, 217, 218, 221, 223, 225, 227, 229, 232, 233, 236, 237, 238/I-238, 241, 243, 244, 245, 246, 247, 253, 254, 255, 259, 261, 263, 265, 266, 267, 269, 270, 271, 273, 274, 275, 282, 283, 284, 299, I-305, 330, 371, US-395, I-405, I-505, I-580, I-605, I-710, I-805, 905, I-980 (204 total)

I've also clinched these numbered county routes:

66, A13, A18, D3, E5, E6, E18, G1, G7, G8, G9, G11, G12, G13, G14, G15, G16, G17, G18, G19, G20, J1, J4, J21, J35, J37, J41, J44, J132, N1, N2, N3, N4, N5, N6, N7, N8, N9, R2, R3, S1, S2, S3, S4, S5, S6, S7, S8, S9, S10, S11, S12, S13, S14, S15, S16, S17, S18, S19, S21, S22, S24, S25, S26, S27, S28, S29, S30, S31, S32, S33, S34, S80 (79 total)

My record for state highway clinches in a single trip is 15, on a trip to Oregon in '17. Since I've been running low on state highways, I've started clinching numbered county routes, and last April I did 24 state or county routes in one trip mostly around the Bay Area:

9, 17, 24, 35, 77, 92, 109, 114, 145, 185, 236, 237, CR-G1, CR-G7, CR-G8, CR-G11, CR-G12, CR-G16, CR-G17, CR-G19, CR-J29, CR-J35, CR-J44

I guess someday I'm going to have to start clinching Forest Routes or something. Or move to a new state.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: flan on July 24, 2022, 04:23:30 AM
What's the general consensus on how the strict the definition of clinching is? Does getting on and off a freeway at the same exit disqualify you because you didn't go under the underpass? What about turning right off a road at an intersection, then turning right to get back on, thus missing a few feet in the middle of the junction? Or is it enough to have laid eyes upon each inch of a highway? Just want to make sure I have all my ducks in a row  :biggrin:
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: 1 on July 24, 2022, 07:24:04 AM
What's the general consensus on how the strict the definition of clinching is? Does getting on and off a freeway at the same exit disqualify you because you didn't go under the underpass? What about turning right off a road at an intersection, then turning right to get back on, thus missing a few feet in the middle of the junction? Or is it enough to have laid eyes upon each inch of a highway? Just want to make sure I have all my ducks in a row  :biggrin:

Both of the examples you mentioned still count as a clinch. There are varying definitions from user to user, but there's general agreement on the examples above.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Rothman on July 24, 2022, 09:42:57 AM
What's the general consensus on how the strict the definition of clinching is? Does getting on and off a freeway at the same exit disqualify you because you didn't go under the underpass? What about turning right off a road at an intersection, then turning right to get back on, thus missing a few feet in the middle of the junction? Or is it enough to have laid eyes upon each inch of a highway? Just want to make sure I have all my ducks in a row 

Both of the examples you mentioned still count as a clinch. There are varying definitions from user to user, but there's general agreement on the examples above.

Still not sure how one can say they've been on 100% of a route given the "general agreement" on here about the "same interchange" acceptance.  Simple fact is that one hasn't been on that short portion between whichever ramps, so one hasn't been on the entire route.

It's a rule for convenience rather than accuracy.

So, don't be a sissy and drive down to the next interchange and flip around and get that little section so you can really say that you've been on the entire route, rather than including and asterix that you've applied the same interchange rule that a bunch of roadgeeks virtually shook hands over some time ago. :D
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: flan on July 24, 2022, 02:50:04 PM
Thanks. Yeah it makes sense that taking the exit doesn't count. I guess that specific situation doesn't affect any clinches for me. Taking the exit at the very end of a highway would though: I-129 in Nebraska and I-215 in Nevada.

Here's my list:

Illinois - I-94

Iowa - I-129
U.S. 77  :cool:

Minnesota - I-35 (both segments), 35W, 94, 394, 494, 535, 694
U.S. 8, 10, 52, 65, 69, 212, 218
MN 6, 20, 21, 24, 26, 34, 38, 39, 41, 45, 50, 51, 55, 56, 58, 62 (both segments), 77, 79, 80, 83, 96, 97, 100, 101 (both segments), 104, 105, 109, 114, 117, 120, 121, 123, 149, 171, 172, 175, 222, 223, 226, 237, 243, 244, 246, 247, 248, 251, 252, 270, 271, 274, 280, 282, 284, 286, 287, 298, 299, 301, 313*, 316, 610

Nevada - NV 372, 592 (west segment)

North Dakota - I-29, 194
U.S. 10
ND 9, 20*, 24, 26, 27, 28 (south segment), 38, 48 (both segments), 49, 53, 56, 59, 89 (Cavalier AFS segment), 91 (St. Thomas segment), 97, 127, 200A (west segment), 210, 294, 297, 810

South Dakota - SD 106

Wisconsin - I-94, 535

*I turned around at the last turnoff before Canada, which admittedly might also invalidate the clinch. I didn't want to mess with border control given my lack of passport.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: index on July 24, 2022, 03:01:19 PM
I took an OBX trip last week and used that as an opportunity to clinch two new Interstates, 885 and 587, as well as US 264, I-440, and I-87 (Southern). 264 through the peninsula is a pretty underrated ride.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Scott5114 on July 24, 2022, 06:56:12 PM
What's the general consensus on how the strict the definition of clinching is? Does getting on and off a freeway at the same exit disqualify you because you didn't go under the underpass? What about turning right off a road at an intersection, then turning right to get back on, thus missing a few feet in the middle of the junction? Or is it enough to have laid eyes upon each inch of a highway? Just want to make sure I have all my ducks in a row  :biggrin:

Do what makes you feel satisfied. The concept of "clinching" is just a tool to help you organize your travel goals and give you ideas for things to go see. If you've traveled enough of a route to feel like you've seen all of it, then you've clinched it. If going back to travel the bit of road between an on and off ramp wouldn't make traveling more fun to you, then don't bother doing it.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: dlsterner on July 24, 2022, 07:44:26 PM
What's the general consensus on how the strict the definition of clinching is? Does getting on and off a freeway at the same exit disqualify you because you didn't go under the underpass? What about turning right off a road at an intersection, then turning right to get back on, thus missing a few feet in the middle of the junction? Or is it enough to have laid eyes upon each inch of a highway? Just want to make sure I have all my ducks in a row  :biggrin:

As far as I'm concerned, there's no hard and fast rule.  Everyone is different.  Do whatever makes you feel that you've clinched the route.  If I'm 1000 miles from home and get off at an interchange to get gas, or if I exit at a rest area so that I can pee - should I worry about turning around and getting those few missing feet?

My explanation is what I call a "sight clinch" - if I can see the (short) portion of a road I want to clinch, but had a compelling reason (like gas, food, rest) to miss that (short) portion of a road, I call it good.

Number clinching is supposed to be fun.  Not a chore.

*I turned around at the last turnoff before Canada, which admittedly might also invalidate the clinch. I didn't want to mess with border control given my lack of passport.

To me, turning around right before a border crossing is acceptable (in my mind) for calling it a clinch.  You have a good reason.  Same with a route that enters a military installation which has an access gate.

Others are much more strict, and that's OK.  Rothman will probably call you a "sissy" for that, but that's OK.   :bigass:  (Makes me wonder if Rothman requires travel in both directions on an interstate to call it a clinch)   :)

Oh - While I'm thinking of it - have you heard yet about "travelmapping.net"?  It's run by a user here, and many people on this board use it to track their travels and clinches.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Rothman on July 24, 2022, 07:52:09 PM
(Makes me wonder if Rothman requires travel in both directions on an interstate to call it a clinch)   :)

Now that's just crazytalk. :D
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: US 89 on July 24, 2022, 08:11:53 PM
(Makes me wonder if Rothman requires travel in both directions on an interstate to call it a clinch)   :)

Now that's just crazytalk. :D

Some people call those "certified" clinches.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: pderocco on July 25, 2022, 01:23:31 AM
My explanation is what I call a "sight clinch" - if I can see the (short) portion of a road I want to clinch, but had a compelling reason (like gas, food, rest) to miss that (short) portion of a road, I call it good.

On several occasions, when trying to clinch a road, I've encountered some construction like a bridge closed for repairs, and I've driven as close as possible from both sides, to points within sight of each other.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: AzNate on July 26, 2022, 12:10:53 AM
Here's my list:

Full Interstates: I-11, I-12, I-17, I-19, I-215 (NV), I-515
Interstates within a state: I-8 (AZ), I-10 (AZ, NM, TX, MS, AL, FL), I-15 (AZ), I-95 (GA, SC, NC, DE), I-395 (VA)
Arizona: SR 24, SR 51, SR 69, SR 71, SR 72, SR 74, SR 79, SR 88, Loop 101, SR 143, SR 180A, SR 186, SR 187, Loop 202, SR 238, Loop 303, SR 347, SR 377, SR 587, US 64, US 93, US 160
California: SR 57, SR 210, SR 371
Colorado: SH 41
DC: US 1
New Mexico: NM 597, US 160
Nevada: SR 172, SR 592, SR 610, SR 613
Utah: SR 162
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: TheHighwayMan394 on July 26, 2022, 12:18:47 AM
Added MN 19, MN 271, MN 330 yesterday
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: kirbykart on July 26, 2022, 08:21:20 PM
I-279
I-290(NY and MA)
I-88(NY)
NY-83
NY-75
NY-353
NY-242
NY-241
The Indiana Toll Road
Allegany State Park Routes 1 and 2
The Berkshire Connector
That's all I thought of at the moment. I'm quite close to clinching NY-39 and Allegany State Park Route 3.
EDIT: Clinched I-990 today.

Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Bruce on July 26, 2022, 08:35:59 PM
Personally, I consider it fully clinched as long as I've physically traveled the pavement between given intersections (so the bridges between ramps is not always required) in at least one direction. This may be by car (as driver or passenger), bus, bike, foot, or train if it's in the same corridor.

Washington (87% complete):
I-5, I-82, I-90, I-182, I-205, I-405, I-705
US 2, US 197, US 730, US 97A, US 395 Future, All US bannered routes
SR 3, SR 4, SR 7, SR 8, SR 9 and spur, SR 10, SR 11, SR 14 and spur, SR 16, SR 17, SR 18, SR 19, SR 20 Spur, SR 22, SR 23, SR 24, SR 28, SR 35 (unsigned), SR 41 (unsigned), SR 92, SR 96, SR 99, SR 100 and spur, SR 102, SR 104, SR 106, SR 107, SR 108, SR 109, SR 110 and spur, SR 112, SR 113, SR 115, SR 116, SR 117, SR 119, SR 121, SR 122, SR 123, SR 124, SR 125 Spur, SR 127, SR 128, SR 129 Spur, SR 131, SR 141 and alt, SR 150, SR 153, SR 155, SR 160, SR 161, SR 162, SR 163, SR 164, SR 166, SR 167, SR 169, SR 170, SR 171, SR 172, SR 173, SR 174, SR 181, SR 193, SR 202, SR 203, SR 204, SR 207, SR 213 (unsigned), SR 215, SR 221, SR 223, SR 224, SR 225, SR 240 and business, SR 241, SR 262, SR 263, SR 270, SR 272, SR 274, SR 278, SR 281 and spur, SR 282, SR 283, SR 285, SR 290, SR 292, SR 300, SR 302 and spur, SR 303, SR 304, SR 305, SR 307, SR 308, SR 310, SR 401, SR 409, SR 410, SR 411, SR 432, SR 433, SR 500, SR 501 and spur, SR 502, SR 503 and spur, SR 504 and spur, SR 505, SR 506, SR 507, SR 508, SR 509, SR 510 and alt, SR 512, SR 513, SR 515, SR 516, SR 518, SR 519, SR 520, SR 522, SR 523, SR 524 and spurs, SR 525 and spur, SR 526, SR 527, SR 528, SR 529, SR 530, SR 531, SR 532, SR 534, SR 536, SR 538, SR 539, SR 542, SR 543, SR 544, SR 546, SR 547, SR 548, SR 599, SR 702, SR 704, SR 821, SR 823, SR 900, SR 902, SR 903, SR 904, SR 906 and spur, SR 970, SR 971

Oregon (42%):
I-82, I-105, I-205, I-405
US 197, US 199, US 730, US 20 Business (Toledo), US 97 Business (Bend and Redmond)
OR 6, OR 35, OR 38, OR 42S, OR 62 and business, OR 66, OR 99E Business (Salem), OR 126 Business (Springfield), OR 127, OR 131 Truck Route, OR 132, OR 164, OR 182, OR 217, OR 223, OR 225, OR 226, OR 293, OR 331, OR 528, OR 551, OR 569

Idaho (8%):
I-184
US 2, US 195
SH-1, SH-41, SH-53, SH-58, SH-60, SH-66, SH-128, SH-200

British Columbia (4%):
BC 7B, BC 10, BC 11, BC 13, BC 15, BC 17, BC 17A, BC 91, BC 91A
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: LilianaUwU on July 27, 2022, 11:46:35 PM
Here's my full list.

Québec:

A-20 (Rimouski segment), A-85 (as of July 11th, 2022), A-440 (both Québec segments), A-740, A-973, R-185 (as of July 11th, 2022), R-197, R-198, R-199, R-368

New Brunswick:

TCH 2, TCH 16, NB 140

Prince Edward Island:

PE 27 (retroactive clinch)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: thspfc on August 01, 2022, 07:39:32 PM
Clinched MN-36 yesterday and US-8 in Minnesota today.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: amroad17 on August 02, 2022, 01:13:21 AM
2 digit Interstates: 8, 16, 17, 24, 30, 40, 41, 43, 57, 59, 64, 66, 68, 71, 72, 74 (west), 76 (east), 78, 79, 80, 84 (east), 85, 86 (east), 88 (east), 97, 99.
3 digit Interstates: 405 (CA), 510 (LA), 516 (GA), 220 (MS), 124 (TN), 225 (CO), 430 (AR), 630 (AR), 238 (CA), 440 (AR), 240 (NC), 440 (NC), 240 (OK), 240 (TN), 440 (TN), 640 (TN), 444 (OK), 345 (TX), 155 (MO-TN), 255 (IL-MO), 355 (IL), 459 (AL), 164 (IL), 264 (KY), 264 (VA), 464 (VA), 564 (VA), 664 (VA), 165 (KY), 465 (IN), 865 (IN), 469 (IN), 270 (CO), 270 (MO), 270 (OH), 270 (MD), SPUR 270 (MD), 470 (KS), 470 (MO), 470 (OH-WV), 670 (KS-MO), 670 (OH), 271 (OH), 471 (OH-KY), 474 (IL), 275 (FL), 275 (KY-IN-OH), 275 (MI), 275 (TN), 475 (GA), 475 (OH), 675 (GA), 675 (OH), 675 (MI), 276 (PA), 476 (PA), 277 (OH), 278 (NJ-NY), 878 (NY), 180 (PA), 280 (IA-IL), 280 (NJ), 280 (OH), 380 (PA), 680 (OH), 481 (NY), 581 (VA), 283 (PA), 684 (NY), 185 (GA), 285 (GA), 285 (NC), 385 (SC), 585 (SC), 287 (NJ-NY), 189 (VT), 190 (IL), 190 (NY), 290 (IL), 290 (NY), 290 (MA), 390 (NY), 490 (NY), 490 (OH), 690 (NY), 790 (NY), 291 (MA), 391 (MA) 691 (CT), 393 (NH), 194 (MI), 294 (IL), 394 (MN), 494 (MN), 694 (MN), 894 (WI), 195 (RI-MA), 295 (RI-MA), 295 (ME), 295 (NY), 295 (MD), 295 (VA), 395 (FL), 395 (CT-MA), 495 (MA), 495 (Capital Beltway), 595 (MD), 695 (MD), 795 (MD), 895 (MD), 196 (MI), 296 (MI), 496 (MI), 696 (MI)
   -clinched both I-265's around Louisville before the opening of the Lewis and Clark Bridge in 2016
   -clinched I-295 (NJ) before the extension along the section of I-95 in NJ and PA
   -have driven the entire route of I-587 when it was signed as US 264

I have not clinched any US routes and a few state routes in NY, VA, KY, and OH.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Rothman on August 02, 2022, 06:51:29 AM
Per Travel Mapping, I have clinched 183 interstate routes as they are defined therein. 

Don't keep track of any other kinds of routes.

http://tm.teresco.org/user/system.php?u=dnthrox&sys=usai
Up to 211 Interstates clinched, per TM's reckoning.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Jim on August 02, 2022, 12:04:03 PM
I-80 slides in behind I-90 on my list of longest clinched interstates as of yesterday afternoon.  I've clinched 199 of them as defined by TM, and might be able to bring that up past 200 before my current trip ends.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: formulanone on August 02, 2022, 12:40:58 PM
Finally finished US 431 two weeks ago, and US 130 last week, which is a "starter pack" US Route.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: pderocco on August 04, 2022, 02:09:06 AM
Per Travel Mapping, I have clinched 183 interstate routes as they are defined therein. 

Don't keep track of any other kinds of routes.

http://tm.teresco.org/user/system.php?u=dnthrox&sys=usai
Up to 211 Interstates clinched, per TM's reckoning.

There's no accounting for taste. Interstates, and freeways in general, are the least interesting roads to me. I prefer clinching smaller state and county routes, because they have more variety in scenery and driving conditions. Despite all the roads I've clinched in California, I've never been on I-380 or I-780, and haven't clinched I-280, I-680, or I-880. Not sure if I ever will.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: flan on August 12, 2022, 10:15:21 PM
Got MN 226, MN 286, MN 38, and MN 6 (in order) yesterday.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: formulanone on August 16, 2022, 06:45:16 AM
Per Travel Mapping, I have clinched 183 interstate routes as they are defined therein. 

Don't keep track of any other kinds of routes.

http://tm.teresco.org/user/system.php?u=dnthrox&sys=usai
Up to 211 Interstates clinched, per TM's reckoning.

There's no accounting for taste. Interstates, and freeways in general, are the least interesting roads to me. I prefer clinching smaller state and county routes, because they have more variety in scenery and driving conditions. Despite all the roads I've clinched in California, I've never been on I-380 or I-780, and haven't clinched I-280, I-680, or I-880. Not sure if I ever will.

Oh, definitely agreed, but I think it's just because he doesn't want to bother trying to track down a little 1.75-mile section of a state road, which may or may not have connected to another state highway. Not everyone keeps track of that stuff and focusses on other things, though I tend to.

There's a good feeling with finishing a 16-mile twisty road, but personally, a different sense of accomplishment for completing one that's hundreds (or thousands) of miles long, especially if it was broken up over several years' adventures until completion. Still, others may say "the vehicle did all the work" and not care at all.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: NWI_Irish96 on August 16, 2022, 07:11:48 AM
Not going to repost my entire list, but I added I-71, I-275 (OH/KY/IN), I-471 and I-675 (OH) over the weekend.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: ET21 on August 17, 2022, 09:36:22 AM
IL: I-88, I-180, I-190, I-290, I-294, I-355, IL-390
IN: I-80, I-94
SD: I-190
WI: I-90, I-94
MI: I-94, I-196
MN: I-90
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: webny99 on August 17, 2022, 12:23:05 PM
There's no accounting for taste. Interstates, and freeways in general, are the least interesting roads to me. I prefer clinching smaller state and county routes, because they have more variety in scenery and driving conditions. Despite all the roads I've clinched in California, I've never been on I-380 or I-780, and haven't clinched I-280, I-680, or I-880. Not sure if I ever will.

Oh, definitely agreed, but I think it's just because he doesn't want to bother trying to track down a little 1.75-mile section of a state road, which may or may not have connected to another state highway. Not everyone keeps track of that stuff and focusses on other things, though I tend to.

The other thing about interstates is that they're much easier to log in TM than various surface US and state routes. The waypoints are simple, standardized, and easy to identify.

The waypoint issues on other routes are often headache-inducing, but that hasn't stopped me from trying to get them logged as accurately as possible. Some days I feel ready to take on a waypoint overhaul of the entire NY state route system, and other days I want to just delete my .list file and forget it. It's certainly fun and interesting, but also a major time sap, so it sometimes feels like a curse as much as a blessing.  :)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: JayhawkCO on August 17, 2022, 12:27:31 PM
There's no accounting for taste. Interstates, and freeways in general, are the least interesting roads to me. I prefer clinching smaller state and county routes, because they have more variety in scenery and driving conditions. Despite all the roads I've clinched in California, I've never been on I-380 or I-780, and haven't clinched I-280, I-680, or I-880. Not sure if I ever will.

Oh, definitely agreed, but I think it's just because he doesn't want to bother trying to track down a little 1.75-mile section of a state road, which may or may not have connected to another state highway. Not everyone keeps track of that stuff and focusses on other things, though I tend to.

The other thing about interstates is that they're much easier to log in TM than various surface US and state routes. The waypoints are simple, standardized, and easy to identify.

The waypoint issues on other routes are often headache-inducing, but that hasn't stopped me from trying to get them logged as accurately as possible. Some days I feel ready to take on a waypoint overhaul of the entire NY state route system, and other days I want to just delete my .list file and forget it. It's certainly fun and interesting, but also a major time sap, so it sometimes feels like a curse as much as a blessing.  :)

Once you get it logged though, there isn't really any upkeep, and if there is, you get an email. Every few months I'll find something that I had forgotten I traveled, but I quick log into my Github, make the edit, and it's merged later that night.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: webny99 on August 17, 2022, 12:36:40 PM
The other thing about interstates is that they're much easier to log in TM than various surface US and state routes. The waypoints are simple, standardized, and easy to identify.

The waypoint issues on other routes are often headache-inducing, but that hasn't stopped me from trying to get them logged as accurately as possible. Some days I feel ready to take on a waypoint overhaul of the entire NY state route system, and other days I want to just delete my .list file and forget it. It's certainly fun and interesting, but also a major time sap, so it sometimes feels like a curse as much as a blessing.  :)

Once you get it logged though, there isn't really any upkeep, and if there is, you get an email. Every few months I'll find something that I had forgotten I traveled, but I quick log into my Github, make the edit, and it's merged later that night.

My upkeep is constant self-induced questioning about which route I took, or where exactly I turned off, or where I may have stopped that may have affected the routing. Sometimes I feel like I've been thinking so deeply about a particular route or segment that I may have inadvertently just invented some travels that never even happened... or that I remember more about them from Street View than I do from actually traveling them!  :-D

Of course, this will get better with time as verified new travels outweigh the old stuff that I can't remember as accurately. I haven't used GitHub, but updates are easy enough by email and I have no problems whatsoever with the functionality and maintenance of the site itself.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: JayhawkCO on August 17, 2022, 12:37:54 PM
The other thing about interstates is that they're much easier to log in TM than various surface US and state routes. The waypoints are simple, standardized, and easy to identify.

The waypoint issues on other routes are often headache-inducing, but that hasn't stopped me from trying to get them logged as accurately as possible. Some days I feel ready to take on a waypoint overhaul of the entire NY state route system, and other days I want to just delete my .list file and forget it. It's certainly fun and interesting, but also a major time sap, so it sometimes feels like a curse as much as a blessing.  :)

Once you get it logged though, there isn't really any upkeep, and if there is, you get an email. Every few months I'll find something that I had forgotten I traveled, but I quick log into my Github, make the edit, and it's merged later that night.

My upkeep is constant self-induced questioning about which route I took, or where exactly I turned off, or where I may have stopped that may have affected the routing. Sometimes I feel like I've been thinking so deeply about a particular route or segment that I may have inadvertently just invented some travels that never even happened... or that I remember more about them from Street View than I do from actually traveling them!  :-D

Of course, this will get better with time as verified new travels outweigh the old stuff that I can't remember as accurately. I haven't used GitHub, but updates are easy enough by email and I have no problems whatsoever with the functionality and maintenance of the site itself.

If you need a tutorial on Github, let me know; it's really easy. All you're doing is basically editing your .list file "in the cloud", where the site is actually reading it from.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Jim on August 17, 2022, 01:36:57 PM
The waypoint issues on other routes are often headache-inducing, but that hasn't stopped me from trying to get them logged as accurately as possible. Some days I feel ready to take on a waypoint overhaul of the entire NY state route system, and other days I want to just delete my .list file and forget it. It's certainly fun and interesting, but also a major time sap, so it sometimes feels like a curse as much as a blessing.  :)

Insert plug for using the .list tool on TM's showroute page, and for using 6-entry list files for routes that span multiple regions.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: webny99 on August 17, 2022, 01:59:49 PM
If you need a tutorial on Github, let me know; it's really easy. All you're doing is basically editing your .list file "in the cloud", where the site is actually reading it from.

Thanks for the offer. There's instructions on TM and it looks easy enough, it's just a matter of getting around to trying it.  :D



Insert plug for using the .list tool on TM's showroute page

Hey, that's a cool tool! Wish I knew about that before but I'll definitely use it going forward.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: Jim on August 17, 2022, 02:05:14 PM
Insert plug for using the .list tool on TM's showroute page

Hey, that's a cool tool! Wish I knew about that before but I'll definitely use it going forward.

Good!  I can update travels in a fraction of the time it used to take before I implemented that functionality, and it's much less error-prone.  It's especially convenient for beltways, when it often takes a couple tries to make sure you selected what you meant to select when you travels include the start/end point of TM's definition of the route.

Additional tip: when you have the .list tool open, you can click on the first segment of your travels on the route, then shift-click on the last segment to get them all marked at once.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: CNGL-Leudimin on August 18, 2022, 03:35:59 PM
So I've finally managed to clinch a State Highway :sombrero:. Okay, I've cheated, it has been in Italy, where Strade Statali (State Highways) are at the US Route level. The route in question is the SS 145 Sorrentina.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: flan on August 18, 2022, 06:19:42 PM
Got MN 101 (south segment), MN 282, MN 62 (east segment), MN 120, MN 244, and MN 97 today.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: CoreySamson on September 02, 2022, 05:22:00 PM
Interestingly, I have clinched two unsigned interstates in the past two weeks: I-345 and I-444.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: roadman65 on September 04, 2022, 09:32:40 AM
In FL all US routes but US 331. FL 50, FL 40, FL 44, FL 60, FL 70, and FL 100.

In GA US 1, US 221, US 301, and US 82 along with GA 520.

KS I have I-35, I-70, I-135, I-335, I- 470, US 81, and the Kansas Turnpike.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: TheHighwayMan394 on September 04, 2022, 02:29:07 PM
I finished IA 27 today (the dumb placeholder for the Avenue of the Saints in that state, which has only a small independent section at the south end, otherwise duplexed entirely with other routes)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: flan on September 12, 2022, 01:37:02 AM
Got MN 149, I-494, MN 284, MN 274, and the section of U.S. 212 in Minnesota this weekend.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: BlueOutback7 on September 15, 2022, 05:24:51 PM
I clinched RI 51 today. (Yes I made sure to look up the correct route)
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: JayhawkCO on September 15, 2022, 05:28:19 PM
I clinched NIC-3 and NN-222 in Nicaragua this past week.
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: achilles765 on September 18, 2022, 10:44:16 AM
Oh not this is going to fun to try to remember/ figure out. I’ll only list Interstates, US routes and state highways that are significantly long enough.

Interstates:
2, 12, 37, 45, 49(original), 59, 66, 81, 84 (eastern), 91, 93, 97
3DI:
110 (LA), 110 (MS), 210 (LA), 310 (LA), 410 (TX), 510 (LA), 610 (TX), 610 (LA), 910 (LA)
220 (LA), 220 (MS), 820 (TX), 169 (TX)
635 (TX), 395 (DC) 395 (CT/MA), 195 (RI) 391 (CT)
684 (CT), 278 (NY/NJ), 676 (PA), 195 (NJ) 295 (NJ/PA/DE), 640 (TN)

US: 181, 171, 175
Title: Re: Highways You Have Clinched
Post by: webny99 on September 20, 2022, 07:54:30 AM
Here's my TM link showing clinched routes: https://travelmapping.net/shields/clinched.php?units=miles&u=webny99&cort=clinched