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Highways You Have Clinched

Started by Ian, June 27, 2009, 04:33:34 PM

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Flint1979

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.


TheHighwayMan3561

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
self-certified as the dumbest person on this board for 5 years running

frankenroad

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.
2di's clinched: 44, 66, 68, 71, 72, 74, 78, 83, 84(east), 86(east), 88(east), 96

Highways I've lived on M-43, M-185, US-127

NWI_Irish96

Quote from: 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

Wow, I've been using travelmapping for a long time and never knew that feature existed!
Indiana: counties 100%, highways 100%
Illinois: counties 100%, highways 61%
Michigan: counties 100%, highways 56%
Wisconsin: counties 86%, highways 23%

Rothman

Quote from: cabiness42 on October 14, 2020, 09:35:35 AM
Quote from: 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

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.
Please note: All comments here represent my own personal opinion and do not reflect the official position(s) of NYSDOT.

Flint1979

Who has clinched IN-520? Not just once but multiple times.

Jim

Quote from: Rothman on October 14, 2020, 01:45:23 PM
Quote from: cabiness42 on October 14, 2020, 09:35:35 AM
Quote from: 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

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.
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NWI_Irish96

Quote from: Flint1979 on October 14, 2020, 01:48:14 PM
Who has clinched IN-520? Not just once but multiple times.

I have several times, including twice today.
Indiana: counties 100%, highways 100%
Illinois: counties 100%, highways 61%
Michigan: counties 100%, highways 56%
Wisconsin: counties 86%, highways 23%

hobsini2

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?
I knew it. I'm surrounded by assholes. Keep firing, assholes! - Dark Helmet (Spaceballs)

Flint1979

Quote from: cabiness42 on October 14, 2020, 06:12:40 PM
Quote from: Flint1979 on October 14, 2020, 01:48:14 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.

NWI_Irish96

Quote from: Flint1979 on October 15, 2020, 08:10:01 AM
Quote from: cabiness42 on October 14, 2020, 06:12:40 PM
Quote from: Flint1979 on October 14, 2020, 01:48:14 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.
Indiana: counties 100%, highways 100%
Illinois: counties 100%, highways 61%
Michigan: counties 100%, highways 56%
Wisconsin: counties 86%, highways 23%

formulanone

Quote from: 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?

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.

Flint1979

Quote from: cabiness42 on October 15, 2020, 08:18:19 AM
Quote from: Flint1979 on October 15, 2020, 08:10:01 AM
Quote from: cabiness42 on October 14, 2020, 06:12:40 PM
Quote from: Flint1979 on October 14, 2020, 01:48:14 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.

CoreySamson

#213
My list of clinched routes: (note that I keep track of clinches by state)

Alabama:
Interstates: I-10*

Arkansas:
Interstates: I-30 | I-40 | I-440* | I-630
US Highways: US 64
US Business Highways: US 64 BUS (Crawfordsville)
State Routes: AR 155 (Mt Nebo sec.) | AR 159

Florida:
State Routes: FL 536*

Louisiana:
Interstates: I-12* | I-110* | I-210
State Routes: LA 28 | LA 423* | LA 3276

Mississippi:
Interstates: I-10* | I-55* | I-69
US Highways: US 425
State Routes: MS 713

Missouri:
US Highways: US 166 | US 400

New Mexico:
US Business Highways: US 70 BUS (Alamogordo)
State Routes: NM 7

Oklahoma:
Interstates: I-44 | I-244 | I-444
Interstate Business Highways: I-40 BUS (Henryetta) | I-40 BUS (Sallisaw)
US Highways: US 75 | US 259 | US 266
US Bannered Highways: US 59 BYP (Poteau) | US 62 BUS (Henryetta) | US 62 BUS (Muskogee) | US 75 BUS (Henryetta) | US 271 BYP (Poteau)
State Routes: OK 52 | OK 67 | OK 72 | OK 104 | OK 117 | OK 117A | OK 165 | OK 166 | OK 344 | OK 351 | OK 375
Bannered State Routes: OK 3 BYP | OK 56 LOOP

Tennessee:
Interstates: I-55 | I-240
State Routes: TN 15
Other Freeways: Sam Cooper Blvd*

Texas:
Interstates: I-44 | I-45 | I-345 | I-369 | I-610
US Highways: US 75 | US 175 | US 259
US Business Highways: BU 59-F | BU 59-G | BU 59-J | BU 79-G | BU 175-G | BU 287-V
US Bannered Highways: US 380 TRUCK (Denton)
State Routes: TX 14 | TX 19 | TX 35 | TX 43 | TX 54 | TX 93 | TX 96 | TX 288 | TX 315 | TX 316 | TX 332
State Business Routes: BS 19-J | BS 35-C | BS 35-E | BS 288-B
State Spur Routes: SS 10 | SS 28 | SS 91 | SS 261
State Loop Routes: SL 7 | SL 116 | SL 151 | SL 177 | SL 210 | SL 224 | SL 236 | SL 256 | SL 274 | SL 287 | SL 304 | SL 393 | SL 424 | SL 494 | SL 573
State Toll Routes: TX 288 Toll Lanes
Farm-to-Market Roads: FM 360* | FM 522 | FM 523 | FM 528 | FM 1053 | FM 1301 | FM 1462 | FM 1495* | FM 1875* | FM 2004* | FM 2611 | FM 2852 | FM 2917
Other Freeways: Hardy Toll Road*

*Asterisk indicates I clinched at least partially as passenger.
Underline indicates I have clinched all sections of a multi-state route.

UPDATE: 5/25/24
Clinched TX 43, BU 59-F, BU 59-G, TX 93, AR 159, SL 236, I-630, and LA 3276
Buc-ee's and QuikTrip fanboy. Clincher of FM roads. Proponent of the TX U-turn.

My Route Log
My Clinches

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Buck87

I recently added I-72 and I-865

JayhawkCO

A lot. 

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

Chris

webny99

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.

US 89

#217
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, but I should note that I recognize unsigned route clinches just as much as signed ones.

Great Lakes Roads

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.
-Jay Seaburg

Bruce

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.
Wikipedia - TravelMapping (100% of WA SRs)

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XamotCGC

Roads clinched.
State Routes: Kentucky:  KY 208 KY 289 KY 555 KY 2154 KY 245 KY 1195

formulanone


XamotCGC

State Routes: Kentucky:  KY 208 KY 289 KY 555 KY 2154 KY 245 KY 1195
Roads clinched.
State Routes: Kentucky:  KY 208 KY 289 KY 555 KY 2154 KY 245 KY 1195

Flint1979

For longer Michigan State Highways (longer than 50 miles), I've clinched M-13, M-25, M-46, M-52 and M-57.

NWI_Irish96

I recently added IL 53 and IL 59 to my list.
Indiana: counties 100%, highways 100%
Illinois: counties 100%, highways 61%
Michigan: counties 100%, highways 56%
Wisconsin: counties 86%, highways 23%



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