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BlueOutback7:
I-295 in Maine uses Augusta going north, but it ends in Gardiner.

DTComposer:

--- Quote from: TheStranger on January 23, 2022, 06:01:33 AM ---here are California examples that come to mind...

I-5: Los Angeles (requires I-10 or US 101 from the south, or Route 170/US 101 or Route 110 from the north, Redding (requires either Route 273, Route 299 or Route 44)

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Also San Francisco for I-5
:)

JKRhodes:
US 70 West, Arizona. Plenty of signs give 100+ mile distances to phoenix. Route terminates in Globe, and the remaining 88 miles are traveled via US 60.

Hobart:
Interstate 294 enters neither Indiana nor Wisconsin despite having those states for its control "cities". It doesn't technically count because states aren't cities, but I think it's close enough to mention.

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