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States where you've clinched the Interstate System

Started by Konza, August 04, 2023, 05:47:05 PM

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I did have Texas before I-2.

New Mexico, Colorado, Nebraska, Kansas, Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi, a handful of others I lack one or two. (Does I-15 in Arizona even count?)
Let's build what we need as economically as possible.



100%: Indiana, Colorado, Illinois, Michigan, DC

Wisconsin - missing only I-535
Kentucky - missing only I-69 south of I-24 and I-165 south of WK Pkwy
Ohio - missing I-77 north of US 30 and some of the 3di in the Cleveland and Columbus areas
Indiana: counties 100%, highways 100%
Illinois: counties 100%, highways 61%
Michigan: counties 100%, highways 56%
Wisconsin: counties 86%, highways 23%


100% of the Interstates: Alabama, Delaware, Florida, Mississippi, Rhode Island, and Tennessee.

I'm over 95% completed in: Georgia (a chunk of I-20 in Augusta), West Virginia (I-70 in Wheeling), Maryland (a section of I-83 in Baltimore), and New Jersey (I-295 from US 130 to US 40)



uncontrollable freak sardine salad chef



Tennessee - missing 27 miles on I-26
DC - missing 2/3 of a mile on I-66
South Carolina - missing 77 miles on I-26, I-185, I-385, and I-585


100%: (17) CO, DE, ID, KS, ME, MN, MO, NE, NV, NH, NM, SD, UT, VT, WI, WA, WY
90-99%: (3) FL, IA, MS
80-89%: (5) LA, IL, MD, NJ, ND
70-79%: (4) AR, KY, MT, OK
60-69%: (8) CT, GA, IN, MA, RI, TN, TX, VA
50-59%: (5) AL, AZ, OR, PA, SC
40-49%: (4) AK, DC, NC, WV
30-39%: (2) OH, NY
20-29%: (2) CA, MI
10-19%: N/A
1-9%: N/A
0% (2) HI, PR


100%: NJ, NH, WV, PA, MD, MA, UT, CT, ME, VA, OH, DE, RI, NY, VT...DC.  So, 15, plus DC.

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


None. The only segments I'm missing in Colorado are I-70 east of Limon and I-225.


Fully clinched Oregon interstates.

In Washington, I'm just missing the little bit of I-90 between Spokane and the Idaho border.

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