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roadman65:
One is left over in Delaware from SB US 13 to NB I-295 and EB US 40.

One was left in Indy for the never built I-69 into both I-70 and I-65.

Two of them lie along I-78 near Shartelsville, PA for rest areas that never got built.





national highway 1:
Here is a stub ramp on Hong Kong's Route 5, the West Kowloon Corridor, which was partially demolished and never rebulit after the construction on Fu Cheong Estate.
https://goo.gl/yM6JzB

iBallasticwolf2:
https://www.google.ca/maps/@42.381817,-87.825656,3a,75y,4.16h,93.21t/data=!3m4!1e1!3m2!1sew4YXcYRCfP-i-WJosoyVQ!2e0

Quite the stub of the Amstutz Expressway (IL-137).
Not sure what the stub was for.

pianocello:

--- Quote from: iBallasticwolf2 on June 02, 2015, 04:05:10 PM ---Quite the stub of the Amstutz Expressway (IL-137).
Not sure what the stub was for.

--- End quote ---

The Amstutz was meant to go further north, but I'm not sure how far or if there were any big-picture plans for it.

Likewise in Illinois, my favorites include the north end of IL-6 north of Peoria and the stub ramps near Decatur for an interchange between I-72 and a US-51 freeway that never happened. (link)

froggie:

--- Quote ---The Amstutz was meant to go further north, but I'm not sure how far or if there were any big-picture plans for it.
--- End quote ---

All the way to Milwaukee, to what is now WI 794/I-794.

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