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 on: Today at 09:43:59 PM 
Started by TheArkansasRoadgeek - Last post by ce929wax
I have Gallup, NM to Wilmington, NC.  I am just missing California, Arizona, and New Mexico before Exit 20.

 on: Today at 09:25:46 PM 
Started by 707 - Last post by mapman1071
I used to frequent that stretch regularly, there is no AZ 95 signage directing traffic onto I-40.  Apparently the long term plan is to shift AZ 95 east through the Topock Marsh to connect to I-40 via Mojave County Route 1 and Old US 66 on the Oatman Highway.

AZ 95 from I-40 Exit 1 Thru Golden Shores was Deleted from the state route logs 2 decades ago due to NIMBYs. ADOT is planning a new AZ 95 route that would continue AZ 95 North from I-40 Exit 9 to Bullhead Parkway on the North side of Bullhead City Airport.

 on: Today at 09:13:24 PM 
Started by rschen7754 - Last post by ilpt4u
Are Indiana and Kentucky going to apply for the I-265 designation for that new segment they built a couple of years ago? Or are they just planning on leaving it the way it is?
Is there some type of Signage issue, like not wanting to renumber Exits and Mile Markers? If the segments become 1 I-265, does I-265 need a bi-state continuous Mileage and Exit numbers? It is basically a 2 State 3/4 Beltway now...Is there precedent for Mile Markers resetting at the state line vs continous in this case? Full Multistate beltways (thinking I-275/Cincy) have continuous Mileage, not resetting, I believe. Not sure about the DC Beltway, and also not sure about the now 3-State I-295 in DE, NJ, and now PA

Would the I-Shield not be approved, until some of the Cloverleaves are removed/improved? Thinking I-265/I-65 IN, I-265/I-71, and I-265/I-64 KY (tho that one is fully on the existing KY I-265, the new segment with the Bridge and Tunnel makes I-265 a legit Suburban Bypass of the Downtown I-64 Thru Route, that could use some Flyovers for I-64 West to I-265 North/West and I-265 South/East to I-64 East)...

 on: Today at 09:11:36 PM 
Started by adwerkema - Last post by cl94
For me, it's I-25, though I have passed it on I-70 and I-90.

Longest Interstate I haven't intersected is I-8.

 on: Today at 09:09:05 PM 
Started by The Nature Boy - Last post by bing101

 on: Today at 09:08:45 PM 
Started by 707 - Last post by 707
SR 789 was meant as a border to border tourist highway that would bring in visitors to a few small towns. I cant remember where, but that's what Ive come to understand. I believe it was a state like Wyoming or Montana that originally came up with it. Dont quote me on that though. Either way, the people that promoted it wanted MSR 789 to become US 789. AASHO denied the request and MSR 789 slowly ceased to exist, except for WY 789. It was rejected mainly due to the fact 789 was concurrent with other U.S. Highways along almost its entire route, save for part of Wyoming. If it had been designated though, US 789 would have not been a violator as its route did meet with and concur with its implied parent.


 on: Today at 09:04:30 PM 
Started by Tonytone - Last post by MASTERNC
I've seen people hitting the gas more on I-495 in Delaware than I-95.  The former is wider with gradual curves.

 on: Today at 08:55:02 PM 
Started by place-saint-henri - Last post by place-saint-henri
Any road geeks have any interest in an Irondequoit/N Rochester meet?

Heres the itenerary:

Meet up at the Wegmans on Hudson Ave at 1:10PM
-Clinch Titus Ave
-Drive the Sea Breeze Drive roundabouts.
-Drive over the Irondequoit Bay Bridge
-See the 404/590 Interchange
-Dinner and Cocktails at the East Ridge Road Applebees

Any interest? Let me know so I can confirm how many our party will be for Applebees.


 on: Today at 08:53:41 PM 
Started by bing101 - Last post by bing101

Kaydrah Communications Wanderlust did a segment on US-34 in Colorado.

 on: Today at 08:51:58 PM 
Started by place-saint-henri - Last post by Duke87
I have not, though apparently some crazy stuff happens in that area. Someone I know claims to have seen a mermaid riding a trolleybus going 130 mph down that road.

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