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  2. Interstate Highway System - Wikipedia

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    The Interstate Highway System gained a champion in President Dwight D. Eisenhower, who was influenced by his experiences as a young Army officer crossing the country in the 1919 Motor Transport Corps convoy that drove in part on the Lincoln Highway, the first road across America. He recalled that, “The old convoy had started me thinking about ...

    • June 29, 1956
    • 48,440 mi (77,960 km)
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  3. When was the first U.S. highway built? - FunTrivia

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    Vote for this answer. The National Road was the first highway in the United States. Today it can be traced by following U.S. Highway 40 and Interstate 70. It was begun in 1818 and went from Baltimore, Maryland to Wheeling, Virginia (what would become West Virginia). Many researchers will recognize this portion of the National Road as being the Cumberland Road.

  4. Interstate 68 - Wikipedia

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    US 40 followed the route of the National Road through Pennsylvania and Maryland. The National Road was the first federally funded road built in the United States, authorized by Congress in 1806. Construction lasted from 1811 to 1837, establishing a road that extended from Cumberland to Vandalia, Illinois.

  5. Oldest highway in th US? - Answers

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    US Highway 1. The first leg originaly ran from St Augustine to what is now Jacksonvill. Today it runs from Du val St in Keywest. all the way to the Canadian border. Where it runs from Key Weat ...

  6. Interstate 80 in California - Wikipedia

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    The older, original US 40/Lincoln Highway route over Donner Pass is about two miles (3 km) to the south. This highway was replaced as the official trans-Sierra route by I-80 in 1964.

  7. U.S. Route 223 - Wikipedia

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    Michigan first started converting US 23 into a freeway in 1957. Several years later, the state first proposed a realignment of US 223 in 1965. This change would reroute the highway to replace M-151 in southern Monroe County, and use the US 23 freeway to connect to Sylvania, Ohio.

  8. Portal:Michigan highways/Did you know - Wikipedia

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    ... that the first highway centerline (pictured) was painted on the Marquette–Negaunee Road by K.I. Sawyer in 1917?... that M-102 has been featured in music and movies?... that US 45 runs from Mobile, Alabama, to Ontonagon in the Upper Peninsula?

  9. End of US highway 91 - US Ends .com

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    May 14, 2020 · US 91 is tragic figure in the story of US highways. It was an original 1926 route, running for over 1300 miles from US 66 in the Mohave Desert to Great Falls. Later both ends were extended, such that it ran from Long Beach all the way up to the Canada border at Sweetgrass, for a total of 1431 miles.

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