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  1. Thread: A Unique Road

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    Three Digit Interstates

    There's absolutely nothing requiring that a three digit Interstate designation be unique, only that it be locally unambiguous. Thus any three digit I-X80 designation used significantly east of San...
  2. Thread: A Unique Road

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    One More

    There's also a short segment of TN/VA-1 in Bristol, which straddles the state line. But it's only a couple of dozen city blocks long which I don't think of as a 'highway' or 'road', but rather a...
  3. Thread: A Unique Road

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    The Arc and Its Consequences

    Yes, one of the things William Penn insisted on in his land grant from the King of England was that there be a circle with a 12 mile radius centered on the New Castle town hall's cupola as part of...
  4. Thread: A Unique Road

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    Just a Guess

    I don't know for sure, but since the road is marked as two different state highways, I would assume that the appropriate state police patrol their respective sides of it. If you think about it, most...
  5. Thread: A Unique Road

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    A Unique Road

    Normally when we suggest routes and state "Use (say) MO/AR-5", we mean use MO-5 until you cross into Arkansas and then use AR-5 (or vice-versa). But if I tell you to use DE/MD-54, I am telling you to...
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