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American Samoa Highway 006
There are three numbered territorial highways in American Samoa. These highways are often referred to as "ASXXX" (example: AS001 is American Samoa Highway 001). In addition to the three numbered routes, there are unnumbered highways on the islands of Ofu, Olosega, Tau, and Tutuila. All are maintained by the American Samoa
American Samoa
Department of Public Works.Contents1 American Samoa
American Samoa
Highway 001 2 American Samoa
American Samoa
Highway 005 3 American Samoa
American Samoa
Highway 006 4 Ofu-Olosega
Ofu-Olosega
Highway 5 See also 6 References 7 External links American Samoa
American Samoa
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State Highway
A state highway, state road, or state route (and the equivalent provincial highway, provincial road, or provincial route) is usually either a road numbered by the state or province, falling below numbered national highways in the hierarchy (route numbers are used to aid navigation, and may or may not indicate ownership or maintenance); or a road maintained by the state or province, including both nationally numbered highways and un-numbered state highways. Depending on the state, state highway may be used for one meaning and state road or state route for the other. In some countries such as New Zealand, the word "state" is used in its sense of a nation
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Maryland Highway System
The Maryland
Maryland
highway system is a network of highways owned and maintained by the U.S. state
U.S. state
of Maryland. In addition to the nationally numbered Interstate Highways
Interstate Highways
and U.S. Highways, the highway system consists of a network of Maryland
Maryland
state-numbered highways. All three types of highways together provide access to all incorporated and unincorporated areas in all 23 counties of Maryland
Maryland
as well as the independent city of Baltimore.Contents1 Highway systems1.1 Interstate highways 1.2 U.S
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List Of State Routes In Georgia (U.S. State)
The State Routes in the U.S. state of Georgia (typically abbreviated SR) are maintained by the Georgia Department of Transportation
Georgia Department of Transportation
(GDOT). Routes from 400 to 499 are mostly unsigned internal designations for Interstate Highways
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List Of State Highways In Hawaii
Standard Route shieldsHighway namesInterstates Interstate Route H-X or H-XUS Highways not applicableState Route XSystem linksRoutes in HawaiiBelow is a partial list of state highways in Hawai‘i. The current state (then territorial) highway numbering system was established in 1955
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List Of State Highways In Idaho
The Idaho Transportation Department
Idaho Transportation Department
is responsible for the establishment and classification of a state highway network, including 5,000 miles (8,000 km) of roads that are classified as Interstate highways, U.S. highways, and state highways.[1]Contents1 History 2 State highways 3 See also 4 References 5 External linksHistory[edit] Instead of numbering its highways, Idaho had a system of lettered Sampson Trails in the 1920s.[2] They were marked by Charles B
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Numbered Highways In Indiana
The Indiana Department of Transportation
Indiana Department of Transportation
(INDOT) is responsible for the establishment and classification of a state highway network which includes Interstate Highways, U.S. Highways, and State Roads. There is no rule preventing the same numbering between state roads, U.S. routes, and Interstate highways, although traditionally, INDOT has avoided state road numbers which are the same as those on U.S
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Iowa Primary Highway System
The primary highway system makes up over 9,000 miles (14,000 km), a mere 8 percent of the U.S. state
U.S. state
of Iowa's public road system. The Iowa
Iowa
Department of Transportation is responsible for the day-to-day maintenance of the primary highway system, which consists of Interstate Highways, United States Highways, and Iowa
Iowa
state highways. Currently, the longest primary highway is U.S. Route 30
U.S. Route 30
at 332 miles (534 km). The shortest highway is Interstate 129
Interstate 129
at 0.27 miles (0.43 km). The 20th century was a transformative time for vehicular transportation. In the early years of the century, roads were problematic at best – dusty dirt roads when dry and impassably muddy when wet. Over time, federal money was set aside and bonds were issued allowing the roads to be paved. The U.S
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List Of State Highways In Kansas
The State Highways in Kansas
Kansas
are the state highways owned and maintained by the Kansas Department of Transportation
Kansas Department of Transportation
(KDOT) in the U.S. state of Kansas. They are numbered with a K- prefix, e.g. K-10 or K-66.Contents1 State highways 2 See also 3 References 4 External linksState highways[edit] By Kansas
Kansas
law, no state highway may exist entirely within city limits.[citation needed] As a result, some highways have been given to cities as they annex the land around them, as is the case with the eastern branch of K-150 in the Kansas
Kansas
City area, which is now entirely within Olathe and Overland Park
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Numbered Highways In Kentucky
The Kentucky
Kentucky
Revised Statute 177.020(1)[1][2] provides that the Department of Highways, a part of the Kentucky
Kentucky
Transportation Cabinet, is responsible for the establishment and classification of a State Primary Road System which includes the state primary routes, interstate highways, parkways and toll roads, state secondary routes, rural secondary routes and supplemental roads. These routes are listed below.Contents1 History 2 List of routes2.1 City specific3 See also 4 References 5 External linksHistory[edit] Kentucky
Kentucky
began a numbered route system in the 1920s. Originally numbered so that odd numbers ran from north to south, increasing to the west and even numbers ran east to west, increasing to the south, this pattern was only followed for KY 1 through KY 100
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List Of State Highways In Louisiana
Contents1 Pre-1955 state highway system 2 Current state highways2.1 LA 1 to LA 191 2.2 LA 300 to LA 1266 2.3 LA 3000 to LA 32823 Former state highways 4 Proposed state highways 5 See also 6 References6.1 Footnotes 6.2 Works cited7 External linksPre-1955 state highway system[edit] Main article: List of original highways in Louisiana Current state highways[edit] LA 1 to LA 191[edit]LA 1 (Business X, Y)LA 2 (Alternate; Spur)LA 3LA 4LA 5LA 6 (Business)LA 8 (Spur)LA 9 (Truck)LA 10 (Business; Spur)LA 12LA 13LA 14 (Business X, Y)LA 15LA 16LA 17LA 18 (Spur)LA 19LA 20 (Spur)LA 21LA 22LA 23LA 24LA 25LA 26LA 27LA 28 (Business)LA 29 (Spur)LA 30 (Spur)LA 31LA 33LA 34LA 35LA 36LA 37LA 38LA 39LA 40
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Maine State Highway System
In the state of Maine, the Maine
Maine
Department of Transportation (MaineDOT) has a system of numbered highways, defined as the "connected main highways throughout the state which primarily serve arterial or through traffic." As of 2006, 22,236 miles[1] of roadway are included in the highway system, including Interstate highways, U.S. Routes, state highways, and other urban and rural local roads.Contents1 Route types and funding1.1 Interstate Highways 1.2 U.S. Numbered Highways 1.3 State Routes 1.4 State-aid highways 1.5 Townways2 Signage practices2.1 State Routes 2.2 U.S. Highways 2.3 Interstate Highways3 See also 4 References 5 External linksRoute types and funding[edit] Interstate Highways[edit] Main article: List of Interstate Highways in Maine Maine
Maine
has one primary Interstate highway, I-95, within its borders, as well as four related routes: I-195, I-295, I-395, and the unsigned I-495
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Massachusetts State Highway System
In the U.S. state
U.S. state
of Massachusetts, the highway division of the Massachusetts
Massachusetts
Department of Transportation (MassDOT) assigns and marks a system of state-numbered routes. U.S. Highways and Interstate Highways are included in the system; the only overlaps are with the end-to-end U.S. Route 3
U.S. Route 3
and Route 3 and the far-apart Interstate 295, shared with Rhode Island, and Route 295, shared with New York State. A state highway in Massachusetts
Massachusetts
is a road maintained by the state, which may or may not have a number. Not all numbered routes are maintained or owned by the state.Contents1 History 2 Signage practices2.1 State routes 2.2 U.S
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Delaware State Route System
The Delaware
Delaware
State Route System consists of roads in the U.S. state
U.S. state
of Delaware
Delaware
that are maintained by the Delaware
Delaware
Department of Transportation (DelDOT). The system includes the portions of the Interstate Highway System
Interstate Highway System
and United States Numbered Highways
United States Numbered Highways
system located in the state along with state routes and other roads maintained by DelDOT. All roads maintained by the state are assigned a maintenance road number (reference number) that is only marked on little white markers at intersections and on auxiliary plates below warning signs approaching intersections
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Michigan State Trunkline Highway System
The State Trunkline Highway System consists of all the state highways in Michigan, including those designated as Interstate, United States Numbered (US Highways), or State Trunkline highways. In their abbreviated format, these classifications are applied to highway numbers with an I-, US, or M- prefix, respectively. The system is maintained by the Michigan Department of Transportation
Michigan Department of Transportation
(MDOT) and comprises 9,669 miles (15,561 km) of trunklines in all 83 counties of the state on both the Upper and Lower peninsulas (UP, LP), which are linked by the Mackinac Bridge.[b] Components of the system range in scale from 10-lane urban freeways with local-express lanes to two-lane rural undivided highways to a non-motorized highway on Mackinac Island
Mackinac Island
where cars are forbidden
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