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Old 01-06-2018, 08:02 PM   #31
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But isn't there an Interstate 99? Yes, and you'll never believe where it is.
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Interstate 97 is the only mainline north-south interstate that is situated entirely east of I-95.
I've got some images of some scenes along Interstate 95, specifically, in North Carolina. There's the lighthouse attached to the Kenly 95 Truck Stop at Exit 106 in Kenly, and the Paul Bunyan "Muffler Man" at a log cabin dealership south of Exit 145 north of Rocky Mount.
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Interstate 99 runs between Interstate 79 and 81 in Pennsylvania. The highway was added after the fact, and every odd number from 75 to 97 was taken by north-south routes running through East andthe Near Midwest, 99 was all that was left.

I-99 is an interste because of the late Bud Shuster, the powerful Pennsylvania congressman who was a key figure in doling out transportation funding from Washington. I-99 just happens to go through a district that was once represented by . . . Bud Shuster!

It was originally built as U.S. Route 220, replacing the old Route 220. At first it was just a series of disconnected bypass freeways around older towns - Pennsylvania is full of them - but they were eventually connected, a feat made possible by upgrading it from a mere second-class federal highway to and Interstate. U.S. 220 is also being displaced by other Interstate projects in the East - I-73 in North Carolina, for example.

This is the southern terminus of I-99 also U.S. Route 220, still - in Bedford, Pennsylvania, at the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
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The northern terminus of Interstate 99 stops short of a connection with Interstate 80 in Bellefonte, Pennsylvania. By then it runs concurrently with U.S. 200 and Pennsylvania State Route 26. U.S. 220 and PA 26 go on together as a two-lane highway to intersect with I-80.
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But wait! There's more! The old U.S. 15 freeway in upstate New York has now been designated Interstate 99, with plans to connect it with the existing highway in Pennsylvania. That's right, one long, unbroken highway through pristine mountainous terrain in the federal government's ongoing effort to develop every last square mile of America for - you guessed it - economic growth! Here's the southern terminus if I-99 in New York at the New York/Pennsylvania border.
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And finally, here's I-99's northern terminus at Painted Post, New York.
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And now, termini of select three-digit interstates. As noted, I'm only doing the ones with numbers that aren't repeated. Why should I do every I-280 or I-295 on the map? Life is to short for that!

Speaking of short, here's the first spur interstate, Interstate 115 in Montana, linking I-15 to Butte. This is the western terminus.
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One mile and one interchange later, I-115 comes to an end. Here is its eastern terminus in Butte.
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the western terminus of INterstate 126, a spur of I-26 into Columbia, South Carolina
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the eastern terminus of Interstate 126 in Columbia
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Here's the southern terminus of Interstate 135, in Wichita, Kansas. Three-digit interstates conform to the following pattern: If the first digit is an even number, then the route goes through or around a city. If the first digit is an odd number, then the route is a spur into a city or area. Interstate 135 is the longest three-digit interstate in the latter category, at 95.7 miles.
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Here's the northern terminus of Interstate 135, in Salina, Kansas, where it meets I-70.
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