Route Numbering Committee Agenda 1980-06-22

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AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF STATE HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION OFFICIALS
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SHOWING ACTIONS
TAKEN BY THE
ROUTE NUMBERING
COMMITTEE

ROUTE NUMBERING COMMITTEE AGENDA
June 22, 1980
Boothbay Harbor, Maine



ARKANSAS-MISSOURI-TENNESSEE
Establishment of a U.S Route. Designate as U.S. Route 412 a route from the intersection of U.S. 70 in Jackson, Tennessee to the intersection of U.S. 67 in Walnut Ridge, Arkansas
DISAPPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of U.S. 70 and State Route 5 in Jackson north over SR-5 to the intersection of SR 20, northwest over SR-20 to the intersection of SR-3 By-Pass southwest of Dyersburg, north over SR-3 By-Pass to the intersection of I-155, west over I-155 to the intersection of I-155 north over I-55 to the intersection of SR-84 near Hayti, Missouri, west over SR-84 to the intersection of SR-25, southwest over SR-25 to the intersection of US-67 in Walnut Ridge, Arkansas
IDAHO
Relocation of US Route 12
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of Main Street and Dike By-Pass in Lewiston, Idaho, then west over the Dike By-Pass to the intersection of present route US 12 in Lewiston.
Relocation of US Route 30
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present US 30 and I-84 south of Boise, then west overlapping I-84 to the intersection of present US 30 south of Meridian.
NEW HAMPSHIRE
U.S. Route 4 relocation
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present US 4, US 202 and I-393 east of Concord, then west over I-393 to the intersection of I-93, north over I-93 north of Hoit Road, then west over Hoit Road to the intersection of present US 3 and US 4 in Boscawen.
U. S. Route 202 relocation
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present route US 202 and 1-393 east of Concord, then east over I-393 to the intersection of US 3, then south over US 3 to the intersection of present US 202 in Concord.
NORTH CAROLINA
Relocation of U.S. Route 220 and Establishment of an Alternate Route.

RELOCATION-APPROVED ALTERNATE-DISAPPROVED

Beginning at the intersection of present US 220 and a newly constructed facility at Emory, then north over the newly constructed facility to the intersection of present US 220 south of Steed. Designate present US 220 through Candor and Biscoe as US 220 Alternate.
OHIO
Relocation of U.S. Route 30

APPROVED

Beginning at the intersection of present US 30 and a newly constructed facility northwest of Van Wert, then east over the new facility to the intersection of present US 30 southwest of Beaverdam.
OKLAHOMA
Relocation of U.S. Route 81

APPROVED

Beginning at the intersection of US 81 and a newly constructed facility north of Comanche, then north over the new facility to the intersection of present US 81 in Duncan.
PENNSYLVANIA
U.S. Route 422 Relocation

APPROVED

Beginning at the intersection of present US 422 and a newly constructed facility west of West Kittanning, thence east over the new facility to the intersection of SR-66, then north over SR-66 over present US 422 in Kittanning.
TENNESSEE
I-75 Renumbering

APPROVED

Renumber as I-275 presently designated I-75 from the intersection of I-40 in Knoxville to the intersection of I-640 northwest of Knoxville. Designate as I-75 present route I-640 from the intersection of I-275 north of Knoxville to the intersection I-40 west of Knoxville.
VIRGINIA
U.S. Route 13 Relocation and Elimination of a Business Route

APPROVED

Eliminate the U.S. 13 Business designation between the intersection of I-64 and Northampton Blvd. in Norfolk and I-64 at Bowers Hill. Remove the US 13 designation from its overlap with I-64 between these points and designate former Business Route 13 as US 13.
U.S. Route 211 Elimination

APPROVED

Eliminate as a U.S. route US 211 from the intersection of I-66 and US 29 in Arlington, Virginia, to the intersection of US 15 Business in Warrenton.
VIRGINIA-WEST VIRGINIA
U.S. Route 52 Relocation

APPROVED

Beginning at the intersection of US 52 and I-77 at the south portal of the East River Mountain tunnel, north over I-77 to the intersection of West Virginia SR-290, west over SR-290 to the intersection of US 460, west over the intersection of US 460 to the present intersection of US 52 in Bluefield.

ROUTE NUMBERING COMMITTEE
BOOTHBAY HARBOR, MAINE
June 22, 1980
Supplemental Agenda


Louisiana-Mississippi
U.S. 8
Relocation

APPROVED

Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. 80 and a connection to I-20 west of Delta then east over I-20 to the interchange with the present U.S. 80 east of Vicksburg.
New Jersey
I-495
Elimination

APPROVED

Eliminate as an Interstate Route, I-495 between I-95 in N. Bergen and Pleasant Park Avenue in Union City.
South Carolina
U.S. 17
Relocation and recognition of a Business Route

APPROVED

Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. 17 and S.R. 317 north of Myrtle Beach then south over S.R. 317 to the intersection of present U.S. 17 south of Garden City Beach. Designate present U.S. 17 as U.S. 17 Business.
U.S. 321
Recognition of a Business Route

APPROVED

Beginning at the intersection of U.S. 321 and S. Congress (S.R. 49) in York then north to the intersection of Kings Mountain St. then northwest over Kings Mountain Street to the intersection of present U.S. 321 N.W. of York.
Iowa
U.S. 20
Relocation

APPROVED

Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. 20 and R21 west of Webster City, then south over R21 to the intersection of the newly constructed facility to the intersection of I-35, then north over I-35 to the intersection of present U.S. 20 east of Blairsburg.
Indiana
U.S. 31
Recognition of a Business Route

APPROVED

Beginning at the intersection of U.S. 31 and Dixie Highway at south corporate limits of South Bend, then north over Dixie Highway (former U.S. 31) to the intersection of Cleveland Street (former U.S. 31) then west to the intersection of present U.S. 31.

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