Route Numbering Committee Agenda 1982-11-19

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ROUTE NUMBERING COMMITTEE AGENDA
November 19, 1982
Orlando, Florida


 
FLORIDA
Establishment of I-175

RESUBMITTAL

APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present I-275 and a newly constructed facility in St. Petersburg, then east over the new facility to the intersection of U.S. Route 92 and SR 687.
Establishment of I-375
RESUMBITTAL
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present I-275 and a newly constructed facility in St. Petersburg, then east over the new facility to the intersection of SR 595.
GEORGIA
Relocation of U.S. Route 41
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 41 and SR 7 in Hahira, then westerly over SR 7 to the intersection of I-75, then southerly over I-75 to the intersection of SR 7, then easterly over SR 7 to the intersection of present U.S. Route 41.
INDIANA
Establishment of U.S. Route 6 Business
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 6 and former U.S. Route 6 west of Bremen, then easterly over former U.S. Route 6 to the intersection of present U.S. Route 6.
KENTUCKY
Relocation of U.S. Route 68
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 68 and a new facility in Campbellsville, then northerly over the new facility to the intersection of present U.S. Route 68 at Belltown.
MARYLAND
I-70 and I-170 Renumbering
APPROVED
Renumber as I-595 presently designated I-70 from the intersection of I-95 in Baltimore to the intersection of I-170. Also, renumber as I-595 presently designated I-170 from the intersection of present I-70 to the terminus of I-170 at Green Street in Baltimore.
MONTANA
Relocation of U.S. Route 2
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 2 and SR 40 west of West Glacier, then westerly over SR 40 to the intersection of a Route 206, then southerly over Route 206 to the intersection of present U.S. Route 2 in Kalispell.
OKLAHOMA
Elimination of I-240
APPROVED
Eliminate the I-240 designation between the present intersection with I-35 in Oklahoma City and I-44.
TENNESSEE
Establishment of U.S. Route 45 By-pass
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 45 and a four-lane facility south of Fairview, then southerly over the four-lane facility to the intersection of present U.S. Route 45 in Jackson.
Establishment of U.S. Route 45W By-pass
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 45 and an existing facility north of Humboldt, then southeasterly over the facility to the intersection of present U.5. Route 45W in Humboldt.
Establishment of U.S. Route 64 By-pass
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 64 and a four-lane facility west of Cleveland, then easterly over the four-lane facility to the intersection of present U.S. Route 64 east of Cleveland.
VIRGINIA
Relocation of U.S. Route 60
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 60 and SR 623 in Rockbridge County, then northeasterly over SR 623 to the intersection of I-64, then westerly over I-64 to the intersection of present U.S. Route 60 in Allegheny County.
Relocation of U.S. Route 460 Business
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 460 Business and a spur connector in Pearlsburg, then northerly over the spur connector to the intersection of present U.S. Route 460.
WEST VIRGINIA
Relocation of U.S. Route 250
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 250 and a new facility in Wheeling, then northerly over the new facility to the intersection of I-70, then westerly over I-70 to the intersection of present U.S. Route 250.
Relocation of U.S. Route 119
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 119 and a newly constructed facility near Danville, then northeasterly over the new facility to the intersection of present U.S. Route 119 in Charleston.
ARIZONA-CALIFORNIA
Elimination of U.S. Route 60
APPROVED
Eliminate the U.S. Route 60 designation between the present terminus east of Blythe in California and the intersection of I-10 west of Brenda, Arizona.

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