Route Numbering Committee Agenda 1985-10-11

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ROUTE NUMBERING COMMITTEE AGENDA
October 11, 1985
Seattle, Washington


 
GEORGIA
Relocation of U.S. Routes 41 and 76
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 41 and 76 and State Route 745 northwest of Dalton, then easterly over SR 745 to the intersection of SR 71, then southerly over SR 71 to the intersection of SR 52, then westerly over SR 52 to the intersection of existing U.S. Routes 41 and 76.
KANSAS
Relocation of U.S. Route 83
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. route 83 and a new facility one mile northeast of Oakley, then southerly over the new facility to the intersection of U.S. Route 40, then easterly over U.S. route 40 to the intersection of present U.S. Route 83 south of Oakley.
Relocation of U.S. Route 169
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 169 and a new facility 2.9 miles north of the Miami-Johnson County line, then southerly over the new facility to the intersection of present U.S. Route 169 south of Spring Hill.
LOUISIANA
Relocation of U.S. Route 51
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 51 and a new facility just outside of LaPlace, then southwesterly over the new facility to the intersection of present U.S. Route 51 and U.S. Route 61 in LaPlace.
MICHIGAN
Elimination of U.S. Route 10
APPROVED
Eliminate present U.S. Route 10 designation between the intersection of I-75 at Bay City and the terminus in Detroit.
MISSOURI
Relocation of U.S. Route 60 and Establishment of a Business Route
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 60 and a new facility northeast of Van Buren, then southwesterly for four miles over the new facility to the intersection of present U.S. Route 60 southwest of Van Buren. Designate present U.S. Route 60 as U.S. Route 60 Business between the first point and a connection to be constructed to join the proposed U.S. Route 60 approximately two miles from the beginning of the Business Route.
Relocation of U.S. Route 60 Business
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 60 Business and State Road 5 along the western side of Mansfield, then northerly over SR 5 to the intersection of U.S. Route 60 Also, Beginning at the intersection of U.S. Route 60 Business and SR 5 Business in Mansfield, then northerly over SR 5 Business to the intersection of U.S. Route 60.
NORTH CAROLINA
Elimination of U.S. Route 501 Business
APPROVED
Eliminate the present U.S. Route 501 Business designation between the intersections with U.S. Route 501 near Chapel Hill.
PENNSYLVANIA
Establishment of U.S. Route 322 Business
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of U.S. Route 322 and old U.S. Route 322 west of Toftrees, then easterly over the old U.S. Route 322 alignment to the intersection of present U.S. Route 322 at Boalsburg.
Relocation of U.S. Route 220
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 220 and a newly constructed facility south of Altoona, then northeasterly for 3.8 miles over the new facility to the intersection of present U.S. Route 22- just east of Altoona.
SOUTH CAROLINA
Establishment of I-77 Temporary
RESUBMITTAL
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of I-77 and SR 277 northeast of Columbia, then southerly over SR 277 to the intersection of I-20, then westerly overly I-20 to the intersection of I-26, then southerly over I-26 to the intersection of U.S. Route 21.
VIRGINIA
Relocation of U.S. Route 17 and Establishment of a Business Route
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 17 and a new facility north of Saluda then southeasterly for 1.4 miles over the new facility to the intersection of present U.S. Route 17 south of Saluda. Designate present U.S. Route 17 between these points as U.S. Route 17 Business.

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