Route Numbering Committee Agenda 1986-11-08

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AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF STATE HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION OFFICIALS
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ROUTE NUMBERING COMMITTEE AGENDA
November 8, 1986
Baltimore, Maryland


 
ALABAMA
Relocation of U.S. Route 84
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 84 and a new facility northwest of Enterprise, then southeasterly over the new facility for 16.6 miles to the intersection of present U.S. Route 84 west of Dothan.
Establishment of U.S. Route 84 Business
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 84 and the proposed relocation of U.S. Route 84 northwest of Enterprise, then southeasterly over present U.S. Route 84 to the intersection of State Road 135 in Enterprise, then easterly over SR 34 to the intersection of the proposed relocation of U.S. Route 84.
FLORIDA
Relocation of U.S. Route 98
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 98 and a new facility in Destin, then easterly over the new facility for 7.3 miles to the intersection of present U.S. Route 98 west of Santa Rosa Beach.
ILLINOIS
Relocation of U.S. Route 34
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 34 and a new facility northeast of Monmouth, then easterly for 11.6 miles to the intersection of present U.S. Route 34 west of Galrsburg.
Relocation of U.S. Route 50
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 50 and a new facility at Summerfield, then easterly over the new facility for 10.2 miles to the intersection of State Road 127 at Carlyle, then southerly over SR 127 for 1.2 miles to the intersection at present U.S. Route 50.
IOWA
Relocation of U.S. Route 20
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 20 and I-380 and State Road 297, then westerly over I-380 for 5 miles to the intersection of a new facility, then westerly over the new facility for 23.9 miles to the intersection of State Road 14, then northerly over SR 14 for 7.1 miles to the intersection of present U.S. Route 20 east of Parkersburg.
Relocation of U.S. Route 151
RESUBMITTAL
DISAPPROVED
Beginning at the present terminus of U.S. Route 151 at the intersection of U.S. Route 30 and SR 149 in Cedar Rapids, then southwesterly over SR 149 to the intersection of U.S. Route 6, then westerly for 1.93 miles over U.S. Route 6 to the intersection of a new improved facility, then southerly for 5.65 miles to the intersection of I-80.
MISSISSIPPI
Relocation of U.S. Route 49
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 49 and I-220 in Jackson, then southerly over I-220 for 5 miles to the intersection of I-20, than easterly over I-20 for 6 miles to the intersection of present U.S. Route 49.
NEW YORK
Elimination of I-478
APPROVED
Eliminate I-478 between the intersection of the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel snd the Lincoln Tunnel (I-495).
OHIO
Relocation of U.S. Route 24
APPROVED
Beginning at the present U.S. Route 24 and State Road 25 in Toledo, then northeasterly over SR 25 for 8 miles to the intersection of present U.S. Route 24.
Relocation of U.S. Route 30
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 30, State Road 791 and a new facility just west of Canton, then easterly over the new facility for 5 miles to the intersection of present U.S. Route 30.
Relocation of U.S. Route 30
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 30 and a new facility just west of Ontario, then easterly over the new facility for 5 miles to the intersection of present U.S. Route 30.
Relocation of U.S. Route 62
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection at present U.S. Route 62, State Road 791 and a new facility southwest of Canton, then easterly over the new facility for 2.5 miles to the intersection of present U.S. Route 62.
Relocation of U.S. Route 62
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 62 snd Williamson Avenue in Youngstown, then easterly over Williamson Avenue to the intersection of State Road 7, then northeasterly over SR 7 to the intersection of present U.S. Route 62.
Relocation of U.S. Route 223
ACTION WITHHELD
Eliminate 1.22 miles of U.S. Route 223 between its terminus in Toledo and the intersection of U.S. Route 23 in Sylvania.
OKLAHOMA
Relocation of U.S. Route 60
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 60 and a new facility northeast of Pawhuska, then southerly over the new facility for 3.25 miles to the intersection of a new facility, then westerly over the new facility for 1.14 miles to the intersection of present U.S. Route 60.
Relocation of U.S. Route 69
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 69 and a new facility southwest of Armstrong, then northeasterly over the new facility for 9.52 miles to the intersection of present U.S. Route 69.
PENNSYLVANIA
Relocation of U.S. Route 1
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 1 and a new facility just went of Morrisville, then southwesterly over the new facility for 9 miles to the intersection of present U.S. Route 1 west of Langhorne.
TENNESSEE
Relocation of U.S. Route 412
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 412 and I—40 in Jackson, then easterly over I-40 to the intersection of State Road 20 at Gilmore, then easterly over SR 20 to the intersection of SR 99 at Hohenwald, then easterly over SR 99 to the intersection of I-65 east of Columbia.
WISCONSIN
Relocation of U.S. Route 45
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 45 and a new facility just north of West Bend, then southerly for 13.4 miles to the intersection of present U.S. Route 45 at Germantown.
Relocation of U.S. Route 53
APPROVED
Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 53 and a new facility northeast of Spooner, then southerly for 9.2 miles over the new facility to the intersection of present U.S. Route 53 at Sarona.
NORTH CAROLINA-TENNESSEE
Revised Routing from Approved Submittal of June, 1986
APPROVED
Beginning at the present terminus of U.S. Route 74 in Asheville, North Carolina, at the intersection of U.S. Route 70, then northerly over U.S. Route 70 to the intersection at I-240, then westerly over I-240 to the intersection of U.S. Route 19, then westerly over U.S. Route 19 to the intersection of U.S. Route 19 Bypass, then westerly over U.S. Route 19 Bypass to the intersection of U.S. Route 74, then westerly over U.S. Route 64 to the intersection of U.S. Route 64 Bypass at Cleveland, Tennessee, then westerly over U.S. Route 64 Bypass to I-75 then southwesterly over I-75 to the intersection of I-24 in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

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