What is the longest interstate in one state?
What city has the most interstate highways?
|Rank||Urban Area||Freeway Lane Miles per 1,000 Population|
|1||Kansas City MO-KS||1.241|
|2||Fort Worth TX||0.894|
|4||St. Louis MO-IL||0.883|
What US state has the most highways?
According to national transportation statistics (Table HM-10), as of 2004, Texas had 303,176 miles of public roads, more than any other U.S. state. California (169,793) came in a not-so-close second, Illinois (138,626) was third, and Kansas (135,017) was fourth.
What is the longest highway in the interstate system?
Interstate 90, America’s longest Interstate Highway, spans from Boston, Massachusetts, to Seattle, Washington.
What is the most used interstate highway?
What is the highest numbered highway?
How many interstate highways are there in the United States?
Which interstate covers the most states?
I-95 may not be the longest interstate, but it covers the most states in the country, spanning 1,920 miles through 15 states plus the District of Columbia.
What state is Route 66 in?
Route 66 runs between Chicago, in Illinois and Santa Monica in California, crossing eight states: Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and California.