The following applications for United States Numbered highways were approved:
6. CALIFORNIA - Alternate routes were added to U. S. 99 between Red Bluff and Sacramento, making complete description of U.S. 99 in California as follows; "Beginning at the Oregon-California State line north of Hornbrook via Yreka, Dunsmuir, Redding, Red Bluff, where alternate routes, U. S. 99 East and U. S. 99 West diverge, meeting again at Sacramento. U. S. 99 East; beginning at Red Bluff via Chico, Gridley, Marysville, Roseville to Sacramento. U. S. 99 West; beginning at Red Bluff via Williams, Woodland, Davis to Sacramento. U. S. 99; beginning again at Sacramento via Stockton, Merced, Fresno, Bakersfield, Los Angeles, San Barnardino, Redlands, Indio, Brawley to El Centro."
7. MICHIGAN, WISCONSIN - U. S. 141 was extended, absorbing U. S. 102 in Michigan, and the designation of the entire route is now described as follows; "Michigan, beginning at an intersection with U. S. 41 east of Covington via Covington, Crystal Falls to the Michigan- Wisconsin State line north of Florence, Wisconsin, and from the Michigan-Wisconsin State line southeast of Florence via Iron Mountain to the Michigan-Wisconsin State line north of Niagara. Wisconsin, beginning at the Michigan-Wisconsin State line northwest of Florence via Florence, Commonwealth to the Michigan-Wisconsin State line northwest of Iron Mountain and beginning at the Michigan-Wisconsin State line north of Niagara via Wausaukee, Crivitz, Oconto Falls, Green Bay, Manitowoc, Sheboygan, Port Vashington to Milwaukee."
8. UTAH - The road from Thistle to Spanish Fork was added and made a continuation of U. S. 50.
9. UTAH - A road from Pigeon Hollow Junction to Nephi was added and given the No. U. S. 189.
10. WEST VIRGINIA, OHIO - The following road was added, given the No. 250 and is described as follow; West Virginia, beginning at a point on U. S. 50, west of Grafton, via Fairmont, Mannington, Cameron, Moundville to the Ohio State line at the Ohio River at Wheeling. Ohio; beginning at Bridgeport, on the West Virginia State line, opposite Wheeling, via Cadis, Dennison, New Philadelphia, Dover, Wooster, Ashland to an intersection with U. S. 20 at Norwalk. 11. NEW JERSEY, DELAWARE - The description of U. S. 40 is changed to read as follows; New Jersey, beginning at Atlantic City via Pleasantville, Mays Landing, Woodstown via Penns Grove Road to Pennsville-Auburn Road, thence to Pennsville to the ferry opposite New Castle, Delaware. Delaware; beginning at New Castle to the Delaware-Maryland State line, east of Elkton.
12. KANSAS, COLORADO - U. S. 36 has been changed to read as follows; Kansas, beginning at the Missouri-Kansas State line opposite St. Joseph via Troy, Hiawatha, Seneca, Marysville, Belleville, Mankato, Smith Center, Phllllpsburg, Norton, Oberlin, Atwood, St. Francis to the Kansas-Colorado State line west of St. Francis. Colorado; beginning at the Kansas-Colorado State line west of St. Francis to a point connecting with U. S. 40 at or near Byers.
13. MONTANA - The description of U. S. 10 is amended to read as follows; Montana, beginning at the North Dakota-Montana State line west of Beach via Glendlve, Miles City, Mysham, Billings, Big Timber, Livingston, Bozeman to Three Forks, where alternate routes, U. S. 10 North and U. S. 10 South diverge. U. S. 10 North; Beginning at Three Forks via Townsend, Helena to Garrison. U. S. 10 South; Beginning at Three Forks via Whitehall, Butte, Deer Lodge to Garrison. U. S. 10; Beginning again at Garrison via Drummond, Missoula, St. Regis to the Montana-Idaho State line east of Mullan.
14. ARKANSAS, OKLAHOMA, TEXAS - The following route was added to the U. S. numbered system, a number to be assigned when the road is in proper condition for general travel; Arkansas; beginning at Fort Smith, on the Arkansas-Oklahoma State line. Oklahoma; beginning on the Arkansas-Oklahoma State line, opposite Fort Smith, via Poteau, Wister, Talihina, Antlers, Hugo to the Oklahoma-Texas State line, south of Hugo. Texas; beginning at the Oklahoma-Texas State line, south of Hugo, via Paris, Mt. Pleasant, Tyler, Jacksonville, Lufkin to Beaumont.
15. OKLAHOMA, TEXAS - The following route was added, number to be assigned when the road is in proper condition for travel; Oklahoma; beginning at Oklahoma City via Chichasha, Cement, Fort Sill (Federal Reservation), Lawton, to the Oklahoma-Texas State line, north of Burkburnett. Texas; beginning at the Oklahoma-Texas State line, north of Burkburnett, via Wichita Falls, Seymour, Haskell, Abilene, Ballinger, San Angelo to Del Rio.
The following requests for additional numbered routes were disallowed:
16. Kentucky's request that a U. S. number be given the route from Columbus, Indiana to Lexington, Kentucky, was rejected. The State of Indiana did not Join in this request.
17. The request from Oklahoma for a change in U. S. 70 from Wilson, Arkansas, via Comanche, Frederick to Vernon, Texas, instead of the present route via Waurika, Burkburnett, Wichita Falls, Texas, to Vernon, Texas, was disapproved. The State of Texas did not approve of this request.
18. Request from Oklahoma for a road from Meeker, Oklahoma, to Pocahontas, Arkansas, was rejected. The State of Arkansas did not make application for this route and much of it is already covered by other U. S. numbers.
19. The following propositions voted on by letter ballot were approved by a majority of the States on the dates indicated and are made a matter of record in this the first meeting of the Executive Comnittee following ballots taken:
10. Action on the application from West Virginia, Ohio and Indiana for a numbered route from Charleston, West Virginia, via Gallipolis and Dayton, Ohio, to Richmond, Indiana, as a temporary location, (with the ultimate terminus at Chicago, Illinois) was deferred, in view of the fact that a privately owned toll bridge is located at Gallipolis, the State Highway Department of Indiana was not ready to indicate the route from Richmond, Indiana, to Chicago, and additional information concerning the disposition of these matters must be furnished by the State Highway Departments involved.
11. Action on the application for a new route from Charleston, West Virginia, via Pomeroy, Ohio, through Columbus, Bryan, to a terminus at Muskegon, Michigan, was deferred in view of the fact that there is a privately owned toll bridge at Pomeroy, Ohio, and information concerning the purchase of this bridge by the State, or some political subdivision, has been requested by the Committee.
12. Upon motion the application previously made for a re-routing of U. S. 30, west of Mansfield, Ohio, was deferred at the request of the State Highway Department of Ohio.
Applications for U. S. Numbered Highways were approved as follows:
21 CALIFORNIA The description of U. S. 48 is changed to read, "Beginning at Mossdale via Tracy, Altamont to Hayward".
22 CALIFORNIA U. S. 99 is given an alternate routing from Stockton to Manteca, and the description is as follows; U. S. 99 East, beginning at Stockton to Manteca. U. S. 99 West, beginning at Stockton via French Camp, Mossdale to Manteca. U. S. 99, beginning again at Manteca via Merced, Fresno, Bakersfield, Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Redlands, Indio, Brawley to El Centro.
23 CALIFORNIA U. S. 101 is given an alternate routing from San Francisco to San Jose, and the description is as follows; U. S. 101 East, beginning at San Francisco via Oakland, Hayward, Niles to San Jose. U. S. 101 West, beginning at San Francisco via Redwood City, Palo Alto, Santa Clara to San Jose.
24 GEORGIA U. S. 80 was extended from Savannah to Tybee Island, making description now read, "Beginning at Tybee Island via Savannah, etc."
25 GEORGIA U. S. 25 is extended from Augusta via Waynesboro, Millen to an intersection with U. S. 80, north of Statesboro.
26 MARYLAND, WEST VIRGINIA U. S. 220 is extended from Cumberland, Maryland, via Cresaptown, Keyser, West Virginia, to New Creek.
27 MISSISSIPPI U. S. 49 is changed so that from Tutwiler via Greenwood to Yazoo City shall be 49 East and from Tutwiler via Drew, Ruleville, Belzoni to Yazoo City is designated 49 West.
28 NEW MEXICO U. S. 64 is extended from Capulin to Raton.
29. PENNSYLVANIA U. S. 309 is extended from Wilkes-Barre north to South Waverly, description reading, "Beginning at South Waverly via Towanda, Tunkhannock, West Pittston, Wyoming, Wilkes-Barre, etc."
30 SOUTH DAKOTA U. S. 77 is extended from South Sioux City, Nebraska, to Milbank, description reading, "Beginning at Milbank, at an intersection with U. S. 12, via Clear Lake, Brookings, Coleman, Dell Rapids, Sioux Falls, Beresford, Elk Point, to an intersection with present U. S. 77, at South Sioux City, Nebraska."
31 SOUTH DAKOTA, NEBRASKA, KANSAS South Dakota, U. S. 83 is extended from Pierre, South Dakota, via Vivian, Presho, Jordan, Winner, Colome, Wewela to the South Dakota-Nebraska State line, south of Wewela. (Signs on this road in South Dakota to be erected when the road has been improved for general interstate traffic). South Dakota-Nebraska State line, south of Wewela, via Springview, Bassett, Taylor, Ansley, Mason City, Kearney, Franklin, Alma to the Nebraska-Kansas State Line, south of Alma. (Signs on this road in Nebraska to be erected when the road has been improved for general interstate traffic). Kansas, beginning at the Nebraska-Kansas State Line, south of Alma, via Woodruff, Almena, Norton, Dresden, Gem, Oakley, Scott City, Garden City, Sublette, Liberal to the Kansas- Oklahoma State Line, south of Liberal.
32 TENNESSEE U. S. 511 from Bristol via Bluff City, Jonesboro and Morristown to Knoxville is changed to U. S. 11 East, and U. S. 11 from Bristol via Kingsport and Rogersville to Knoxville is changed to 11 West.
33 TENNESSEE U. S. 270 from Sparta via McMinnville, Murfreesboro to Nashville is changed to U. S. 70 South and U. S. 70 from Sparta via Lebanon to Nashville is changed to U. S. 70 North.
34 TENNESSEE U. S. 45 from Fulton via Kenton, Trenton to Gadsden is changed to U. S. 45 West and from Fulton via Martin, Greenville, Bradford, Atwood to a junction with U. S. 45 West, at Gadsden, is added to the system and known as 45 East.
10 The request for a United States numbered road in Illinois, which lacked complete confirmation at the June 1929 meeting of the Executive Committee in Chicago, was ordered recorded in the minutes as follows:
11 "Iowa, beginning at Davenport to the Iowa-Illinois State line north of Rock Island. Illinois, beginning at the Iowa-Illinois State line, north of Rock Island, via Rock Island, Jacksonville, Alton to the Illinois-Missouri State line at St. Louis, where it connects with U. S. 67, and the entire route from Davenport, Iowa, through Fredericktown, Missouri, to Dallas, Texas, to be known as U. S. No. 67." The route between St. Louis and Alton is to be temporary until such time as satisfactory evidence is submitted to the Executive Committee that the bridge over the Mississippi River at Alton is to become a free bridge at which time the permanent route shall be from St. Louis directly north to the bridge over the Mississippi River, thence to Alton.
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