AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF STATE HIGHWAY AND TRANSPORTATION OFFICIALS
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ROUTE NUMBERING COMMITTEE AGENDA
June 7, 1988
Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming
GEORGIA

Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 78 and State Route 10 Loop on the east side at Athens, then southwesterly and westerly over S.R. 10 to the intersection of present U.S. Route 78 west of Athens. Designate present U.S. Route 78 between these points as U.S. Route 78 Business. 
ILLINOIS

Beginning at the intersection of I290 and State Route 53 west of Chicago, than southerly over a facility begin constructed to the intersection of I55 at Bolingbrook. 
MASSACHUSETTS

Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 1 and I95 at Dedham, then southeasterly over I95 to the intersection of I93 at Canton, then easterly and northerly over I93 to the intersection of present U.S. Route 1 in Boston. 
MICHIGAN

Beginning at the present terminus of I696 at the intersection of I75 and a facility being constructed at Hazel Park, then westerly over the new facility to the intersection of U.S. Route 24 and I696 in Southfield. 

Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 31 and a facility being constructed at the Mason County line, then northerly over the new facility to the intersection at present U.S. Route 31 and U.S. Route 10 east of Ludington. 
MISSOURI

Eliminate U.S. Route 61 Business designation at Sikeston. 
NORTH CAROLINA

Beginning at the intersection of I85 and a facility to be constructed north of Charlotte, then clockwise over the new alignment to the intersection of I77 just north of the South Carolina State Line. 

Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 64 and State Route 90 at Statesville, then northwesterly over S.R. 90 to the intersection at S.R. 18, then southwesterly over S.R. 18 to the intersection of U.S. Route 70 Bypass, then southerly over U.S. 70 Bypass to the intersection of present U.S. Route 64 at Morganton. 

Establish as U.S. Route 64 Alternate present U.S. Route 64 between the points described above. 

Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 64 Business and State Route 18 in Morganton, then northerly over S.R. l8 to the intersection of proposed U.S. Route 64 in north Morganton. 

Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 264 and State Route 33 northeast of Greenville, then northerly over an existing facility for 3.3 miles to the intersection of U.S. Route 13, then southerly over U.S. 13 for 4 miles to the intersection of an existing facility, then westerly over the facility for 12 miles to the intersection at present U.S. Route 264 near Farmville. Also, beginning at the intersection of present Route 264 and a newly constructed facility northeast of Walstonburg, then northwesterly over the new facility for 13.6 miles to the intersection of State Route 58, then northwesterly over S.R. 58 to the intersection of present U.S. 264 at Wilson. 

Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 264 and State Route 33 northeast of Greenville, then southwesterly over present U.S. Route 264 to the intersection of U.S. 264 near Farmville. Eliminate present U.S. Route 264 Alternate near these points. 

Eliminate the present U.S. Route 64 Business designation in Greenville. 
OKLAHOMA

Beginning at the present terminus of U.S. Route 377 at Madill, then northerly over State Route 99 to the intersection of I44 near Stroud. 
PENNSYLVANIA

Beginning at the present terminus of U.S. Route 222 at State Route 309 southwest of Allentown then easterly over Hamilton Blvd. and a oneway pair of streets for 4.5 miles into Allentown. 
WASHINGTON

Beginning at the intersection of present U.S. Route 97 and U.S. Route 2 at Wenatchee, then northerly over U.S. Route 2 to the intersection of State Road 151 at Orondo, then northeasterly over S.R. 151 to the intersection of U.S. Route 97 north of Chelan. Designate present Route 97 between these points as U.S. Route 97 Alternate. 
ARKANSASOKLAHOMA

Beginning at the present terminus of U.S. Route 412 in Walnut Ridge, Arkansas, then westerly over State Route 25 for 5 miles to the intersection of U.S. Route 63, then westerly for 35 miles over U.S. 63 to the intersection of U.S. Roue 62, then westerly over U.S. 62 for 108 miles to the intersection of U.S. Route 65, then northwesterly over U.S. 65 to the intersection of U.S. Route 62, then wester1y over U.S. 62 for 7 miles to the intersection of State Route 68, then westerly over S.R. 68 for 88 miles to the intersection of Oklahoma State Route 33 at West Siloam Springs, Oklahoma, then westerly for 72 miles to the intersection of I44, then westerly over I44 for 4 miles to the intersection of I244, then westerly over I244 for 10 miles to the intersection of U.S. Route 64, then westerly over U.S. 64 for 25 miles to the intersection of the Cimarron Turnpike then northwester1y over the turnpike for 60 miles to the intersection of State Route 15, then westerly over S.R. 15 for 118 miles to the intersection of U.S. Route 270 in Woodward, Oklahoma. 
NORTH CAROLINIATENNESSEE

Beginning at the present terminus of I26 southwest of Asheville, North Carolina, then northerly over I240 to the intersection of U.S. Route 23, then northerly over U.S. 23 to the intersection of I81 south of Kingsport, Tennessee. 
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