Drive America’s Highways for 87 miles west along AZ-66 — formerly Route 66 — from Seligman to Kingman, Arizona.
State Highways are generally primary and secondary roads, sometimes built to Interstate standards, linking cities within a State. Each state is responsible for route numbering and layout meaning routes vary state to state. Our videos use the same titles as our US Highways with the route name first followed by the origin and destination. For example: Ohio State Highway 49 - Dayton - Greenville
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Three digit Interstate Highways are loops or spurs of a mainline Interstate Highway. Even digit highways connect to an Interstate at both termini or form a loop around a location. Odd numbered three digit highways connect to one Interstate and are spur routes.
For example, Interstate 30 - Mile 0 - Mile 7 would be an eastward route. Interstate 15 - Mile 154 - Mile 140 is a north-south route. Routes with non-standard mileage contain directional information in the title.
Drive America’s Highways for 1.5 miles west along the historic mother road in Seligman, Arizona.
Drive America’s Highways for 17 miles east along TN-385 from Millington to Arlington Tennessee
Drive America’s Highways for 17 miles west along TN-385 from Arlington to Millington Tennessee.
Drive America’s Highways for 28 miles west along OK-66 from Oklahoma City to El Reno in Oklahoma.
Drive America’s Highways for 3 miles north along TN-120 from Bumpus Mills to Kentucky where the road becomes KY-139.
Drive America’s Highways for 11 miles north along SR-22 from Huntingdon to McKenzie in Tennessee
Drive America’s Highways for 8.5 miles south along OH-49 from Clayton to Dayton in Ohio
Drive America’s Highways for 18 miles south along Arkansas Highway 9 from AR-46 to Princeton, Arkansas.
Drive America’s Highways for 11 miles along Arkansas Highway 549 – South — the Bella Vista Bypass in Northwest Arkansas