America’s longest north-south highways

2010-12-14T01:00:00Z America’s longest north-south highways Twin Falls Times-News
December 14, 2010 1:00 am

Highway Length Starting point Ending point

1. U.S. 1 2,376 miles Fort Kent, Maine Key West, Fla.

2. U.S. 41 2,000 miles Fort Wilkins, Mich. Miami

3. U.S. 87 1,998 miles Havre, Mont. Port Lavaca, Texas

4. Interstate 95 1,925 miles Houlton, Maine Miami

5. U.S. 59 1,911 miles Lancaster, Minn. Laredo, Texas

6. U.S. 83 1,894 miles Westhope, N.D. Brownsville, Texas

7. Interstate 75 1,786 miles Sault St. Marie, Mich. Hialeh, Fla.

8. U.S. 11 1,645 miles Robbins Point, N.Y, New Orleans

9. U.S. 99 1,599 miles Blaine, Wash. Calexico, Calif.

10. U.S. 95 1,574 miles Eastport, Idaho San Luis, Ariz.

11. Interstate 35 1,568 miles Duluth, Minn. Laredo, Texas

12. U.S. 67 1,560 miles Sabula, Iowa Presidio, Texas

13. U.S. 71 1,532 miles International Krotz Springs,

Falls, Minn. La.

14. U.S. 101 1,519 miles Olympia, Wash. Los Angeles

15. U.S. 287 1,509 miles Yellowstone National Port Arthur,

Park, Wyo. Texas

16. U.S. 85 1,479 miles Fortuna, N.D. El Paso, Texas

17. U.S. 93 1,457 miles Eureka, Mont. Wickenburg, Ariz.

18. U.S. 23 1,444 miles Mackinaw Jacksonville,

Island, Mich. Fla.

19. Interstate 15 1,433 miles Sweetgrass, Mont. San Diego

20. U.S. 61 1,400 miles Wyoming, Minn. New Orleans

21. U.S. 19 1,386 miles Erie, Pa. Memphis, Fla.

22. Interstate 5 1,381 miles Blaine, Wash. San Isidro, Calif.

23. U.S. 27 1,364 miles Fort Wayne, Ind. Miami

24. U.S. 77 1,305 miles Sioux City, Iowa Brownsville, Texas

25. U.S. 45 1,297 miles Ontonogan, Mich. Mobile, Ala.

Source: U.S. Department of Transportation

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