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Celebrating its 75th anniversary this year, the parkway was originally part of the New Deal's plan to provide work to the unemployed during the Great Depression. Completed in , it now offers an exceptional way to experience the natural beauty of the area. Covering nearly miles along a desolate stretch of road, the Extraterrestrial Highway Highway actually gets quite a few "visitors. Though we can't guarantee that you'll encounter an alien along the route, you're certain to see warning signs of such an occurrence. The speed limit is Warp 7, and the road passes through the small town of Rachel, where you'll find a restaurant that isn't afraid to advertise, "Earthlings Welcome.
As the oldest scenic highway in the U. Running parallel to the Columbia River, the route passes picturesque overlooks, waterfalls including the famous Multnomah Falls , and lush green landscapes, and was built to preserve the natural beauty of the Columbia River Gorge. The highway was also the first scenic byway to be designated as a National Historic Landmark in With curves, more than 50 bridges, and a slew of hairpin turns, the Road to Hana HI is a feat in itself.
Covering 52 miles along Maui's eastern coastline running from Kahului to the small town of Hana, the highway takes about two to four hours to complete, but boasts unparalleled tropical views of the sea, lush rainforests, and cascading waterfalls. The road is also jokingly referred to as the "Divorce Highway," because navigating the narrow lanes and difficult terrain has caused many an argument.
The trail passes through old mining towns, such as Golden, Madrid, and Los Cerrillos, as well as climbs to the top of the Sandia Crest, which overlooks Albuquerque and the Rio Grande Valley. Be sure to pay a visit to the Tinkertown Museum , which houses a unique collection of memorabilia. Passing through the Beartooth Corridor, one of the highest areas in the lower 48 states, the Beartooth Highway U.
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The route through Denver also serves as the business loop for I After Kit Carson, US splits off and the concurrency ends. The road then passes Arapahoe without major intersections. The first sizable town it enters is Sharon Springs , where it intersects K From there it goes northeast to Oakley and follows Eagle Eye Road before merging with I east of town. From there, the merged routes turn due east toward Kansas City, Kansas. In , the State of Kansas designated U. Route 40 as a Blue Star Memorial Highway from border to border.
It leaves I at exit 6 and follows Van Brunt Boulevard for a short distance before turning east and crossing I again at exit 7A.
US 40 parallels I to the north through Kansas City until exit 11, where it crosses and parallels it to the south through the suburbs of Independence , Lee's Summit , Blue Springs , and Grain Valley before it rejoins I at exit An older alignment carries the designation "Old US 40". US 40 stays with I until it reaches Boonville , where it leaves at exit , along with Business Loop The two routes remain concurrent until exit A in Wentzville.
US 40 stays joined with I and leaves the state in St. Until , US 40 in Missouri was Route 2. Louis was closed both eastbound and westbound from I to I It re-opened December 15, two weeks ahead of the originally scheduled date of December 31, It was re-opened on December 7, It is also now a full freeway all the way from Downtown St.
Louis to Wentzville. The next Formerly a major highway, it has lost most of its non-local traffic to Interstate Some early bypasses of towns were built with the apparent intention of twinning them as a divided highway with access limited to intersections. I uses none of those old bypasses that remain as sections of US The westernmost portion of the historic National Road lies on most of the US 40 alignment in Illinois.
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US 40 crosses into Illinois at East St. The route has a close relationship with I for the remainder of the time it spends in the state, being directly concurrent with or paralleling it throughout Illinois. From Vandalia, the road continues to the northeast passing through the early German settlement town of Teutopolis and several city streets in Effingham. Beyond Effingham, US 40 passes through many small unincorporated towns before leaving the state near Marshall. Louis to near Terre Haute, IN.
US 40 enters Indiana from the west at unincorporated Liggett along with I The road leaves the city to the northeast upon reaching Wabash Avenue. Between Seelyville and Brazil, the road bypasses several small unincorporated communities which are served by State Road , a former alignment of US The road continues to the northeast beyond Harmony, passing many unincorporated places such as Mount Meridian along the way to Plainfield , a suburb of Indianapolis.
After passing the airport, US 40 is now routed onto Interstate Southbound on the west side of Indianapolis.
Previously, the highway did not join with I but continued along Washington Street, where it entered Indianapolis proper near Eagle Creek, a tributary of the White River. The new alignment diverts at White River Parkway W. The new alignment included the diversion to create White River State Park, and split into a pair of one-way streets: Washington Street carries westbound traffic and Maryland Street carries eastbound traffic.
Originally US 40 was 2-way street all through town. Paralleling I at a distance of about 3. This section is about 4. US 40's last stop in Indiana is the city of Richmond. In Richmond, it passes a statue known as Madonna of the Trail , one of a series of twelve statues across the U. US 40 enters Ohio just to the south of New Paris. The road is always close to the newer I eastward toward Dayton.
The road never actually enters Dayton, instead skirting the northern suburbs on the way toward Springfield. Army , from injuries suffered when enemy forces attacked his unit with an improvised explosive device in Kandahar Province , Afghanistan. In Springfield, US 40 is split between two one-way streets.
The route then shifts on to East Main Street before leaving town to the east, once again as National Road. I crosses again at unincorporated Harmony. It leaves I at exit near Morristown.
The two roads cross paths several times before they both leave Ohio on a pair of bridges across the Ohio River at Bridgeport. Much of the highway has been moved from the old National Road path to I US 40 enters Pennsylvania at West Alexander. Following Maiden Street out of town, the road turns southeast toward the town of California. From here, the road continues southeast to Uniontown. US 40 bypasses Uniontown along a limited access highway that also carries US An old alignment through Uniontown is signed as "Business US US 40 leaves Pennsylvania at Addison .
US 40 enters Maryland from Pennsylvania near Grantsville in the western part of the state. Here, and through most of the state, it is known as National Pike. US leaves the three-way concurrency at exit 22, but US 40 and I remain on the same pavement through Frostburg and Cumberland. The two routes closely follow the course of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal and the Potomac River for several miles before US 40 leaves the Interstate at exit 9.
US 40 passes directly through the center of Hagerstown using Washington Avenue eastbound and Franklin Street westbound.
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The two routes converge just west of Frederick. It leaves US 15 and rejoins I on the outskirts of Frederick. MD once again takes over the old alignment of US US 40 leaves I for the final time upon entering the western suburbs of Baltimore, once again as Baltimore National Pike. Through this area, an alignment called "Truck US 40" diverts larger vehicles onto an alternate route. US 40, for the entire length of Pulaski Highway, closely parallels I Hatem Memorial Bridge.
US 40 leaves Maryland in Elkton , crossing the border into Delaware. Entering the state from Maryland in Glasgow , it continues along the Pulaski Highway. Much roadside commercial development slows traffic, as there are many traffic lights along the route. US 40 briefly joins the New Jersey Turnpike , and exits to the north of the toll booths.