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Highway Collection

The Highway "My Way" Bucket List


Some people collect salt and pepper shakers, postcards and spoons. We collect highways. It seems so logical. We spend half our trips finding new roads and the other half wishing we had time to travel every single one. We've been saying for years that we are running out of roads so this page is dedicated to the ones we've travelled on. Is it possible to put every single road on our bucket list? We're trying.

On the road again
Just can't wait to get on the road again
The life I love is making music with my friends
And I can't wait to get on the road again.

On the road again
Goin' places that I've never been
Seein' things that I may never see again
And I can't wait to get on the road again.

Willie Nelson



Highway Hierarchy

Highways are split into four main types of systems. A highway shield or route marker is a sign denoting the type and route number of a highway, in the form of a symbolic shape with the route number enclosed. As the focus of the sign, the route number is usually the sign's largest element, with other items on the sign rendered in smaller sizes or contrasting colors. Numbered Highways

Interstate. The U.S. Interstate Highway System is a federally funded and administered (but state-maintained) network of freeways that forms a part of the National Highway System of the United States. Interstate Highway System

Trans Canada. The Trans-Canada Highway system is the only federally maintained highway system in Canada. Numbered highways in Canada are split by Province. Letters added to the number indicate an alternate business, truck, connector, scenic, or spur route. Trans Canada Highway

U.S. Highways. The system of United States Numbered Highways is an integrated network of roads and highways numbered within a nationwide grid in the United States. The roadways are maintained by state or local governments. U.S. Numbered Highways

State Highways. Each state has a state highway system. State highways are of varying standards and quality. State Highways

County Highways. The final administrative level is the county-maintained county highway. County routes vary widely from well-traveled multilane highways to dirt roads into remote parts of the county. County Highways


List of Highways in Alberta
  • Primary 1A
  • Primary 2
  • Primary 2A
  • Primary 3
    - Crowsnest Highway
    - Red Coat Trail
  • Primary 4
    - Red Coat Trail
  • Primary 5
  • Primary 6
  • Primary 7
  • Primary 8
  • Primary 9
  • Primary 11
    - David Thompson Highway
  • Primary 11A
  • Primary 12
  • Primary 14
    - Poundmaker Trail
  • Primary 15
  • Primary 16A
  • Primary 18
  • Primary 19
  • Primary 20
  • Primary 20A
  • Primary 21
  • Primary 22
    - Cowboy Trail
  • Primary 22X
  • Primary 23
  • Primary 24
  • Primary 27
  • Primary 36
  • Primary 39
  • Primary 40
    - Bighorn Highway
  • Primary 41
    - Buffalo Trail
  • Primary 43
  • Primary 53
  • Primary 54
  • Primary 56
  • Primary 100
  • Primary 201
  • Primary 216
  • Secondary 519
  • Secondary 540
  • Secondary 543
  • Secondary 547
  • Secondary 549
  • Secondary 560
  • Secondary 563
  • Secondary 567
  • Secondary 575
    - Dinosaur Trail
  • Secondary 581
  • Secondary 582
  • Secondary 587
  • Secondary 595
  • Secondary 766
  • Secondary 771
  • Secondary 772
  • Secondary 783
  • Secondary 797
  • Secondary 806
  • Secondary 815
  • Secondary 837
    - Dinosaur Trail
  • Secondary 838
    - Dinosaur Trail
  • Secondary 873
  • Secondary 901
  • Trans Canada No. 1
  • Trans Canada No. 16
    - Yellowhead Highway
List of Highway in BC
  • Primary 1A
  • Primary 3
    - Crowsnest Highway
  • Primary 3A
  • Primary 3B
  • Primary 4
  • Primary 5
    - Yellowhead Highway
    - Coquihalla Highway
  • Primary 5A
  • Primary 6
  • Primary 10
  • Primary 11
  • Primary 17
  • Primary 19
  • Primary 19A
  • Primary 33
  • Primary 41
  • Primary 95
  • Primary 99
  • Primary 97
    - Okanagan Trail
  • Primary 97A
  • Primary 97B
  • Primary 395
  • Trans Canada No. 1
  • Trans Canada No. 16
    - Highway of Tears
List of Highway in Manitoba
  • Primary 2
    - Red Coat Trail
  • Primary 10
  • Primary 12
  • Primary 101
  • Secondary 311
  • Trans Canada No. 1
  • Trans Canada No. 16
    - Yellowhead Highway
List of Highways in New Brunswick
  • Primary 1
  • Primary 7
  • Primary 8
  • Trans Canada No. 2
List of Highways in Newfoundland
  • Route 40
List of Highways in NWT
  • No NWT Yet
List of Highways in Nova Scotia
  • Arterial 102
  • Arterial 103
  • Trunk 3
  • Collector 333
  • Collector 358
  • Trans Canada No. 104
List of Highways in Nunavut
  • No Nunavut Yet
List of Highways in Ontario
  • County 4
  • County 5
  • County 9
  • County 10
  • County 12
  • County 18
  • Primary 6
  • Primary 8
  • Primary 11
  • Primary 17
  • Primary 26
  • Primary 400
  • Primary 401
    - Highway of Heroes
    - Kings Highway
  • Primary 402
  • Primary 420
  • Primary 427
  • Secondary 1
  • Secondary 4
  • Secondary 6
  • Secondary 7
  • Secondary 9
  • Secondary 21
  • Secondary 23
  • Secondary 24
  • Secondary 25
  • Secondary 86
  • Secondary 109
  • Secondary 124
  • Secondary 125
  • Gardner Expressway
  • Trans Canada
List of Highways in PEI
  • Trans Canada
List of Highways in Quebec
  • Trans Canada
List of Highways in Saskatchewan
  • Trans Canada No. 1
  • Trans Canada No. 16
    - Yellowhead Highway
List of Highways in Yukon
  • No Yukon Yet
List of Highways in Alabama
  • Hwy
List of Highways in Alaska
  • No Hwys Yet
List of Highways in Arizona
  • Apache Trail
  • Black Mountains Scenic Byway
  • Carefree Highway
  • Cave Creek Road
  • County Road 10
    - Oatman Road
  • County Road 153
    - Boundary Cone Road
  • Old Spanish Trail
  • Route 66
  • Salome Hwy
  • Speedway Blvd
  • I-8
  • I-10
  • I-17
  • I-40
  • State 51
  • State 60
  • State 64
  • State 66
  • State 68
  • State 69
  • State 73
  • State 74
  • State 77
  • State 79
  • State 80
  • State 82
  • State 83
  • State 85
  • State 86
  • State 87
  • State 88
  • State 89
  • State 89A
  • State 90
  • State 95
  • State 101
  • State 125
  • State 143
  • State 155
  • State 179
  • State 188
  • State 202
  • State 260
  • US 60
  • US 70
  • US 80 (Old)
  • US 89
  • US 89A
  • US 93
  • US 95
  • US 160
  • US 180
  • US 191
List of Highways in Arkansas
  • I-30
  • I-40
  • I-55
  • I-530
  • US 167
List of Highways in California
  • Amboy Road
  • County 66
  • Farm Road 264
  • Generals Highway
  • Golden Chain Highway
  • Historic 6
  • Historic 66
  • Historic 99
  • Kelbaker Road
  • Mountain Road 3
  • Mountain Road 109
  • Park Blvd - Joshua NP
  • Pinto Basin Road - Joshua NP
  • Route 66
  • Utah Trail - Joshua NP
  • Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway
  • I-5
  • I-8
  • I-10
  • I-15
  • I-40
  • I-80
  • I-215
  • I-580
  • State 1
  • State 2
  • State 3
  • State 4
  • State 20
  • State 36
  • State 41
  • State 44
  • State 49
    - Golden Chain Highway
  • State 58
  • State 62
  • State 65
  • State 66
  • State 70
  • State 86
  • State 88
  • State 95
  • State 89
  • State 99
  • State 101
  • State 108
  • State 111
  • State 120
  • State 127
  • State 128
  • State 134
  • State 136
  • State 139
  • State 153
  • State 155
  • State 160
  • State 168
  • State 178
  • State 180
  • State 190
  • State 198
    - Generals Highway
  • State 253
  • State 254
  • State 266
  • State 270
  • State 299
  • US 6
  • US 50
  • US 66
  • US 95
  • US 97
  • US 101
  • US 395
List of Highways in Colorado
  • I-25
  • I-70
  • State 13
  • State 21
  • State 24
  • State 65
  • State 87
  • State 92
  • US 50
  • US 385
  • US 550
List of Highways in Connecticut
  • Hwy
List of Highways in Delaware
  • Hwy
List of Highways in Florida
  • Hwy
List of Highways in Georgia
  • Hwy
List of Highways in Hawaii
  • Hwy
List of Highways in Idaho
  • I-15
  • I-84
  • I-90
  • National Forest 9
  • State 48
  • State 51
  • State 200
  • US 2
  • US 12
    - Lewis & Clark Trail
  • US 20
  • US 95
  • Northwest Passage Scenic Byway
  • Peaks to Craters Scenic Byway
  • Salmon River Scenic Byway
  • Sawtooth Scenic Byway
List of Highways in Illinois
  • I-57
  • I-72
  • I-74
  • I-80
  • US 34
  • US 54
  • US 150
List of Highways in Indiana
  • County 16
  • County 22
  • County 34
  • I-69
  • I-70
  • I-74
  • I-94
  • State 3
  • State 6
  • State 9
  • State 13
  • State 15
  • State 16
  • State 18
  • State 19
  • State 25
  • State 29
  • State 26
  • State 39
  • State 63
  • State 120
  • State 281
  • US 6
  • US 20
  • US 24
  • US 35
  • US 41
  • US 52
  • US 150
  • US 231
  • US 421
List of Highways in Iowa
  • I-35
  • I-80
  • I-380
  • State 27
  • US 18
  • US 20
  • US 67
  • US 218
List of Highways in Kansas
  • I-70
  • State 4
  • State 18
  • State 24
  • State 7
  • US 36
  • US 59
  • US 75
  • US 81
List of Highways in Kentucky
  • I-65
List of Highways in Louisiana
  • I-20
  • State 9
  • US 79
List of Highways in Maine
  • Hwy
List of Highways in Maryland
  • Hwy
List of Highways in Massachusetts
  • Hwy
List of Highways in Michigan
  • I-69
  • I-94
  • State 24
  • State 59
  • State 66
  • State 86
  • US 12
  • US 23
  • US 127
  • US 131
List of Highways in Minnesota
  • I-35
  • I-90
  • State 13
  • US 65
List of Highways in Mississippi
  • I-55
List of Highways in Missouri
  • I-70
  • I-259
  • State 5
  • State 19
  • State 22
  • State 79
  • State 87
  • State 110
  • State J
  • US 24
  • US 36
  • US 40
  • US 54
  • US 59
  • US 61
  • US 65
List of Highways in Montana
  • Going to the Sun Road
  • Lewis & Clark
  • Nez Perce Trail
  • I-15
  • I-90
  • Secondary 278
  • Secondary 283
  • Secondary 342
  • Secondary 356
  • State 1
  • State 3
  • State 17
  • State 28
  • State 35
  • State 37
  • State 40
  • State 41
  • State 43
  • State 49
  • State 55
  • State 56
  • State 69
  • State 82
  • State 83
  • State 87
  • State 141
  • State 178
  • State 200
  • State 219
  • State 220
  • State 221
  • State 287
  • State 471
  • US 2
  • US 3
  • US 12
    - Nez Perce Trail
  • US 17
  • US 28
  • US 35
  • US 37
  • US 40
  • US 41
  • US 43
  • US 49
  • US 69
  • US 82
  • US 83
  • US 89
  • US 93
  • US 287
List of Highways in Nebraska
  • State 27
  • State 92
  • US 26
List of Highways in Nevada
  • Extraterrestrial Highway
  • I-15
  • I-80
  • I-215
  • I-515
  • I-580
  • State 28
  • State 30
  • State 147
  • State 159
  • State 160
  • State 163
  • State 164
  • State 169
  • State 225
  • State 264
  • State 266
  • State 267
  • State 278
  • State 318
  • State 321
  • State 373
  • State 374
  • State 375
    - Extraterrestrial Highway
  • State 487
  • State 488
  • State 562
  • State 564
  • State 589
  • State 592
  • State 593
  • State 594
  • State 604
  • State 667
  • US 6
  • US 50
  • US 93
  • US 95
  • US 395
  • County 215
List of Highways in New Hampshire
  • Hwy
List of Highways in New Jersey
  • Hwy
List of Highways in New Mexico
  • I-25
  • I-40
  • State 48
  • US 380
  • US 550
List of Highways in New York
  • Hwy
List of Highways in North Carolina
  • Hwy
North Dakota
  • Native American Scenic Byway
List of Highways in Ohio
  • State 707
  • US 127
List of Highways in Oklahoma
  • I-40
List of Highways in Oregon
  • Crater Lake Highway
  • Forest Rout 46
    - Cascade Lakes Scenic Byway
  • I-5
  • I-82
  • I-84
  • State 11
  • State 19
  • State 20
  • State 22
  • State 34
  • State 39
  • State 58
  • State 62
  • State 126
  • State 138
  • State 140
  • State 211
  • State 213
  • State 214
  • State 242
  • US 20
  • US 26
  • US 30
    - Columbia River Highway
    - Historic US 30
  • US 97
  • US 101
  • US 395
  • Nez Perce Trail
  • Oregon Trail
  • Pacific Coast Scenic Byway
List of Highways in Pennsylvania
  • Hwy
List of Highways in Rhode Island
  • Hwy
List of Highways in South Carolina
  • Hwy
List of Highways in South Dakota
  • I-90
  • State 34
  • US 14
  • US Alt 14
  • US 85
List of Highways in Tennessee
  • I-40
  • I-69
  • I-75
List of Highways in Texas
  • FM 1376
  • FM 1488
  • I-10
  • I-35
  • I-40
  • I-45
  • State 21
  • State 46
  • State 137
  • US 59
  • US 79
  • US 87
  • US 259
  • US 290
  • US 380
List of Highways in Utah
  • Valley of the Gods Road
  • Burr Trail (BLM 12000)
  • Stone-Hollbrook Road
  • I-15
  • I-70
  • I-80
  • State 9
  • State 12
  • State 20
  • State 24
  • State 28
  • State 30
  • State 36
  • State 38
  • State 64
  • State 95
  • State 112
  • State 128
  • State 132
  • State 138
  • State 256
  • State 261
  • State 276
  • State 316
  • US 6
  • US 50
  • US 89
  • US 163
  • US 191
List of Highways in Vermont
  • Hwy
List of Highways in Virginia
  • Hwy
List of Highways in Washington
  • 9 Mile Road
  • Chesaw Road
  • Chinook Scenic Byway
  • Country Road 50
  • Country Road 502
  • Country Road 4777
  • Country Road 4825
  • Country Road 4839
  • Country Road 9480
  • Country Road 9495
  • I-5
  • I-82
  • I-90
  • I-205
  • I-405
  • Mt. Baker Scenic Byway
  • State 4
  • State 7
  • State 9
  • State 14
  • State 18
  • State 20
  • State 21
  • State 23
  • State 25
  • State 26
  • State 28
  • State 31
  • State 99
  • State 104
  • State 123
  • State 125
  • State 127
  • State 128
  • State 169
  • State 174
  • State 231
  • State 281
  • State 401
  • State 410
  • State 504
  • State 522
  • State 524
  • State 525
  • State 527
  • State 530
  • State 538
  • State 542
  • State 706
  • US 2
  • US 12
  • US 97
  • US 101
  • US 195
  • US 395
List of Highways in Washington, D.C.
  • Hwy
List of Highways in West Virginia
  • Hwy
List of Highways in Wisconsin
  • Hwy
List of Highways in Wyoming
  • I-25
  • I-80
  • I-90
  • County 12
  • State 24
  • State 33
  • State 789
  • US 14
  • US Alt 14
  • US 16
  • US 20
  • US 26
  • US 89
  • US 191
  • US 287

America's Byways, Historic & Exceptional Highways

America's Byways

America's Byways® is the umbrella term used for the collection of distinct and diverse roads designated by the U.S. Secretary of Transportation. America's Byways include the National Scenic Byways and All-American Roads. In order to be recognized the road must have at least one of the six "intrinsic qualities" - scenic, natural, historic, cultural, archeological, and recreational. America's Byways

National Scenic Byways

A National Scenic Byway is a road having at least one of the six "intrinsic qualities". The program was established by Congress in 1991 to preserve and protect the nation's scenic but often less-traveled roads and promote tourism and economic development. There are 120 National Scenic Byways. National Scenic Byway - Wikipedia

All-American Roads

The most scenic byways are designated All-American Roads, which must meet two or more of the six intrinsic qualities. The designation means they have features that do not exist elsewhere in the United States and are unique and important enough to be tourist destinations unto themselves. There are 31 All-American Roads. All American Roads - Wikipedia

National Historic Trails

The National Trails System Act of 1968 authorized a National System of Scenic, Historic and Recreation trails to preserve access to significant outdoor scenic and historic resources of the nation. A National Scenic Trail (NST) or National Historic Trails (NHT) requires Congressional approval by both the House and Senate. National Historic Trails


Emigrant Trail

The Emigrant Trails were overland wagon trails throughout the American West, used by migrants from the eastern United States to settle lands west of the Interior Plains during the migration of the mid-19th century.

The term specifically applies to the overlap of three interrelated routes: the Oregon Trail (from the 1830s), Mormon Trail (from 1846), and California Trail (from 1841). A separate route was the Santa Fe Trail (from 1821).

California National Historic Trail. The 2,000 mile road carried over 250,000 gold-seekers and farmers to California during the 1840s and 1850s—the greatest mass migration in American history. Congress designated the California National Historic Trail in 1992.
Morman Pioneer National Historic Trial. 70,000 Mormons traveled along the 1,300 mile Mormon Trail from 1846 to 1869. The Morman Trail extends from Nauvoo, Illinois to Salt Lake City, Utah. Congress designated the Mormon Pioneer National Historic Trail in 1978.
Oregon National Historic Trail. From early 1830s to 1869 the 2,200 mile Oregon Trail was used by about 400,000 fur traders, gold seekers, missionaries, settlers, ranchers, businessmen, and families. Congress designated the Oregon National Historic Trail in 1978.
Santa Fe National Historic Trail. The Santa Fe Trail connected Franklin, Missouri with Santa Fe, New Mexico. Between 1821 and 1880 it served as a vital international commercial highway, a military route during the Mexican–American War, and a connection to the new southwest territories until the introduction of the railroad in 1880.

Historic Trails and Routes of Significance
Bighorn Highway. Highway No. 40, also named Kananaskis Trail, extends 456 miles from Coleman to Grande Prairie. It currently has two gravel sections. Bighorn Highway
Buffalo Trail. Highway No. 41, also named Buffalo Trail, is a 426 mile north-south highway extending from the Hamlet of La Corey at Highway 55 to the United States border at Wild Horse. Buffalo Trail
Cowboy Trail. The north-south Highway No. 22 is named Cowboy Trail because it passes through extensive ranch country. The 363 mile highway generally follows the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains. Cowboy Trail
Crowsnest Highway. Crowsnest Highway No. 3 in Alberta and British Columbia was officially established in 1932. The 721 mile highway mainly follows a mid-19th century gold rush trail. It takes its name from the Crowsnest Pass. Crowsnest Highway
David Thompson Highway. Highway No. 11 runs 199 miles from Banff National Park east through Nordegg, Rocky Mountain House, Red Deer and finally connecting with Highway 12 near Stettler. David Thompson Highway
Dinosaur Trail. The 29 mile Dinosaur Trail parallels the Red Deer River from Drumheller to the Bleriot Ferry. The Dinosaur Trail uses portions of Highway Nos. 575, 837 and 838. Dinosaur Trail
Highway of Heroes. A portion of Highway 401 between Trenton and Toronto was named Highway of Heroes on August 24, 2007 in honour of Canadian soldiers who have died. Highway of Heroes
Highway of Tears. The Highway of Tears murders is a series of unsolved murders and disappearances of young women along the 500 mile section of Highway 16 between Prince George and Prince Rupert, British Columbia from 1969 until 2011. Police list the number of victims at 18, but estimates by aboriginal organizations range into the 40s. Highway of Tears
King's Highway 401. The Macdonald–Cartier Freeway is a 400-series highway stretching 508.2 miles from Windsor to the Quebec border. King's Highway
Lake Superior Circle Tour. The 1000 mile Lake Superior Circle Tour is part of the Great Lakes Circle Tour. It loops around Lake Superior linking highways in Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Ontario. Lake Superior Circle Tour
Lewis & Clark National Historic Trail. The 3,700 mile Lewis & Clark Trail commemorates the Lewis and Clark Expedition of 1804 to 1806. Beginning in Illinois, it passes through portions of Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. Lewis and Clark
Lincoln Highway. The Lincoln Highway was the first transcontinental highway for automobiles across the USA eventually covering 14 states from New York to California. The first officially recorded length of the entire Lincoln Highway in 1913 was 3,389 miles. Over the years, the road was improved and numerous realignments were made, and by 1924 the highway had been shortened to 3,142 miles. Lincoln Highway
National Old Trails Road. The National Old Trails Road, also known as the Ocean-to-Ocean Highway, was established in 1912, and became part of the National Auto Trail system in the United States. It was 3,096 miles long and stretched from Baltimore, Maryland to California. After U.S. Route 66 was decommissioned, in eastern California portions of the road were renamed with the old name, and signed accordingly. National Old Trails Road
National Park to Park Highway. This 6.000 mile auto trail of the 1910s and 1920s was one huge loop connecting twelve National Parks - Rocky Mountain, Yellowstone, Glacier, Mount Rainier, Crater Lake, Lassen Volcanic, Yosemite, General Grant, Sequoia, Zion, Grand Canyon, and Mesa Verde. By 1920, eleven states were involved in the Park-to-Park Highway program. Park to Park
Niagara Parkway. The Niagara Parkway is a scenic road that travels on the Canadian side of the Niagara River from the town of Fort Erie to Niagara-on-the-Lake. Niagara Parkway
Okanagan Trail. The Okanagan Trail was an inland route to the Fraser Canyon Gold Rush from Washington and Oregon Territories in 1858-1859. The route follows that used by the Hudson's Bay Company fur brigades. Okanagan Trail
Pony Express National Historic Trail. For 18 months, from April 3, 1860 until October 1861, the Pony Express Trail was used by young men on fast horses to carry the nation's mail from Missouri to California in the unprecedented time of only ten days. Congress designated the Pony Express National Historic Trail in 1992. Pony Express
Poundmaker Trail. Poundmaker Trail, Highway No 14 in Alberta and Highway No. 40 in Saskatchewan, spans 341 miles from Shellbrook, Saskatchewan to Edmonton, Alberta where it connects with Highway 2. Poundmaker Trail was named after Chief Poundmaker of the Cree. Poundmaker Trail
Queen Elizabeth Way. The QEW, is a 400 Series Highway linking Toronto with the Niagara Peninsula and Buffalo, New York. The freeway travels 86.4 miles around the western shore of Lake Ontario, ending at Highway 427. Queen Elizabeth Way
Red Coat Trail. The 804 mile trail through Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta approximates the path taken in 1874 by the North-West Mounted Police in their quest to bring law and order to the Canadian West. Red Coat Trail
Route 66 - The Mother Road. Route 66, also known as the Main Street of America or the Mother Road, was one of the original highways within the U.S. Highway System. The 2,451 mile Route 66 was established on November 11, 1926 and officially removed on June 27, 1985, replaced by the Interstate Highway System. Route 66
The Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway is an All-American Road in the states of California and Oregon. It is roughly 500 miles long and travels through the Cascade Range past numerous volcanoes. It is composed of two separate National Scenic Byways, the Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway - Oregon and Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway - California and passes through Crater Lake National Park and Lassen Volcanic National Park. Volcanic Legacy Scenic Byway
Yellowhead Highway. The Yellowhead Highway officially opened in 1970. The 1,840 mile route is a major east-west highway connecting the four western provinces of British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. Yellowhead Highway
Yellowstone Trail. Established on May 23, 1912, Yellowstone Trail was the first transcontinental automobile highway through the upper tier of the United States. The 3,719 mile Auto Trail ran from the Atlantic Ocean in Plymouth, Massachusetts, to the Pacific Ocean in Seattle, Washington. Yellowstone Trail

 

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