U.S. Route 2

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U.S. Route 2 marker

U.S. Route 2

US 2 highlighted in red
Route information
Length: 2,579 mi[2] (4,150 km)
Existed: November 11, 1926[1] – present
Western segment
Length: 2,119 mi[2] (3,410 km)
West end: I-5 / SR 529 in Everett, WA
Major
junctions:

US 395 in Spokane, WA
I-15 in Shelby, MT
US 87 near Havre, MT
US 83 in Minot, ND
I-29 / US 81 in Grand Forks, ND

I-35 in Duluth, MN
East end: I-75 / BL I-75 in St. Ignace, MI
Eastern segment
Length: 460 mi[2] (740 km)
West end: US 11 in Rouses Point, NY
Major
junctions:
US 7 in Burlington, VT
I-91 in St. Johnsbury, VT
East end: I-95 / Route 95 in Houlton, ME
Highway system

United States Numbered Highways
List • Bannered • Divided • Replaced

U.S. Route 2 is a highway that has two parts. The western part begins in Everett, Washington and ends in St. Ignace, Michigan. The eastern part begins in Rouses Point, New York and ends in Houlton, Maine. For much of its route, Route 2 runs near the U.S.-Canadian border. Part of it follows the Theodore Roosevelt Highway. It goes through Glacier National Park

References[change | change source]

  1. Weingroff, Richard F. (January 9, 2009). "From Names to Numbers: The Origins of the U.S. Numbered Highway System". Federal Highway Administration. http://wwwcf.fhwa.dot.gov/infrastructure/numbers.cfm. Retrieved April 21, 2009.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 Droz, Robert V. (June 1, 2010). "Sequential List with Termini and Lengths in Miles". US Highways From US 1 to US 830. http://www.us-highways.com/us1830.htm. Retrieved June 6, 2010.
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