U.S. Route 24

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U.S. Route 24 marker

U.S. Route 24
Route information
Length1,540 mi[source?] (2,478 km)
Existed1926[source?]–present
Major junctions
West end I-70 / US 6 at Minturn, CO
  I-25 / US 85 / US 87 at Colorado Springs, CO

I-70 at Burlington, CO
I-29 / I-35 / US 71 at Kansas City, MO
I-74 at East Peoria, IL
I-55 near Chenoa, IL
I-65 at Remington, IN
I-69 / I-469 / US 27 / US 30 / US 33 at Fort Wayne, IN

I-94 near Taylor, MI
North end I-75 near Clarkston, MI
Location
StatesColorado, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Michigan
Highway system

U.S. Route 24 (US 24) is a United States highway. It was one of the first United States highways of 1926.[1] It originally ran from Pontiac, Michigan, in the east to Kansas City, Missouri, in the west. Today, the highway's northern end is in Independence Township, Michigan. It's at an intersection with I-75. The western end is near Minturn, Colorado. It's at an intersection with I-70. The highway goes from north–south to east–west in Toledo, Ohio.

References[change | change source]

  1. End of U.S. highway 24. mapguy. URL accessed 29 April 2006.