USBR 36 has been designated in Illinois. Portions of our route run concurrent with it. For more information and maps see advcy.link/ilusbr. The route in Missouri is concurrent with USBR 66. As of this printing, it is planned to be signed. Be aware that signs can be damaged, stolen, or otherwise missing so you can never rely totally on following signs. For more information and maps see advcy.link/mousbr.
THIS MAP AND ACCOMPANYING INFORMATION IS INTENDED SOLELY TO ASSIST BICYCLISTS IN SELECTING ROUTES THROUGH THE CITY OF SEATTLE. In providing this information, the city does not assume liability for bicyclists who choose to travel upon any of the routes, trails or lanes shown on this map, nor does the city guarantee the stability, condition or fitness of any of the listed routes, trails or lanes for bicycling. Many of the routes, trails or lanes identified on this map cross and/or run on public roads that are exposed to environmental factors. As is true of any street, routes may contain pavement imperfections, including ruts, cracks, bumps, expansion joints and debris.
"Not so," said Amber Hale, public information officer for Kentucky Department of Highways' District 8. "I-66 has not been cancelled. The route is still on Highway Department maps; it's something for the future; it's a matter of money." 2b1af7f3a8