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AASHTO Fall 2023 Meeting
« on: December 04, 2023, 08:38:02 pm »
https://transportation.org/route/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2023/12/Final_Report_USRN_Fall_2023_R_1.pdf

I am too tired to do much else with this for now, but yes, US 78 was approved to go into AR.   :pan:

I believe the US 1 removal is the decommissioning of US 1 ALT (Franklinton, NC).
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Re: AASHTO Fall 2023 Meeting
« Reply #1 on: December 05, 2023, 12:20:49 am »
And we got an extension of I-27 in TX too!

Wonder how TXDot is gonna deal with the exit numbers for it. lol.

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Re: AASHTO Fall 2023 Meeting
« Reply #2 on: December 05, 2023, 04:15:28 am »
Here's the text of the items, all approved (the withdrawn ones 'with condition', and the condition seems to be that the states withdrew it!). The next post will turn this into something more collapsed.

  • Item 9: Alabama, US 411 Relocation of existing route
    Description: Route begins on existing US 411 at milepost 532.340 Southwest of Centre, Alabama to milepost 517.979. The relocated segment route is 14.361 miles. The route will end on existing US 411 in Gadsden, Alabama.
  • Item 10: Arkansas, US 78 Extension of US route
    Description: Extension of US Highway 78 into Arkansas to connect to future I-57 through the major cities in Northeast Arkansas. Starting on US Highway 67 (Future I-57) South of Walnut Ridge/Hoxie, AR on highway 226 for 12.5 miles, continue onto US Highway 49 for 6.5 miles before turning south onto I-555 in Jonesboro, AR. Continues on I-555 for 5.25 miles before exiting on Highway 18 Spur in Jonesboro, AR. Travel north on Highway 18 Spur for 0.5 miles to Highway 18 eastward for 50 miles to I-55 in Blytheville, AR, then turning south on I-55 for 60 miles to the interchange with I-40. Travel 2.5 miles on Interstate 40/55 through West Memphis, AR before diverging south onto I-55 heading southeastward for 4.0 miles to Tennessee State Line.
  • Item 11: Arkansas, US 412 Relocation of existing route
    Description: Starting at the current interchange with US Highway 63 and US Highway 412 Business travel approximately 6.5 miles eastward along US Highway 63 to the Interchange with US Highway 67. Then turning north on US Highway 67 travel for 2.0 miles before exiting at the Highway 67/412 interchange on the east side of Walnut Ridge/Hoxie.
  • Item 12: Arkansas, Business Route 412 Recognition of business route
    Description: Starting at the Intersection of U.S. Highway 63 heading eastward on U.S. Highway 412 Business for 6.5 miles to the interchange of U.S. Highway 67 and U.S. Highway 412 on the east side of Walnut Ridge, AR.
  • Item 13: Florida, Business Route US 98B Deletion of a route
    Description: Proposing to remove the US Route designation on USB-98/SR30/Beck Avenue at beginning mile point 2.962 to US-231/SR-75/Harrison Avenue at ending mile point 6.362, which is 3.400 miles long. Route is bi-directional.
  • Item 14: Georgia, US 84 Relocation of route
    Description: This action is part of the intersection improvement on the east end of the Bainbridge Bypass to reduce the crash frequency and/or severity of both drivers and pedestrians in Decatur County, GA. It involves realigning sections of SR38/US84 and SR38B/US84B. Route segment starts at 0.18 mile South of N Pipeline St. and ends at 0.43 mile East of N. Pipeline St.
  • Item 15: Georgia, US 84B Realignment of route
    Description: This action is part of the intersection improvement on the east end of the Bainbridge Bypass to reduce the crash frequency and/or severity of both drivers and pedestrians in Decatur County, GA. It involves realigning sections of SR38/US84 and SR38B/US84B. Route segment starts at 0.005 miles west of N. Pipeline St and ends at its intersection with the new alignment of SR38/US84BU.
  • Item 16: Michigan, Business Route US 31 Deletion of route
    Description: Deletion of Business Route US 31 in Pentwater and Oceana County. Business route was 7.3 miles long which started and ended at US 31 and passed through Village of Pentwater. Jurisdiction that made up the business route has been turned back from MDOT to the local agencies where the road will be maintained in a way that is more compatible with its current use.
  • Item 17: North Carolina, US 1 Deletion of route
    Description: US 1 in Franklin County, Southwest of Franklinton, going north along US 1 Alternate through the town of Franklinton. The route is traveling on a twolane, undivided facility with a portion of the route traveling through the central business district of Franklinton, where on-street parking exists. The route is approximately 2.7 miles in length and ends at US 1 in Franklin County, north of Franklinton.
  • Item 18: North Carolina, US 70 Relocation of route
    Description: US 70 is proposed to be relocated due to approval of I-42 along an existing portion of US 70 between I-40 and US70 Business. The route is going along existing US 70 Business in Wake and Johnston Counties. The route is traveling along a multi-lane, divided facility going through the municipalities of Garner and Clayton. The route will cover approximately 11.88 miles, and will end at US 70/US 70 Business interchange.
  • Item 19: North Carolina, US 70B Deletion of route
    Description: US 70 Business is proposed to be eliminated as part of the relocation of US 70. The route begins at I-40/US 70 interchange in Garner. The route is traveling along a multi-lane, divided facility, going east through the municipalities of Garner and Clayton. The route is approximately 11.88 miles, and ends at the US 70/US 70 Business interchange south of Clayton in Johnston County.
  • Item 20: North Dakota, US 85B Establishment of a temporary route
    Description: Temporary US 85B route will begin at the junction of US 2 and US 85, the end point of the NE Truck Reliever Route approved in 2013. It will travel east along Williams County Road 6 approximately 0.4 miles to the end of a previously constructed 4 lane road; then easterly approximately 2 miles on a newly constructed 4 lane road with a new bridge over the Little Muddy River. Continuing to the intersection of Williams County Road 9 then south along existing Williams County Road 9 for approximately 6.5 miles to the junction of ND1804.
  • Item 21: Tennessee, US 78 Extension of US route
    Description: Extension US Highway 78 onto Interstate 55 and into Arkansas. Starting at the Arkansas state line head southeastward on Interstate 55 for approximately 0.6 miles to the Interchange of I-55 and E.E.H. Crump Blvd in Memphis, TN. Then, continue eastward along E.E.H. Crump Blvd for another 1.1 mile to the Intersection of E.E.H. Crump Blvd and S Danny Thomas Blvd
  • Item 22: Tennessee, US 78 Relocation of an existing route
    Description: Relocate of a portion of US Highway 78 along E.E.H. Crump Blvd in Memphis, TN to remove truck traffic from downtown as part of the extension of US Highway 78 into Arkansas. Starting at the intersection E.E.H. Crump Blvd and S Danny Thomas Blvd head eastward along E.E.H. Crump Blvd for 1.4 miles to Intersection of E.E.H. Crump Blvd and Martin Luther King Blvd in Memphis, TN where route 78 continues eastward.
  • Item 23: Tennessee, US 78 Deletion of route
    Description: Starting at S 2nd Street in Memphis, TN travel 2.5 miles eastward along Martin Luther King Blvd to the intersection with E.E.H. Crump Blvd. Removing of a portion of US Highway 78 that is to be relocated along E.E.H. Crump Blvd in Memphis, TN as part of the extension of US highway 78 into Arkansas.
  • WITHDRAWN Item 24: Arkansas, I-42 Establishment of new segment
    Description: New intestate added along US 412 from I-35 in Noble County, Oklahoma to I-49 in Springdale, Arkansas. With connection to interstate routes at both ends as well as connection to I-44/I-244 in Tulsa. The length of the route is 190 miles. Approximately 11 miles along the eastern portion of the proposed route will be utilizing the newly constructed Arkansas Route 612 (Springdale Northern Bypass) connection to I-49. The proposed route will provide essential freeway connectivity between I-35 in Noble County, OK, I-44 in Tulsa, OK, and I-49 in Springdale, AR.
  • Item 25: Oklahoma, I-335 Establishment of a new route
    Description: Assign an interstate number to a currently unnumbered Turnpike. The route begins at the junction of I-44 and the Kickapoo Turnpike, East of Oklahoma City. It will proceed South for a total of 18.71 miles of the junction of I40 and the Kickapoo Turnpike. The Kickapoo Turnpike is a 4 to 6 lane, Dual Carriageway Facility that is Full Access Control.
  • Item 26: Oklahoma, I-344 Establishment of a new route
    Description: This route begins at the junction of I-240/John Kilpatrick TP on the South West side of the City of Oklahoma City, OK. It proceeds around the west and north sides of the City of Oklahoma City. The focal point city along this route is Oklahoma City, Ok. I-344 is a 4 and 6 lane, dual carriageway Facility that is full access control. The proposed route will be 30.89 miles. It ends at the junction of the John Kilpatrick TP/I-35 on the North side of the city of Oklahoma City
  • WITHDRAWN Item 27: Oklahoma, I-42 Establishment of a new route
    Description: The route begins at I-35 in Noble County, Oklahoma. The route will run east along existing US 412 and dual route designation of US 412/I-244 through Tulsa. Alternative alignments will be evaluated as needed in eastern Oklahoma and western Arkansas. The route will cover approximately 190 miles. The route ends at I-49 interchange of the newly constructed Arkansas Route 612 (Springdale Northern bypass) in Arkansas.
  • Item 28: Texas, US 87, I-27 Establishment of New Segment
    Description: TX DOT proposes a new routing, IH 27 to coincide with US 87 from the existing IH 27. The route will extend 4.2 miles to the South of the current IH 27 terminus in Lubbock, TX to the limits of US 87. Lubbock, TX is the focal point city with access control located approximately 0.1 mile north of Country Road 7500 South of Lubbock

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Re: AASHTO Fall 2023 Meeting
« Reply #3 on: December 05, 2023, 04:50:38 am »
    Summary list

    • Alabama, US 411 Relocation - ???
    • Arkansas, US 78 Extension to Future I-57 south of Walnut Ridge/Hoxie along AR226, US49, I-555, AR18 Spur, AR18, I-55
    • Arkansas, US 412 Relocation of existing route around Walnut Ridge/Hoxie using US63 and US67
    • Arkansas, Business Route 412 Recognition along current route through Walnut Ridge/Hoxie
    • Florida, Business Route US 98B (Panama City) Truncation - Route west of US231 removed (also, it is apparently part of FL30)
    • Georgia, US 84 / US84B (Bainbridge) Relocation - interchange moved slightly, already on OSM. (also GA38/GA38 Bus)
    • Michigan, Business Route US 31 (Pentwater) Deletion - MDOT handing over route to local agencies, may continued to be signed
    • North Carolina, US 1 Alt (Franklinton) Deletion
    • North Carolina, US 70 Relocation over US 70B (Smithfield) - through Clayton only
    • North Dakota, US 85B (Williston) Establishment of a temporary route - already in browser?
    • Tennessee, US 78 Extension - relocated around downtown Memphis along Crump Blvd, then along I-55 to the state border
    • WITHDRAWN Arkansas, Oklahoma I-42 Establishment
    • Oklahoma, I-335 Establishment - Kickapoo Turnpike
    • Oklahoma, I-344 Establishment - John Kilpatrick Turnpike
    • Texas I-27 Extension south from Lubbock along US87 to CR7500 (just north of Lp493
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Re: AASHTO Fall 2023 Meeting
« Reply #4 on: December 05, 2023, 06:23:49 am »
Thank you si404 for allowing me to sleep.

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Re: AASHTO Fall 2023 Meeting
« Reply #5 on: December 05, 2023, 06:55:45 am »
The US 70 Bus reversion to US 70 is for Clayton, not Smithfield

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Re: AASHTO Fall 2023 Meeting
« Reply #6 on: December 05, 2023, 07:10:31 am »
The US 70 Bus reversion to US 70 is for Clayton, not Smithfield
it's the Smithfield route in our browser.

Theory: did OK get the 3xx numbers for the Fut240 renumbering the wrong way around? Kilpatrick meets I-35, Kickapoo doesn't.

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Re: AASHTO Fall 2023 Meeting
« Reply #7 on: December 05, 2023, 07:59:03 am »
I-335 in the far future is supposed to connect to I-35 south of Norman somewhere.

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Re: AASHTO Fall 2023 Meeting
« Reply #8 on: December 05, 2023, 10:38:52 am »

Yeah I was reading that and it sounds like ND's just making it official. Might be they're planning on relocating it?
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Re: AASHTO Fall 2023 Meeting
« Reply #9 on: December 06, 2023, 10:30:53 am »
Looks like the 85B is indeed temporary until this project gets off the ground. Don't know why they didn't just make an ND 1804 truck route but whatever.
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Re: AASHTO Fall 2023 Meeting
« Reply #10 on: December 10, 2023, 10:09:31 am »
  • Alabama, US 411 Relocation - ???

This one was ALDOT finally catching up for a new alignment north of Gadsden that is already in TM.

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Re: AASHTO Fall 2023 Meeting
« Reply #11 on: January 03, 2024, 12:22:59 am »
yes, US 78 was approved to go into AR.   :pan:
Major NEA cities, US67, Walnut Ridge / Hoxie... My first thought was they might run it up along I-555. But nooooo. Then I read more. :pan: is right.
ARDOT did the right thing by straightening out US63. And now they're making up for it with this. :P
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Re: AASHTO Fall 2023 Meeting
« Reply #12 on: January 30, 2024, 07:15:23 am »
US 1 ALT in Franklinton, NC, is still signed from US 1 as of Saturday.

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Re: AASHTO Fall 2023 Meeting
« Reply #13 on: January 31, 2024, 01:27:37 am »
Was there a map version/packet of this list somewhere?

Because I look at what's written for US 78 and it makes absolutely no freaking sense, but on the other hand, it's Arkansas.

(Yakra appears to have covered this, but I must "WTF, Arkansas?" any and all times necessary.)

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Re: AASHTO Fall 2023 Meeting
« Reply #14 on: January 31, 2024, 06:03:22 am »
No maps on the forum thread (https://www.aaroads.com/forum/index.php?topic=34216.msg2898779#msg2898779).

However, the US 78 thread has a link to the map in the first post (https://www.aaroads.com/forum/index.php?topic=34049.msg2879139#msg2879139).