There are 66 mainline Interstate highways that crisscross the country from I-2 along the Rio Grande Valley in Texas to I-97 in Maryland. Eight of these Interstates traverse New York State, and the Mapquest Discover blog has ranked them all.
Florida's Interstate 4 can no longer lay claim to being the lowest numbered interstate in the country. That distinction now belongs to Interstate 2, which runs through the Rio Grande Valley in southern Texas. Interstate 2 signage was unveiled today at a ceremony in Harlingen.
Drive through the Syracuse area during the twelve day run of the New York State Fair and you may notice something odd - a stoplight on Interstate 690. The traffic on the expressway is stopped often during the fair to allow egress to the highway from the parking lots. Have you ever wondered how rare stoplights are on the Interstate Highway System?