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Kansas Interstate Trivia

   
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  • What Kansas town was along the first approved I-70 route, but not on the final route? Answer

  •  What section of Interstate had the highest average daily traffic count in 2004? Answer

  • What section of Kansas Interstate had the lowest average daily traffic count in 2004? Answer


  • What section of Kansas Interstate has the highest elevation? Answer

  • What section of Kansas Interstate has the lowest elevation? Answer


  • What is the minimum width of an Interstate lane? Answer

  •  What does an Interstate with a three-digit number indicate? Answer

  • Where do Interstate route mile marker numbers begin in Kansas? Answer

  • How many Interstate interchanges are there in Kansas? What county has the most? Answer

  • Where is the longest Interstate bridge in Kansas? What type of structure is it? Answer

  • Where is the oldest Interstate bridge still in use in Kansas and in what year was it constructed? Answer

  • Where are the three steel girder Interstate bridges that have the longest single spans of 425 feet? Answer

  • In 1964, what was the posted speed limit on Kansas Interstate highways not including the Kansas Turnpike? Answer

  • In 1964, what was the posted speed limit on the Kansas Turnpike? Answer

  • Each Interstate route in Kansas has a list of “control cities” to sign for along that route. Control cities are major destination points or cities located on or near the Interstate System. They are determined by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO). What are the control cities in Kansas along I-70? Answer

  • On May 13, 2003, Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius proclaimed  that a trail commemorating certain distinguished war veterans parallel the Eisenhower Interstate Highway System in Kansas. What is the trail called? Answer