List of highways that violate the AASHTO’s numbering standards

by jovan1984

It is travel season.  And predictably, most people pay attention to the route number.  What people don’t know is that there are some highways that violate the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials’s numbering standards.  This list is of highways that violate the AASHTO’s numbering standards.

US Route 4. Signed as north-south instead of east-west in New York.
US Route 33. Signed as east-west instead of north-south in Ohio and the Virginias.
US Route 42. Signed as north-south instead of east-west.
US Route 52. Signed as north-south instead of east-west in the Virginias and Carolinas.
US Route 62. Signed as north-south instead of east west in Pennsylvania and New York.
US Route 68. Signed as north-south instead of east-west in Ohio.
US Route 96. Signed as north-south instead of east-west.
US Route 98. Signed as north-south instead of east-west in Florida.
US Route 130. Signed as north-south instead of east-west.
US Route 175. Signed as east-west instead of north-south.
US Route 206. Signed as north-south instead of east-west.
US Route 211. Signed as east-west instead of north-south.
US Route 218. Signed as north-south instead of east west.
US Route 220. Signed as north-south instead of east-west.*
US Route 222. Signed as north-south instead of east-west.
US Route 250. Signed as north-south instead of east-west in West Virginia.
US Route 258. Signed as north-south instead of east-west.
US Route 340. Signed as north-south instead of east-west in the Virginias.
US Route 522. Signed as north-south instead of east-west.
US Route 550. Signed as north-south instead of east-west.

* – Relation to US 11, NOT US 20.

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