Clinched routes

This is a list of routes that I’m certain I’ve driven or ridden in entirety (need not be all at once). The only multi-state routes I’ve clinched are I-57 and US-131. Below are the routes categorized by state. I won’t bold updates now since I update this list so infrequently. For a map of counties I’ve visited, see my Mob-Rule page.

Michigan

  • I-69
  • I-94
  • I-96
  • I-194
  • I-275
  • I-296 (unsigned)
  • I-375
  • I-496
  • US-8
  • US-10
  • US-12
  • US-31
  • US-41
  • US-127
  • US-131
  • US-141
  • US-223
  • BL-69 Coldwater
  • BL-69 Charlotte
  • BL-69 Lansing
  • BL-69 Port Huron
  • BS-75 Bay City
  • BL-75 St. Ignace
  • BL-94 Kalamazoo
  • BL-94 Battle Creek
  • BL-94 Marshall
  • BL-94 Albion
  • BL-94 Jackson
  • BL-94 Ann Arbor
  • BL-94 Port Huron
  • BL-96 Lansing
  • BL-196 South Haven
  • BS-196 Grand Rapids
  • Capitol Loop (an I-496 business connection in Lansing)
  • BR US-12 Niles (since replaced with M-139 from western end to Front Street, turned back from there to 5th Street (M-51), with the concurrency with M-51 removed)
  • BR US-12 Ypsilanti
  • BR US-23 Ann Arbor
  • BR US-31 Muskegon
  • BR US-127 Jackson
  • BR US-127 Lansing (unsigned)
  • BR US-127 Mount Pleasant
  • BR US-127 Clare
  • BR US-127 Harrison (as BR US-27)
  • BR US-131 Kalamazoo
  • BR US-131 Three Rivers
  • BR US-131 Grand Rapids
  • BR-US-131 Cadillac
  • M-1
  • M-3
  • M-5
  • M-10
  • M-13
  • M-14
  • M-15
  • M-17
  • M-21
  • M-22
  • M-25
  • M-26
  • M-27
  • M-29
  • M-30
  • M-35
  • M-36
  • M-37
  • M-43
  • M-45
  • M-51
  • M-53
  • M-60
  • BR M-60 Niles
  • M-63
  • M-66
  • M-67
  • M-77
  • M-78
  • M-83
  • M-84
  • M-86
  • M-89
  • M-91
  • M-96
  • M-99
  • M-100
  • M-103
  • M-113
  • M-121
  • M-136
  • M-139
  • M-140
  • M-143
  • M-154
  • M-179
  • M-185 (I pedaled a tandem, so it counts)
  • M-201
  • M-203
  • M-204
  • M-217
  • M-227
  • M-231
  • M-239
  • M-247
  • M-294
  • M-311 (unsigned at the time of clinching, signed since the latter months of 09)
  • M-331 (unsigned)

Indiana

Note: Some state routes in Indiana consist of different segments. For example, there are three segments numbered SR 4, but each is a separate highway.

  • I-65
  • I-69 (prior to the southern designation; reclinched July 8, 2016)
  • I-80
  • I-90
  • I-94
  • I-164 (replaced by I-69)
  • I-265
  • I-465
  • I-469
  • I-865
  • US-12
  • US-20
  • US-30
  • US-31 (reclinched after driving the Kokomo bypass)
  • US-33
  • US-131
  • SR 1 (northern)
  • SR 3 (both sections)
  • SR 4 (all three sections)
  • SR 9
  • SR 13
  • SR 53
  • SR 75 (southern section)
  • SR 120
  • SR 127
  • SR 205
  • SR 212
  • SR 237 (southern)
  • SR 265
  • SR 327
  • SR 340
  • SR 445
  • SR 520
  • SR 662
  • SR 727
  • SR 827
  • SR 912
  • SR 930
  • SR 931
  • SR 933

Kentucky

  • I-65
  • I-71
  • I-265
  • US-421
  • KY 4 (New Circle Rd)
  • KY 146
  • KY 841
  • KY 1447

Ohio

  • I-75
  • I-76
  • I-80
  • I-90
  • I-280
  • I-475
  • I-490
  • US 250
  • US 422
  • OH 2
  • OH 15
  • OH 184
  • OH 315
  • OH 420
  • OH 618
  • OH 711

Illinois

  • I-41
  • I-55
  • I-57
  • I-64
  • I-88
  • I-90
  • I-94
  • I-255
  • I-290
  • I-294
  • I-355
  • US 12
  • IL 137

Wisconsin

  • I-41
  • I-43
  • I-535
  • I-794
  • I-894
  • US-2
  • US-41
  • WI 30
  • WI 50

Pennsylvania

  • I-70
  • I-86
  • I-176
  • I-180
  • I-283
  • I-376 (before its extension onto Parkway West)
  • US-20
  • US-40
  • US-62
  • US-422
  • BR US-322 State College
  • PA 12
  • PA 315

Maryland

  • I-270
  • I-695
  • I-895

District of Columbia

  • I-95
  • I-495 (yes, the Capital Beltway cuts through a corner of DC)

West Virginia

  • I-70
  • US-30
  • US-40
  • WV 618

New Jersey

  • I-76
  • Atlantic City Expressway
  • NJ 42

Delaware

  • I-95

Missouri

  • I-57
  • I-255

Mississippi

  • I-69

Tennessee

  • I-55
  • I-240
  • US-421

Arkansas

  • I-55

North Carolina

  • I-277
  • I-485
  • Business NC 16 (Newton-Conover)

Virginia

  • I-77
  • US-421

Iowa

  • I-235

This list will be updated as I make more trips or my memory gets better.

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