History Of U.S. Route 66
The route grew from the lane with two service stations on it in 1926 to the four-lane highway in 1950. It is now under I-44 and has been bypassed the new cuttings.
The major cities connected by Route 66 are Chicago, Albuquerque, Santa Monica, Los Angeles, Tulsa, and Oklahoma City.
The U.S. Route 66, also known as the Will Rogers Highway was constructed in 1926 and had erected road signs in the following year.
It became so famous because of the roadway it formed to enable drivers to navigate from Chicago to Los Angeles with ease.
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I wish the road were still the same as in history; it is awesome
A road that has witnessed a country’s growth is a track back to the roots.
Everything about this highway is retro, and it takes us to our best times with the rocking chair and the post office.
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