Interstate business routes are roads connecting a central or commercial district of a city or town with an Interstate bypass. These roads typically follow along local streets often along a former U.S. route or state highway that had been replaced by an Interstate. Interstate business route reassurance markers are signed as either loops or spurs using a green shield shaped and numbered like the shield of the parent Interstate highway. From central Oklahoma westward, the business routes often follow the historic alignment of the former U.S. Route 66 (US 66).

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  • Interstate business routes are roads connecting a central or commercial district of a city or town with an Interstate bypass. These roads typically follow along local streets often along a former U.S. route or state highway that had been replaced by an Interstate. Interstate business route reassurance markers are signed as either loops or spurs using a green shield shaped and numbered like the shield of the parent Interstate highway. Along Interstate 40 (I-40), business routes are found in the five westernmost states through which I-40 passes, California, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, and Oklahoma, as well as North Carolina. The Interstate has no business routes along its passage through Arkansas nor Tennessee. Some states regard Interstate business routes as fully integrated within their state highway system while other states consider them to be either local roads to be maintained by county or municipal authorities or a hybrid of state and local control. Although the public may differentiate between different business routes by the number of the parent route and the location of the route, there is no uniform naming convention. Each state highway department internally uses its own designations to identify segments within its jurisdiction. From central Oklahoma westward, the business routes often follow the historic alignment of the former U.S. Route 66 (US 66). (en)
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  • Bridge over BNSF railway
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  • San Bernardino
  • Carson
  • Coconino
  • Mohave
  • Navajo
  • Yavapai
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  • Business Interstate 40-A
  • Business Interstate 40-B
  • Business Interstate 40-C
  • Business Interstate 40-D
  • Business Interstate 40-F
  • Business Interstate 40-H
  • Business Interstate 40-J
  • Business Loop 34
  • Business Loop 35
  • Business Loop 36
  • State Business Route 40
  • State Spur Route 40
dbp:notes
  • Interchange
  • Western terminus
  • Eastern terminus
  • Continuation beyond western terminus
  • East end of US 60 overlap
  • West end of US 60 overlap
  • Eastern terminus; east end of US 180 overlap; road continues south as Country Club Drive
  • Former interchange, now an at-grade T-intersection
  • West end of SR 99 concurrency
  • West end of US 180 overlap
  • Interchange; eastbound exit and westbound entrance; I-40 exit 85
  • Eastern terminus; east end of SR 99 concurrency; I-40 exit 252; road continues north as Hipkoe Drive
  • Interchange; westbound exit and eastbound entrance; I-40 exit 62A
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  • Lake Street
  • B Avenue – Amarillo College East Campus
  • Coulter Street, Wolffin Avenue
  • SW 9th Avenue /Bell Avenue
  • Winslow Industrial Spur
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  • CA
  • NM
  • TX
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  • Interstate business routes are roads connecting a central or commercial district of a city or town with an Interstate bypass. These roads typically follow along local streets often along a former U.S. route or state highway that had been replaced by an Interstate. Interstate business route reassurance markers are signed as either loops or spurs using a green shield shaped and numbered like the shield of the parent Interstate highway. From central Oklahoma westward, the business routes often follow the historic alignment of the former U.S. Route 66 (US 66). (en)
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  • Business routes of Interstate 40 (en)
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