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A random selection of interesting facts about the roads and motorways of the world.
Travelling from Laerdal to Aurland in Norway 15.2 miles of tunnel through mountains nearly 6000 feet high! The tunnel cost a whopping US$125 million and was built to combat the heavy winter snowfalls that caused havoc with Norwegian commuters.
Two-digit US interstate highways are numbered according to direction and location. Highways running north-south are odd numbered, while highways running east-west are even numbered. The lowest numbers are in the west and in the south.
At 195 miles, running from Ilfracombe to Kilsby, the A361 is the longest 3-digit A-road in Britain
The distance between junctions 19 and 18 on the M8 in Glasgow is less than 160 metres (643 feet). In fact, that whole section of the M8 is riddled with junctions, many of them with restrictions.
The only US state without any Interstate highway routes is Alaska.