Where does Interstate 40
States Arizona, Arkansas, California, New Mexico, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas
Cities in Arizona: Flagstaff, Kingman, Winslow
in Arkansas: Conway, Fort Smith, Little Rock, West Memphis
in California: Barstow
in New Mexico: Albuquerque, Gallup
in North Carolina: Asheville, Durham, Greensboro, Hickory, Raleigh, Wilmington, Winston-Salem
in Oklahoma: Elk City, Oklahoma City
in Tennessee: Cookeville, Jackson, Knoxville, Memphis, Nashville
in Texas: Amarillo
Brief description Interstate 40 is one of the major east-West connections in the United States. It passes through the tobacco growing area of North Carolina past well-known universities, overcomes the applause at the Great Smoky Mountains, crosses Tennessee and reaches the music of Nashville and Memphis, leaves the size of the space in nothing in Texas seem and reaches in Albuquerque its (tourist) climax, but it leads from the land of Pueblos largely in the footsteps of the old And it descends from Kingman to the Californian deserts and ends-no not in Los Angeles under palm trees on the Pacific-but in a Kaff called Barstow, in an area that Australians would call Outback. Almost one of the suspicions, the I 40 (from East to West, otherwise it does not function) is a metaphor of the human CV.
Length 2,554 miles or 4,110 km
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