Where does Interstate 70
States Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Maryland, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Utah, West Virginia
Cities in Colorado: Aurora, Denver, Grand Junction
in Illinois: none
in Indiana: Indianapolis, Terre Haute
in Kansas: Abilene, Colby, Lawrence, Manhattan, Salina, Topeka
in Maryland: Baltimore, Ferderick, Hagerstown
in Missouri: Columbia, Kansas City, St. Charles, St. Louis
in Ohio: Columbus, Dayton, Zanesville
in Pennsylvania: none
in Utah: none
in West Virginia: Wheeling
Brief description Interstate 70 was the last major east-West link that was completed, but only in 1990 was the Eagle Canyon Bridge opened. With a height of 3,401 meters, the Eisenhower Tunnel is the highest point of all Interstates.
Length 2,173 miles or 3,497 km
Mandatory fees two sections of the I 70 are subject to a fee. On the one hand, in Pennsylvania, this is the section of the Route that runs together with the I 76. The Route runs here on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. The second toll section is located in Kansas between Kansas City KS and Topeka. She’s following the Kansas Turnpike.
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