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Colorado uses the United States Numbered Highway System. These are often referred to as US Routes or US Highways. Highways that run north and south are generally odd numbered. The highways that run east and west are generally even numbered. The lowest numbered highways start in the east. The standard highway markers for US routes are a sign with a white shield. Inside the shield will be the route number. There are currently twelve US highways in use in Colorado. Here is the list including mileage and passage.
US 40 four hundred ninety-six miles running from Dinosaur to Arapahoe
US 50 four hundred sixty-seven miles running from Holly to Grand Junction
US 6 four hundred sixty-seven miles running from Mack to Holyoke
US 85 three hundred ten miles running from Trinidad to Eaton
US 87 three hundred and five miles running from Trinidad to Wellington
US 24 two hundred seventy-seven miles running from Minturn to Burlington
US 385 two hundred sixty-three miles running from Campo to Julesburg
US 34 two hundred fifty-nine miles running from Granby to Wray
US 287 two hundred thirty-four miles running from Campo to Virginia Dale
US 36 two hundred thirteen miles running from the Rocky Mountain National Park to Idalia
US 550 one hundred three miles running from Durango to Montrose
US 84 twenty-eight miles running from Pagosa Springs to Chromo
Colorado’s US Highway system helps freight carriers move goods from city to city and state to state. The Highway system is generally the most direct routes between major locations in the US. The routes tend to have higher speed limits. They also have multiple lanes allowing resupplies to have less transit time.
Wisconsin is a Midwestern state located on the Great Lakes. A large part of the state is made up of flat plains, and agriculture is an important part of the economy. Dairy products are an especially important part of Wisconsin's economy and culture. Wisconsin has a low population density and therefore a low volume of goods moving through the state. Wisconsin freight shipping can be found for the best prices in the more industrial areas. More remote areas will have higher prices, and freight shipping may be hard to find. Wisconsin freight also moves by rail and by water over the great lakes, but demand for shipping is fairly low. LTL freight is least expensive in the industrial centers.