List of Unused Highways in The United States

An unused highway may reference a highway or highway ramp that was partially or fully constructed but was unused or later closed. An unused ramp can be referred to as a stub ramp, stub street, stub-out, or simply stub. The following is a list:

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List Of Unused Highways In The United States - United States - Wisconsin
... to public traffic and were made available to highway construction traffic only (for the I-94 North-South Freeway Project) ... built in anticipation of the northerly continuation, named the "Downtown Loop Closure," sits unused ... Route 12 abruptly ends at Wisconsin State Highway 67 just north of the city ...

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