Known worldwide simply as "THE 405", this I-5 bypass is more diva than detour. This little stretch of road is heavily traveled by both commuters and freight haulers along its entire length and is the busiest and most congested freeway in the United States. You certainly won't be moving fast on this freeway, but who would want to? On a roadway this sexy you take your time and enjoy every minute of it. This is THE place to see and be seen when it comes to California commuting. Come see why everyone is buzzing about this busy byway!
This 949 mile American masterpiece is a drivers dream! Coming out of the bustling suburban Bloomington, MN with a western terminus at the Wyoming/Montana border, this heavenly highway was originally referred to as the Yellowstone Trail, but the "Trail" is all grown up now and goes by the short and edgy US-212. This butte lover's route will take you through some of the hottest buttes in South Dakota and you better believe it doesn't miss Eagle Butte or Mud Butte! US-212 is one of the Federal Highway Administrations best kept secrets, but not for long!
This kinky combination of corridors finally came together in 1992 and stretches from Houston, TX to Cleveland, OH. OH my! With a name like Interstate 69, it gets plenty of attention for going both North and South the way it does. This Freeway likes it fast and with an average speed limit of 75 mph it's easy to give her what she wants. Originally known as the NAFTA Superhighway, this is one freeway that really likes it free*!
This wild and windy route just can't seem to make up it's mind. Is it headed north, south, east, or west? Yes! The Mon-Fayette Expressway, as it's know more intimately, will have your head spinning with It's crazy curves as it takes you in every direction on the map. Sometimes the journey is more important than the destination. Buckle up and come see why we like the pike!
If you're into something a little more mature, then the I-95 is what you should be driving on. This east coast North/South thruway starts in New England and goes all the way down. It's one of the oldest Interstates in the country and at nearly 2,000 miles she's definitely the longest. From Maine to Miami this flirty freeway runs through more states than any other interstate highway in the country at 15. Wow! You may feel like you're only person who hasn't taken a ride! Her curves tease their way through NYC, Boston, Philly, Baltimore, DC, Jacksonville, and Miami. This road is cold and classy, hot and dirty, and everything in between.
There's no place like home and Kansas is home to one of America's hottest little highways. K-16 is everything you could want in an East/West rural highway. It's got corn, wheat, and miles upon miles of various other cereal grains alongside its otherwise stark landscape. You might even see a tree! But, you'll have no need for scenery on this drive, because we're certain you'll have a hard time keeping your eyes off the asphalt. Headed east or west it's one of the best, It's Kansas' Sweet 16!
If you haven't heard of I-96, we're not surprised. This hot highway keeps mostly to itself and doesn't even leave the state. Then how is it an interstate? The mystery is part of what makes the 96 so seductive. Don't let the shy demeanor fool you; this road gets plowed all winter long. You'll love the wide lanes and ample shoulders whether you're headed east from Muskegon or simply looking for the fastest way to get the hell out of Detroit. And that's why we're smitten for road that cuts across the mitten.
LA-3094 is one of the hottest State Routes in the south and at just above sea level, it's often one of the wettest. In the summer it gets downright steamy. LA- 3094 isn't some big hotshot interstate, but with destinations like the state fairgrounds to the south, and a bridge over Twelve-Mile Bayou to the north, it's easy to see why this short and sweet state street made our list. Oh, and did I mention she goes both ways?