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THE CENTER SQUARE – Historic Route 66 in Oklahoma is one step closer to becoming a part of the U.S. Bicycle Route system, which is expected to bring additional sales tax revenue to cities on the route.
Eighteen new bike routes in five states have recently been designated, adding nearly 3,000 miles to the U.S. Bicycle Route System, a developing complex of officially recognized, publicly-accessible travel paths across the country. The latest routes — in California, Indiana, Ohio, Utah, and Washington State — represent the largest addition to the bike network to date, both in number and total mileage.
Missouri is working to designate U.S. Bicycle Route 66 this spring. Learn more about the effort at the local and state level, and what official designation would mean.
The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) has designated a corridor crossing California to be developed as United States Bicycle Route 66 (USBR 66). The Adventure Cycling Association and the California Bicycle Coalition, with the cooperation of Caltrans, have proposed a specific route to be designated as USBR 66. The proposed route comes through Needles and can therefore provide benefits to residents and businesses.