Springer, US 330, Trinidad, US 27, US 601, US 73, US 218, US 34, US 53, US 54, International Falls, US 176, US 178, US 24, US 70, Madison NC, US 218, US 330, US 51, West Memphis, US 5, Milwaukee, US 151, US 110, US 63, US 53, US 36, US 285 [i], US 91, Idaho Falls, US 521, US 79, US 641, US 220; Waverly; US 258, US 460, Virginia Beach, US 58, US 122, US 222, US 240, US 340
Pretty amazing coincidence...
Heading west from Portland, US 26 enters the path of totality near Mt. Hood, and remains within the path for about 330 miles, all the way to the Idaho border:
US 258, US 460, Virginia Beach, US 58, US 122, US 222, US 240, US 340, US 17, US 13, US 117, US 378, US 521, US 21, US 278, Midway GA, US 441, US 192, US 202, Erie, Trinidad, Gallup, US 400, US 311, Hardeeville, US 25, US 341, Brunswick, US 3, US 20, Wrightsville Beach, Wilmington, US 421, US 67, US 91, US 61, Aberdeen, US 8, US 41, Miami, US 27, US 92, Jacksonville, Key West, US 82, US 319
When the US highway numbers were assigned in 1927, US 81 was the only route initially serving Waco. But US 77 soon joined with it, when it was extended down from Dallas in 1933. These routes were concurrent south of Hillsboro, and through Waco they followed New Dallas Highway, Hillsboro Drive, Elm Street, Washington Street, 18th Street, and Circle Road, to the Circle. From there they diverged, with US 77 following Robinson Road, and US 81 following the corridor now occupied by I-35.
Shrine Pass was not considered to be a good candidate for development into a primary state highway, so US 6 traffic was directed further south from Copper Mountain, along today's SH 91. Drivers had to go over Fremont Pass and all the way down to Leadville. There, traffic was directed north (overlapped with westbound US 24) over Tennessee Pass and up to Minturn.
The north terminus of US 3 is at a border crossing leading to Chartierville, Quebec. Since there is no town nearby on the American side, US 3 is often described as ending in Connecticut Lakes, New Hampshire. This is the name applied to the state forest that protects the upper reaches of the Connecticut River, where a chain of lakes is situated near its source. US 3 goes right past three of them: