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    Tuesday
    Feb132007

    The US Interstate Highway System Map by Chris Yates

    INFO VISUALIZATION: Well, here I am, back from the dead. :-)

    Work, work, work and some of my projects (a new source code community wiki, a place to buy historical stock quote data en masse (still being built), and a place for historical price data for consumer goods (still in the early stages)) have been keeping me from blogging for almost a year.

    BUT, here I am, to show you a great new map of the US Interstate system. Enjoy!

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    you ought to put Buffalo NY in between Cleveland and Syracuse on the 90

    February 23, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterAnonymous

    Excellent... very good concept. One problem I noted is that I-70 does not run through Harrisburg, the PA turnpike through that stretch is I-76. I-70 starts in PA west of Harrisburg south of Breezewood

    November 12, 2007 | Unregistered CommenterAnonymous

    Wow great post! I really wanted to see a map of the US Highway System! Thanks!

    May 26, 2009 | Unregistered CommenteriUSA

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