U. S. Highway 10

East Leg: Bay City, Michigan – Ludington, Michigan
West Leg: Manitowoc, Wisconsin – West Fargo, North Dakota.
Longest mileage: 2490
Current mileage: 706

U.S. 10 was one of the original 1926 highways. It once ended in Seattle, and traveled through 6 states but was gradually truncated across the west in the 1970s. It now runs in 4 states.

U.S. Highway 10 roughly replaced The National Parks Highway.

The current route has been in place since 1987:

  • Michigan – 129 Miles
  • Wisconsin – 297 Miles
  • Minnesota – 205 Miles
  • North Dakota – 2 Miles
  • Montana – Decommissioned
  • Idaho – Decommissioned
  • Washington – Decommissioned