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This editor is from Iowa and understands its highway system.
This editor is not from Arizona but is familiar with its highway system around Phoenix.
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US 30 notes

Wapsi area
  • Original Lincoln Highway bypassed in 1930s. Plans from 1931.
  • Realigned in Cedar and Clinton counties (through all the towns) in 1950s. Plans from 1954 and 1956.
  • New UPRR bridge in 2020s

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