10. New Hampshire (83.24)
Interstate-93 travels just over 131 miles in New Hampshire, around two-thirds of the highway’s total distance, passing through Concord, the capital city, as well as many natural landmarks such as the Merrimack River, the White Mountains region and Franconia Notch State Park, to name a few.
9. Louisiana (83.43)
Metairie is home to the longest bridge over water in the world, the Lake Pontchartrain causeway, stretching 24 miles long. The causeway connects Metairie with St. Tammany Parish on the North Shore.
8. Oregon (83.57)
According to the official guide to Oregon travel, the best time to drive the 363 mile Pacific Coast Scenic Byway is from the winter through summer, taking about 10-12 hours to travel.
7. Vermont (83.74)
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Interstate 89 is one of Vermont's most important roads, as it is the only Interstate highway to directly serve both Vermont's capital city, Montpelier, and largest city, Burlington.
6. Washington (83.96)
The longest interstate route, I-90, travels from Seattle, WA to Boston, MA, in 3,020.54 miles.
5. West Virginia (84.24)
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According to the West Virginia Department of Transportation, there are some 36,000 miles of state-maintained highways that include 6,636 bridges (this figure does not include 238 railroad bridges, 117 city and county bridges, 99 West Virginia Turnpike bridges, 20 state park bridges, two private toll bridges and 132 other non-highway bridges). One could easily say West Virginia is the land of bridges. Featured: New River Gorge Bridge
4. Delaware (84.90)
In total area, Delaware ranks 49th in the nation. It contains 1,982 square miles. It is 96 miles long and varies from 9 to 35 miles in width.
3. Wyoming (86.07)
Battle Pass Scenic Byway: This 57-mile paved highway follows Wyoming Highway 70 through Medicine Bow National Forest and over the Sierra Madre Mountain Range. Starting in Encampment, WY, the Battle Pass Scenic Byway drives through a number of ghost towns and passes the field known for the famous 1841 battle between fur trappers and Native Americans.
2. Hawaii (86.08)
Interstate H-3 freeway, on the island of Oahu, was officially opened on Dec.12, 1997. After 37 years of planning, the interstate highway cost $1.3 billion to construct.
1. Iowa (86.11)
There are more public road miles in Iowa than interstate miles in the entire 50 states with approximately 38 miles of road for every 1,000 people in Iowa.