Good magazine has a cool schematic representation of the Eisenhower Interstate System modeled on London’s Tube map. It helps you really understand the logic of the system. And, in turn, focusing in on this one element of it helps illustrate my contribution to Robert Byrd Day:
Yes, as you can see here someone got a full-scale EIS highway constructed between Morgantown, WV and Hamilton, Maryland. Morgantown is a nice place, but the Morgantown metro area has only about 111,000 people in it. Your congressional delegation needs some real clout to get that kind of thing built.