TomTom List Tops 16 Longest Gaps Between US Interstate Exits

TomTom List Tops 16 Longest Gaps Between US Interstate Exits
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Have you ever wondered what stretches of Interstate and other limited-access highways in the U.S. had the longest gaps between exits from the road? Well, TomTom has come up with a list… and you may be surprised which states made the cut.

Florida made it into the top 16 five times, with Pennsylvania coming in second with three. Also dominating this list are the toll roads.

Here are the 16 longest distances between freeway exits in the USA (Asterisk indicates exit gap exists in both directions):

1. Florida 91 (Fla. Turnpike), Exit 193 to Exit 242: 48.9 miles. * 2. Florida 91, Exit 193 to Exit 152: 40.5 miles. * 3. I-80 in Utah, Exit 4 to Exit 41: 37.4 miles. * 4. I-70 East in Pennsylvania, Exit 110 to Exit 146: 35.5 miles. 5. I-75 in Florida, Exit 80 to Exit 49: 30.6 miles. * 6. I-335 in Kansas, Exit 147 to Exit 177: 30.3 miles. * 7. I-90 in Massachusetts, Exit 3 to Exit 2: 29.9 miles. * 8.I-44 West in Oklahoma, Exit 283 to Exit 255: 28.4 miles. 9. I-40 in California, Exit 78 to Exit 50: 28.4 miles. * 10. I-44 East in Oklahoma, Exit 53 to Exit 80: 27.6 miles. 11. I-70 West in Pennsylvania, Exit 146 to Brotherton Rd. Exit: 27.3 miles. 12. I-75 North in Florida, Exit 23 to Exit 49: 26.2 miles. 13. I-70 West in Colorado, Exit 75 to Exit 49: 26 miles. 14. I-75 South in Florida Exit 49 to Exit 23: 25.7 miles. 15. I-76 in Pennsylvania, Exit 226 to Exit 201: 25 miles. * 16. I-80 in Indiana, Exit 144 to Exit 121: 23.8 miles. *

[Source: USA Today]