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Interstate 99: Quiz


Question 1: This interchange allows travellers to head west towards Ebensburg, Johnstown, and ________.
Pittsburgh metropolitan areaJefferson Hills, PennsylvaniaAllegheny County, PennsylvaniaPittsburgh

Question 2: Interstate 99 violates the AASHTO numbering convention associated with Interstate Highways, since it lies east of ________ but west of Interstate 81.
Interstate 76 (east)Interstate 79Pennsylvania TurnpikeInterstate 376

Question 3: In 1991, the ________ (ISTEA) was signed into law.
Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency ActRaleigh, North CarolinaSacramento, CaliforniaAtlanta

Question 4: From Williamsport to Corning, New York, plans are to have this road continue along ________ to the state line.
U.S. Route 11U.S. Route 29U.S. Route 15U.S. Route 13

Question 5: Interstate 99 (I-99) is an intrastate ________ entirely within central Pennsylvania.
MarylandInterstate Highway SystemU.S. stateUnited States Numbered Highways

Question 6: The northern terminus is currently at Interstate 80 near ________.
Williamsport, PennsylvaniaAllentown, PennsylvaniaBellefonte, PennsylvaniaState College, Pennsylvania

Question 7: The interstate passes through Altoona and State College, home to ________.
Penn State Nittany LionsOhio State UniversityThe Daily Collegian (Penn State)Pennsylvania State University

Question 8: The current southern terminus is at exit 146 of the ________ (I-70/76) north of Bedford, where the road continues south as U.S. Route 220.
U.S. Route 422Interstate 476Pennsylvania Route 23Pennsylvania Turnpike

Question 9: The remaining section to just short of Interstate 80 near Bellefonte (via the ________) was opened to traffic the week of November 24, 2008.
Pennsylvania TurnpikeInterstate 76 (east)U.S. Route 422U.S. Route 322

Question 10: The portion in Pennsylvania, from Bedford north to Bald Eagle, was upgraded to a ________ in stages from 1970 to 1995.


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