U.S. Route 27: Quiz

Question 1: It intersects ________ at Richmond, Indiana, and continues north to Decatur.
Interstate 83Interstate 68Interstate 70Interstate Highway System

Question 2: In 1928, the route was extended south to ________, then to Tallahassee, Florida in 1934.
Chattanooga, TennesseeNashville, TennesseeMemphis, TennesseeKnoxville, Tennessee

Question 3: This concurrency continues northward until US 41 reaches High Springs, and joins ________.
U.S. Route 441U.S. Route 19U.S. Route 41U.S. Route 23

Question 4: The first major town it goes through is Somerset, followed by Nicholasville, and Lexington, where it begins a concurrency with US 68 that continues to ________.
North Middletown, KentuckyMillersburg, KentuckyParis, KentuckyLouisville, Kentucky

Question 5: Originally, the southern terminus of US 27 was in ________.
Columbus, OhioHamilton County, OhioCincinnatiCleveland

Question 6: From Lansing north to I-75, the former US 27 is now U.S. Route 127; from Lansing south to Fort Wayne, US 27 was replaced by ________.
Interstate 96Interstate 94Interstate 65Interstate 69

Question 7: US 27 appeared in ________, replacing what had been the western route of the Dixie Highway in many places.

Question 8: It was named after long-time Florida U.S. Senator and congressman ________.
Bob GrahamBill NelsonGeorge SmathersClaude Pepper

Question 9: US 27 resume its status as its own route until it reaches Williston and joins ________.
U.S. Route 92U.S. Route 41U.S. Route 45Tamiami Trail

Question 10: It once extended north through ________, to Cheboygan, Mackinaw City, and for about 3 years as far as St. Ignace.
Flint, MichiganEast Lansing, MichiganGrand Rapids, MichiganLansing, Michigan

Source: The Full Wiki (http://quiz.thefullwiki.org/U.S._Route_27)