Lake County (Lake County) founded in 1837, is part of the 92 counties of the state of Indiana, in the United States of America.
Lake County belongs to the Chicago metropolitan area and its Capital city is Crown Point. It is a beautiful area, with natural beauties that nature lovers will undoubtedly enjoy.
From mid-June to mid-September, the area is filled with visitors seeking outdoor fun with the beautiful beaches and warm, clear days. To get there they use the main Lake County highways, which we will talk about below.
Interstate highways, Federal routes and state highways are managed and maintained thanks to the Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT), which is in charge of the construction, conditioning and security of all these communication routes.
The Department of Transportation makes large investments to preserve the condition of the roads in patching work, replacement of bridges and recovery of the infrastructure in general. A fairly high percentage of users rate the condition of the roads as in good condition and structurally efficient.
Illinois is a good representative of what is required in terms of roads for a city as productive as this one. Here are some facts about the major Lake County highways in Indiana.
Let’s start by describing this important route Interstate 65 (I-65) belongs to a group of highways called the Interstate Highway System; as well as it is included as part of the National Highway System.
This highway runs through the states of Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky and Indiana. In total there are 1427.97 Kilometers or what is the same 887.30 Miles.
The southern end of Interstate 65 meets another famous highway, Interstate 10 in the Mobile region of Alabama. With respect to its northern end, it meets Interstate 90 in Gary, Indiana, in the southeastern part of Chicago.
I-65 also intersects with I-85 when it is in Montgomery, the capital of the State of Alabama in the South of the United States of America. Another of the freeways that I-65 traverses is I-459 in Hoover, I-20 and I-59 in Birmingham.
It is the second of the longest highways in the United States, surpassed only by I-90; This great communication route travels 4666 kilometers from downtown San Francisco in California to connect with the New York metropolitan area in the northern part, in the city of Teaneck, New Jersey.
This long land route connects the cities of Salt Lake City, Omaha, Des Moines, Chicago and Cleveland. Some of the sections of I-80 are adjacent to the top of the old Lincoln Freeway, as in Wyoming, Utah, Nevada, and California.
On the stretch of I-80 through Nevada, it passes through a completely deserted and mountainous region where services are scarce. Upon reaching Utah I-80 crosses the Great Salt Desert, this particular stretch is very slow and distraction-free, conducive to driving fatigue, so it has warning signs about drowsiness.
It is the interstate highway that crosses the United States from east to west. It is the northernmost and longest road in the country with an incredible 4,992 kilometers in total.
This highway crosses 13 states of the country, including: Washington, passing through Idaho, continuing through Montana, Wyoming and South Dakota; it also continues its course through Minnesota, through Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio, ending with Pennsylvania, passing through New York and Massachusetts.
I-90 begins its journey in Seattle, Washington and reaches Route A1 near the Logan International Airport in Boston, Massachusetts, a complete construction site and road. Each of these routes represents a fundamental aspect when it comes to roads, especially for citizens who use them to carry out their work in the different states of the country.