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Route 69, or Highway 69, may refer to:

Nevada State Route 69
State Route 377 (SR 377) is a 6.6-mile (10.6 km) state highway in Nye County, Nevada, United States. The route connects the town of Manhattan to State Route 376

Louisiana Highway 69
Louisiana Highway 69 (LA 69) is a state highway located in southeastern Louisiana. It runs 15.36 miles (24.72 km) in a general north–south direction from LA 70 in Grand Bayou to LA 1 northwest of White Castle. The route traverses the small town of White Castle, located on the west bank of the Mississippi River in Iberville Parish. It connects the town and surrounding farmland with the narrow ribbon of communities within the vast Atchafalaya Swamp situated along LA 70 and LA 75 on the Belle and Lower Grand rivers

Maine State Route 69
State Route 69 (SR 69) is part of Maine's system of numbered state highways, located in the central coastal region of the state. It runs 34.86 miles (56.10 km) from State Routes 11 and 100 in Pittsfield to U.S. Route 1A in Winterport (a terminus it shares with SR 139)

Massachusetts Route 69
Massachusetts Route 71 and New York State Route 71 (NY 71) are adjoining state highways in the states of Massachusetts and New York in the United States. The two highways form a continuous roadway connecting NY 22 in Hillsdale, Columbia County, New York, to Route 23 and Route 41 in Great Barrington, Berkshire County, Massachusetts. Combined, Route 71 and NY 71 extend for 7.93 miles (12.76 km) as a two-lane road through mostly rural areas in the Taconic Mountains, serving only small, unincorporated communities in both states. Both routes are part of the Henry Knox Trail. The New York half of the highway was rebuilt by the state in the late 1920s and designated as NY 71 as part of the 1930 renumbering of state highways in New York. Its Massachusetts continuation was unnumbered until the early 1930s when it was assigned Route 69

M-69 (Michigan Highway)
M-69 is an east–west state trunkline highway in the Upper Peninsula (UP) of the U.S. state of Michigan. It connects with US Highway 2 (US 2) on both ends in Crystal Falls and near Bark River. In between, the highway runs for 65.260 miles (105.026 km) in rural UP forest lands. Before the creation of the U.S. Highway System, the current M-69 was a portion of M-12. The original M-69 was replaced by US 102 and the M-69 designation was reused on a section of M-12 not replaced by US 2. Further changes to the current highway truncated it for three decades. The eastern section removed from M-69 was given the County-Designated Highway name of G-30 until the change was reversed

Mississippi Highway 69
Mississippi Highway 69 (MS 69) is a highway in eastern Mississippi. The route starts at the Alabama state line, and travels northwestward to Columbus. MS 69 then goes through downtown Columbus, and ends at U.S. Route 45 (US 45) and US 82 in the west side of the town. Before the route was designated in 1941, it was a gravel road from Columbus to the state line

Missouri Route 69 (1922)
Route 13 is a highway in Missouri which runs almost the entire north–south length of the state. Its northern terminus is at U.S. Route 69/136 in Bethany. Its southern terminus is at the Arkansas state line in downtown Blue Eye, MissouriArkansas where it continues as Highway 21. It is one of the original state highways of Missouri. The road serves as an important corridor between Springfield and Kansas City, two of the three largest cities in the state. Heading north from Springfield, Route 13 intersects Route 7 at Clinton which in turn carries traffic to Interstate 49/U.S. Route 71 at Harrisonville. I-49/US 71 then continues on into downtown Kansas City

Montana Highway 69
Montana Highway 69 (MT 69) is a route running northerly from an intersection with MT 55 in the community of Whitehall. The highway extends approximately 38 miles (61 km) to an intersection with Interstate 15 (I-15) at the northern edge of the town of Boulder

Nebraska Highway 69
Nebraska Highway 69 is a highway in southeastern Nebraska. Its southern terminus is at an intersection with U.S. Highway 34 east of Waco. Its northern terminus is at an intersection with U.S

New Jersey Route 69
Route 31 is a state highway in New Jersey, United States. It runs 48.93 mi (78.75 km) from U.S. Route 1 Business (US 1 Bus.) /US 206 in Trenton, Mercer County north to an intersection with US 46 in Buttzville in White Township, Warren County. Along the way, Route 31 heads through the communities of Flemington, Clinton and Washington. Most of the highway is state-maintained; however, the section within the city limits of Trenton is maintained by the city. Much of Route 31 is a two-lane highway that passes through farmland, woodland, and mountainous areas. Two portions of the route—from Trenton to Pennington and from Ringoes to Clinton—consist of more development. The highway was constructed from 1926 to 1935. Route 31 has carried two different numbers in the past

Indiana State Road 69
State Road 69 (SR 69) is a part of the Indiana State Road system that runs between Hovey Lake Fish and Wildlife Area and Griffin in US state of Indiana. The 35.07 miles (56.44 km) of SR 69 that lie within Indiana serve as a major conduit. Some of the highway is listed on the National Highway System. Various sections are urban two-lane highway, four-lane divided highway and rural two-lane highway. The highway passes through residential, industrial and commercial properties. SR 69 was first designated as a state road in 1931. SR 69 replaced the original State Road 20 designation of the highway which dated back to the formation of the Indiana state road system. SR 20 ran from Mount Vernon to New Harmony

New York State Route 69
New York State Route 69 (NY 69) is a state highway extending for 57.42 miles (92.41 km) across the central portion of the U.S. state of New York. The western terminus of the route is at NY 104 in the Oswego County village of Mexico. The eastern terminus is at NY 5A in the Oneida County village of Yorkville, just west of Utica. In between, NY 69 serves the city of Rome. When NY 69 was first assigned in 1930, it stretched only from Colosse to Rome. By the early 1940s, NY 69 was extended to encompass all of its current alignment, as well as what is now NY 5A from Yorkville to Utica

North Carolina Highway 69
North Carolina Highway 69 (NC 69) is a 3.876-mile-long (6.238 km) primary state highway in the U.S. state of North Carolina. It runs north–south from the