Interstate Highway in Coryell and Bell counties in Texas, United States
Interstate 14 (I-14), also known as the "14th Amendment Highway", the Gulf Coast Strategic Highway and the Central Texas Corridor, is an Interstate Highway in the U.S. state of Texas that follows U.S. Highway 190 (US 190).
|Length||24.80 mi (39.91 km)|
|Existed||January 26, 2017–present|
|West end||US 190 / SH 9 in Copperas Cove|
|East end||I-35 / US 190 near Belton|
The highway was named for the 14th Amendment.
In 2005, I-14 was planned to have a western portion at Natchez, Mississippi (later from I-49 near Alexandria, Louisiana), extending east through Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama, before ending at Augusta, Georgia, or North Augusta, South Carolina.
- ↑ Google (May 17, 2017). "Overview Map of I-14" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved May 17, 2017.
- ↑ Texas Department of Transportation. "Highway Designation File - Interstate Highway No. 14". Retrieved June 29, 2018.