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  • The old alignment was unnumbered until 1976, when it given its current assignment.
  • The route remained unnumbered until the 1960s, when it was given the designation of Route 154.
  • The part west of Malden was unnumbered until it became US 62.
  • Its Massachusetts continuation was unnumbered until the early 1930s when it was assigned Route 69.
  • Bridge Street remained unnumbered until the second state highway renumbering on January 1, 1953.
  • Its former alignment went unnumbered until the early 1950s when it was redesignated as NY 3A.
  • Its former routing remained unnumbered until the early 1950s when it was redesignated as NY 3A.
  • The former alignment remained unnumbered until the 1953 state highway renumbering, when it was designated as Route 157.
  • The portion of the route north of Fayetteville remained unnumbered until the 1940s when it was designated as NY 257.
  • They were unnumbered until August 1915, and took the name of the region they were affiliated with, or the name of the regiments that supplied their battalions.
  • The Suffern-Nyack highway remained unnumbered until the late 1920s when was designated as NY 59.
  • While the northern loop road was designated as NY 19 in 1924, the southern loop road went unnumbered until 1930.
  • The junctions were unnumbered until 2013 when they were designated J1 to J3.
  • The roadway on the New York side was unnumbered until, when Cumberland Head Road was designated as NY 314.
  • Although the portion of what is now NY 370 from Cato to Liverpool was state-maintained by 1926, it remained unnumbered until the late 1920s.
  • The rest of Route 42 remained unnumbered until the 1930 renumbering of state highways in New York, when it was designated as NY 96.
  • The spur route was eliminated in 1921, and the road went unnumbered until 1930 renumbering of state highways in New York when it became part of NY 3.
  • The Westerlo-Coeymans state road went unnumbered until the 1930 renumbering of state highways in New York, when it was designated NY 143.
  • The Klondike Highway, built in 1978, was unnumbered until 1998, when it was given its designation during the centennial of the Klondike Gold Rush.
  • The Delaware portions of the highway remained unnumbered until the late 1960s, when DelDOT briefly assigned DE 32 to the highway along the southern edge of Sussex County before designating it DE 54.
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