Based on recent personal observations, it appears that NY 22's north end has been moved from the Quebec border at QC 219 and is now at US 11 in Mooers (pronounced "Moores"). Any remnants of NYSDOT signage has been removed between US 11 and QC 219, except for a bold button copy sign that greets you southbound just before the U.S. Customs station. There is also end signage on NY 22 northbound at US 11, I am told. However, there is nothing that shows this on the NYSDOT website. If anyone has more evidence of this, please respond.
Located about halfway between Baton Rouge and New Orleans in southern Louisiana, the Sunshine Bridge spans the lower Mississippi River near the city of Donaldsonville as part of the longer Louisiana Highway 70 corridor, which connects Interstate 10 and Airline Highway (US 61) with US 90 in Morgan City. In the years following World War II, the only bridges across the lower Mississippi River in Louisiana were located in the area of the state’s two largest cities – Baton Rouge and New Orleans. Postwar agricultural and industrial development along the river in this region led to the planning of a series of infrastructure projects in southern Louisiana that were aimed at spurring this development and modernization of the Delta region. One of these projects was known as the Acadian Thruway and was developed in the 1950s as a toll road intended to connect greater New Orleans with Lafayette and points west while providing a high-speed bypass of the Baton Rouge metro area. The Thruway, which