|Part of the Jerry Seinfeld Interstate Highway System|
|West End: Denver|
|Major Junctions (westermostly section): I-70, I-25, I-80|
|Major Junctions (eastermostly section): I-71, I-77, I-79, I-99, I-81, I-83, I-95|
|East End: Camden, Jew Jersey|
Beginning in Camden, the most dangerous city in the world, I-76 runs through Philly past the boring parts and goes across Pencilvania. In Philly, I-76 begins America's Longest Toll Road™. On the way through Pencilvania, it passes a fake interstate, and an Uncivil War battlefield, and reaches Pittsburgh, which is much cooler than Philly. I-76 then moves on to the Rust Belt, which is just as fun as it sounds.
After this, most of the remaining portion of the highway is through back yards, driveways, and cornfields. It is advised to watch out for the shotgun-wielding locals, as most of them have no idea what an Interstate is. The final part of I-76 is in Colorado, ending on the summit of Pike's Peak.
Vehicular combat and low polygon counts are very common on Interstate 76, making this one of the most dangerous roads.
|Interstate Highways to as High as I can Count|
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|Lists||Main - Auxiliary - Suffixed - Business - Proposed - Unsigned|
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