Each of the 14 Route 6 States has their own Directory - Map Page. The problem is, the Directory has many blanks that need to be filled.
Unfortunately there are many small rural communities without a web site or facebook page.
In most cases these communities were once thriving towns located along the railroad lines
and the historic Route 6 alignment. With the introduction of the Interstate Highway System
back in 1956, many of the towns were bypassed. Thus, over time many towns simply cease to exist, or currently struggling to survive.
Help us fill in the blanks on the Directory Page.
This is a free service for all inner cities, small towns and rural communities
located along the historic U.S. Route 6 alignment. In fact, it may now be only an unincorporated place on a map.
Send us a link for review to: US6News@aol.com
Please include your contact information.
Also, as a result of a current study, the Board of Directors has approved that rural towns and/or communities
with a population of fewer than 1,000 people can become a free sponsor of the Association.
However, a Sponsorship Application must be submitted by an individual member
of our Association living in the town and/or community acting on their behalf. (Need for a contact person.)
U.S. Route 6 Map