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It looks like the list of states has been rearranged so that the states are now listed from south to north. However, the routes within each state are still described from north to south. Am I alone in finding this very confusing? --Orlady 05:37, 5 November 2007 (UTC)
The states were likely rearranged to be south-to-north per project standards, but the descriptions weren't updated at the same time. I agree that it is confusing, but the only thing that can be done is to fix the descriptions state-by-state to read south-to-north. --TMFLet's Go Mets - Stats 05:41, 5 November 2007 (UTC)
I have changed the section on US 127 in Ohio to more accurately describe the path of the highway north of Cincinnati.
The biggest issue I saw was that Hamilton was listed as a "rural" community, despite being much larger than the other towns in the list, and being within 8 miles of two interstate highways (3 miles west of I-75, 8 miles north of I-275).
There are also three rural communities along US 127 between Hamilton and Eaton, so I added those to the list. I also mentioned that US-127 travels through the city of Fairfield before entering Cincinnati's northwestern suburbs (Fairfield isn't really considered a suburb of Cincinnati).