With the arrival of future Interstate twenty-two also known as "Corridor X" the city finds itself open to many opportunities.
US 59 is planned to be included within the future Interstate 69.
It cost $10 million to build and was regarded simply as a place-holder for a future Interstate.
It heads north, crossing U.S. 90 (future Interstate 49) via an overpass (but with no direct access).
The Jonesboro business route is the longest, and intersects future Interstate 555.
Finleyville is where the future Interstate 576 (Southern Beltway) will meet Turnpike 43.
By 1963, construction of future Interstate 80 reached the Golconda area, bypassing the original US 40 route.
It has an interchange with State Route 385, the future Interstate 269, north of the Loosahatchie River.
Interstate 910 is a piece of future Interstate 49 from downtown New Orleans south and west to Marrero.
Part of this route is already designated the future Interstate 74.