United States Highway 10 is an east-west United States highway. Though it was never the cross-country route suggested by the "0" in its route number, US 10 was once one of the original long-haul highways, from Detroit, Michigan to Seattle, Washington, before losing much of its length to the Interstate highways. US 10 and US 9 are the only US Highways whose routes include a ferry ride (between Ludington, Michigan and Manitowoc, Wisconsin).

Table of contents
1 Termini
2 Alternate Routes
3 States Traversed
4 Towns Visited
5 Related US Routes
6 Sources


As of 2004, the highway's eastern terminus is in Bay City, Michigan at an intersection with Interstate 75. Its western terminus is in West Fargo, North Dakota at an intersection with Interstate 94.

Alternate Routes

US 10 has had alternate routes designated in the past, but none are active as of 2004.

States Traversed

The highway passes through the following states:

Towns Visited

Villages and cities located on US-10:
(This list is far from complete.)

Related US Routes

  • U.S. Highway 110
  • U.S. Highway 210
  • U.S. Highway 310
  • U.S. Highway 410