What's in a Name?
Route 66 served as a major path from Chicago to California starting in 1926, and was vital to the transport of goods. As the transportation industry evolved, Route 66 was no longer efficient enough to support the growing infrastructure. In the 1950s, the first major bypass of Route 66 was constructed. It was called Highway 44, and it improved the country’s transportation capabilities.
At project44 we aim to continuously find new and innovative ways to support the evolving needs and technology of the logistics industry. Like Highway 44 did for Route 66, we will continue to expand what’s possible with transportation.