TomTom Study Reveals Most Romantic Roads in the Nation

CONCORD, Mass. — (BUSINESS WIRE) — February 6, 2012 — Today, a study by TomTom reveals the most popular romantic road names in the United States. The latest TomTom study, which took an inventory of the romantic roads throughout the nation, shows which states are the most likely to find couples driving down Lovers Lanes this Valentine’s Day.

According to the results of the study, the top ten most romantic states in the nation, which were determined by the total number of miles of romantically named roads, include:

        1.   Texas (102.3 miles)
2. New York (85.6 miles)
3. Wisconsin (76.9 miles)
4. California (75.6 miles)
5. Georgia (70.3 miles)
6. Michigan (50.1 miles)
7. Illinois (49.9 miles)
8. Pennsylvania(49.4 miles)
9. Kentucky (48.8 miles)
10. Ohio (48.7 miles)

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