We investigate the electronic structure of graphane with hydrogen vacancies, which are supposed to occur in the process of hydrogenation of graphene. A variety of configurations is considered and defect states are derived by density functional calculation. We find that a continuous chain-like distribution of hydrogen vacancies will result in conduction of linear dispersion, much like the transport on a superhighway cutting through the jungle of hydrogen. The same conduction also occurs for chain-like vacancies in an otherwise fully fluorine-adsorbed graphene. These results should be very useful in the design of graphene-based electronic circuits.