Roads of the Mid-South & West > Highways of the State of Iowa > Interstate 29, Iowa > Interstate 129, Iowa
Interstate 129 is the shortest interstate highway in the State of Iowa. This is a east-west bridge in Sioux City. It connects Sioux City, Iowa to South Sioux City, Nebraska.
The FHA route log states that I-129 is 0.27 miles long in the State of Iowa. The BGS on I-29 do not place a shield for I-129. This highway is labeled in words on the signs (i.e. I-129)
While in Iowa, I-129 is multi-plexed.
I-129 is multi-plexed with...
...U.S. Rt. 20, at Sioux City.
...U.S. Rt. 75, at Sioux City.
Interstate 129 crosses the following interstate in Iowa.
Interstate 29, at Sioux City.
The first BGS on EB I-129 for I-29. This is actually in Nebraska.
This BGS is also in Nebraska on EB I-129.
EB I-129 at I-29.
Info on the parent route for I-29.
Westbound I-129; I-29 to the Iowa/Nebraska State Line (Missouri River)
WB I-129 crossing the Missouri River. The overhead signs in the picture is the Iowa/Nebraska State Line.
Eastbound I-129; Iowa/Nebraska State Line (Missouri River) to I-29.
EB I-129 at the Iowa/Nebraska State Line.
The end marker on EB I-129.
19 March 2010