Roads of the Mid-South & West > Highways of the State of Nebraska > Interstate 129, Nebraska

Interstate 129

Interstate 129 is a short east-west highway in South Sioux City. This is one of few interstate spurs in the country that go into a state that it's parent route does not enter. It is similar to Interstate 535 in Wisconsin.

The FHWA Route log places I-129 at 3.21 miles long in the State of Nebraska. It runs from the Iowa/Nebraska State Line at the Missouri River, to just west of U.S. Rt. 75/77.

While in Nebraska, I-129 is multi-plexed.

I-129 is multi-plexed with...

...U.S. Rt. 20, at South Sioux City.
...U.S. Rt. 75, at South Sioux City.


Interstate 129 does not cross any interstates in Nebraska.

Westbound I-129; Nebraska/Iowa State Line, Missouri River, to just west of U.S. Rt. 77.

WB I-129 west of the Missouri River.

WB I-129 east of U.S. Rt. 77.

Looking west along U.S. Rt. 20 at the western end point.

The western end point.

Eastbound I-129; West of U.S. Rt. 77 to the Nebraska/Iowa State Line, Missouri River.

Looking east along I-129 at the western begin point.

A close-up at the BGS's in the picture above.

A mileage chart on NB U.S. Rt. 75/77.

A junction marker on NB U.S. Rt. 75/77.

A BGS on NB U.S. Rt. 75/77.

EB I-129 in South Sioux City.

EB I-129 just west of the Missouri River.

15 July 2008