Roads of the Mid-South & West > Highways of the State of South Dakota > Interstate 29, South Dakota
Interstate 29 runs north-south through Eastern South Dakota. This is the main highway in this part of the state. In South Dakota, this has several spurs. Ranging from a loop interstate, business loops, and a downtown spur. I-29 enters South Dakota from Iowa at North Sioux City. It enters from North Dakota, near Victor.
While in South Dakota, I-29 is multi-plexed several times.
I-29 is multi-plexed with...
...U.S. Rt. 18, near Worthing.
...U.S. Rt. 81, from M.P. 180, near Watertown, to the North Dakota/South Dakota State Line.
Interstate 29 crosses the following interstates in South Dakota.
Interstate 229, at Sioux Falls.
The 2 mile sign for the I-229 interchange.
BGS on NB I-29 near I-229.
NB I-29 at I-229.
Interstate 90, at Sioux Falls.
The first BGS for I-90 on NB I-29.
BGS's on NB I-29 near I-90.
NB I-29 at I-90.
Branches of I-29 in South Dakota.
NB I-29 at North Sioux City.
NB I-29 near Jefferson.
NB I-29 north of Elk Point.
NB I-29 in Northern Union County.
NB I-29 near Tea.
A guide marker on WB Lincoln County Highway 106 (Exit 73).
SB I-29 south of SD St Rt 38.
A set of guild markers at Joe Foss Field in Sioux Falls.
Sioux Falls Road Work; April, 2004
Motorist warning signs on NB I-29 for the work zone.
SB I-29 near Russell Street.
SB I-29 near M.P. 81.
SB I-29 in the work zone near Madison. Usually isn't all the overpass taken all the way down?
25 July 2009