Interstate Highways

US Numbered Highways

State Highways

State Link and Spur Highways

Nebraska Termini

Nebraska Trips

Nebraska Photos



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Nebraska Roads
Nebraska's highways, byways, roads, and more!


Genuine Nebraska - America's Frontier

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Concrete Lancaster county line marker erected in the 1920s to designate the O-L-D (Omaha-Lincoln-Denver) Highway. In the 80 years since, this road has also been the D-L-D (Detroit-Lincoln-Denver) Highway; US 38; and since 1931, US 6.

This site is your one-stop source for unoffical information about the past, present and future of Nebraska's highways and byways.

Table of Contents
Interstate Highways: Nebraska's Interstate system extends for about 480 miles throughout Nebraska.
US Highways: The original national route system, the US shield has been around since 1926.
State Highways: The bulk of Nebraska's road system, state highways extend to every nook, cranny, and corner of Nebraska. (Coming "soon": Nebraska highway histories)
State Link/Spur Routes: Nebraska's other highway system. While Nebraska has neither a secondary highway system nor a county road numbering/signing system, it does have links, spurs and the elusive recreation roads. Learn more about the method behind the madness here.
Nebraska Termini: Endpoints for Nebraska Interstate, US, state, and link/spur highways.
Nebraska Trips: Ah, the roadtrip. I've been to almost every corner of Nebraska, and you're invited along for the ride.
Nebraska Photos: I've taken many pictures of Nebraska during my life, and you can find them here.
What's New: Check here for the latest news, updates, and corrections on this site.
Acknowledgments and Links: This site would not as possible (or as informative, at the very least) without the contributions of the people listed here. Also, links to other sites that are related to this one some way or another.
Legend: Conventions and terminology used on this site.

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Last Modified 11/29/2004