Interstate 680 (Iowa–Nebraska)

Interstate 680 (Iowa–Nebraska)

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Interstate 680 (Iowa–Nebraska)

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Interstate 680 (abbreviated I-680) in Nebraska and Iowa is the northern bypass freeway for the Omaha, Nebraska-Council Bluffs, Iowa metropolitan area. I-680 spans from its western terminus in western Omaha to its eastern terminus near Neola, Iowa. For a stretch, I-680 is co-signed with Interstate 29. Until 1973, the section in Iowa between the current eastern terminus and I-29 was designated as Interstate 80N. I-680 in Omaha was originally designated Interstate 280. Maps from the early and mid-1960s showed I-280 in Omaha. Since this highway would extend into Iowa, and I-280 was already planned for the Quad Cities area, this route was redesignated I-680.

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Interstate 680 begins a complex interchange with Interstate 80 in Omaha. Due to the proximity of the Center Road interchange on I-680 and the I and L Street interchanges on I-80, all of the exit and entrance ramps which connect I-80 to I-680 also connect either Center Road or I and L Streets. Two miles () north of Center Road, which prior to 2003 was Nebraska Highway 38, is a new interchange with U.S. Route 6, known as Dodge Street in Omaha. Another mile north of Dodge Street is Nebraska Highway 64, known as Maple Street.

At Nebraska Highway 133, I-680 turns to the east towards Iowa. South this interchange, I-680 traveled through residential neighborhoods, but to the east, the population thins and the interstate...
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