THE IOWA HIGHWAYS PAGE
www.iowahighways.org

A look at the evolution of Iowa's highway system
Online since January 8, 1998
Above: Iowa's welcome sign, photographed along I-80 in Le Claire.

This unofficial site is not affiliated with the Iowa Department of Transportation.

Table of Contents

About this site
Explanation of the route listings, plus a list of the many sources of information that were used to put this site together.

Site updates
What's new or different since your last visit? Find out here!

Route listings:
Interstate highways:
29
35
74
80
129
235
280
380
480
680
US highways (decommissioned routes are in italics):
6
18
20
30
32
34
52
55
59
61
63
65
67
69
71
75
77
136
151
161
163
169
218
275
State highways:
1-9 10-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60-69 70-79 80-89 90-99
100-119 120-139 140-159 160-179 180-199 200-219 220-239 240-259 260-279 280-299
300-319 320-339 340-359 360-379 380-399 400-478 The 900 series

Table of active state highways
Also includes lists of the ten longest and shortest highways.

Local highway pages, showing historical highway alignments in cities:
  • Cedar Rapids
  • Council Bluffs (offsite)
  • Davenport/Bettendorf
  • Des Moines
  • Fort Dodge (offsite)
  • Iowa City
  • Muscatine (offsite)
  • Ottumwa (offsite)
  • Sioux City (offsite)
  • Waterloo/Cedar Falls (offsite)
  • Decommissioning Watch
    List of all highways that the state turned over to local governments in 2003.

    Other pages:

    County Roads
    Deciphers Iowa's alphanumeric county road numbering system.

    Photo Gallery
    Large collection of photographs of Iowa highway signs and scenes.

    Scenic and Historic Routes
    Page about Iowa's scenic byways and other marked "trails", such as the Great River Road and the Mormon Auto Trail.

    Freeway Junctions of the Heartland
    Exit lists for selected freeways in Iowa, Illinois, and Nebraska.

    eXTReMe Tracker
    Click on the icon, courtesy of Extreme Tracking, to see where visitors have been coming from.

    Links
    to other highway pages and Iowa resources.


    © 1997-2012 by Jason Hancock / Last updated September 30, 2012

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