Continuing from I-480, U.S. 75 (Kennedy Freeway) arcs through the Highland Park community, next meeting L Street.
The ramps from I-80 form a distributor roadway along the Kennedy Freeway southbound to the F Street off-ramp. Access from U.S. 75 was removed to eliminate weaving traffic during 2008/09 construction.
Four lanes lead south along U.S. 75 from F Street to the diamond interchange with U.S. 275/N-92 (L Street)>
The freeway portion of U.S. 75 used to end where it converged with Fort Crook Road. Upgrades along the ensuing stretch south included the removal of the wye interchange with Fort Crook Road (old U.S. 73/75).
The signalized intersection with Normandy Boulevard was eliminated. A frontage road was added along the east side of U.S. 75 connecting the Normandy Hills neighborhood with an extension of Fort Crook Road.
A diamond interchange was constructed in place of the traffic light joining U.S. 75 south with U.S. 34 east to Glenwood, Iowa.
U.S. 34 was realigned northward from Plattsmouth onto a four lane expressway and bridge across the Missouri River leading east from U.S. 75 at Hidden Valley Drive to Interstate 29/U.S. 275 near Pacific Junction, Iowa.
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Page Updated 02-14-2020.