“Good roads are important for economic growth and public safety,” said Gov. Heineman.
The first group of projects is currently underway. They include: Highway 133 from Blair to Omaha, the Kearney East Bypass, the Wahoo Bypass, I-80 Eastbound 126-96th Street in Omaha, I-80 Westbound-I-480-60th Street in Omaha and I-680 Northbound-Center to Pacific in Omaha.
The second group of projects is planned for fiscal years 2016-2019. These include I-80 NW of Lincoln, Highway 75 from Plattsmouth to Bellevue, the Heartland Expressway - Highway 385 Link 62A to Alliance, Highway 6 southeast of Hastings, Highway 30 from Schuyler to Fremont and a new Highway 75 interchange southeast of Nebraska City.
The third group of projects is planned for fiscal years 2020-2023. These include a south beltway around Lincoln, widening Highway 30 west of Grand Island and Highway 34/75 from Murray to Plattsmouth, a new interchange for I-80 at 24th Street in Omaha and conversion of at-grade intersections to interchanges at US 77 around west Lincoln.