Interstate 69

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Interstate 69 marker

Interstate 69
Route information
Length: 355.8 mi[2] (572.6 km)
(original route; 1.73 mi (2.78 km) part opened near Evansville, Indiana on September 29, 2009. 42.0 mi[1] (70.0 km) are open in MS and TN)
Existed: 1956 (orig. route completed 1992) – present
Major junctions
Original South end: I-465 / US 31 / US 52 / US 421 in Indianapolis, IN
  I-469 / US 30 in Fort Wayne, IN
I-80 / I-90 near Angola, IN
I-94 near Marshall, MI
I-96 near Lansing, MI
I-75 near Flint, MI
North end: Highway 402 at Canadian border on Blue Water Bridge in Port Huron, MI
Highway system

Main route of the Interstate Highway System
Main • Auxiliary • Business

Interstate 69 is an Interstate Highway in the United States. The main part of it goes from Indianapolis, Indiana north to Port Huron, Michigan at the Canada border. This part of the route is 355.81 miles (572.62 km) long.[2] There are also parts of Interstate 69 in Mississippi and near Evansville, Indiana that are not currently connected to the other part. They will be connected when Interstate 69 is built from Indianapolis southwest to Texas.

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