U.S. Route 75

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U.S. Route 75 marker

U.S. Route 75
Route information
Length1,239 mi[source?] (1,994 km)
Existed1926[source?]–present
Major junctions
South end I‑345 at Dallas, TX
 
North endCanada–US border at Noyes, MN; Port of Entry closed
Location
StatesTexas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota
Highway system

U.S. Route 75 is a major north–south U.S. Highway. It goes 1,239 miles (1,994 km) in the central United States. The highway's northern endpoint is in Noyes, Minnesota, at the Canada–US border. Its southern endpoint is at Interstate 30 and Interstate 45 in Dallas, where it is called North Central Expressway.[1]

U.S. 75 was a cross-country route. It went from Canada to the Gulf of Mexico at Galveston, Texas. However, the entire part south of Dallas hasn't been used in favor of Interstate 45. That part became Texas State Highway 75.

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