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Interstate 69 (I-69) currently has two discontinuous segments of freeway in the U.S. state of Indiana. The original 157.3-mile-long (253.1 km) highway, completed in November 1971, runs northeasterly from the state capital of Indianapolis, to the city of Fort Wayne, and then proceeds north to the state of Michigan (reaching its capital city, Lansing and beyond). This original section is also known as Segment of Independent Utility (SIU) 1 in the national plan for expansion of I-69.
At present, the 134-mile (216 km) segment in Southwest Indiana temporarily begins at the interchange with U.S. Highway 41 (US 41) and Veterans Memorial Parkway in Evansville and as of 18 September 2018 temporarily ends just south of State Road 39 (SR 39) near Martinsville. Between I-64 and Bloomington four new terrain sections have opened in phases in 2009, 2012, and 2015 as part of the planned national extension of I-69 southwest from Indianapolis via Paducah, Memphis, Shreveport, and Houston to the international border with Mexico in Texas. The portion of I-69 between US 41 and I-64 is also known as the Robert D. Orr Highway and originally was designated I-164....
Highway I-69 runs South to North with exit numbers starting at the southern most exit of each state or province.
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